A collection of hundreds of parts, appearing to be chaotic but are actually working in perfect harmony. That’s the real truth on this latest masterpiece from Grieb & Benzinger. The Blue Whirlwind, a tourbillon with a minute repeater, is one of the most complex mechanical watches ever. Powered by a rare Patek Philippe calibre, it has a total of 336 parts, each one detailed meticulously by the artisans of Grieb & Benzinger. It’s housed in a 43mm platinum case, and the watch sports all the hallmarks of G&B, like the skeletonized dial, guilloche and manual engravings. Time to unload some coin from the savings and get this truly one-of-a-kind timepiece. $850,000.
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