Grieb and Benzinger have a knack for building very exclusive and rare timepieces. So when the makers of the fine timepieces unveiled the Blue Whirlwind masterpiece, you can, without doubt, guess that it’s got something special about it that makes it a Grieb and Benzinger watch. Based on a Patek Phillippe tourbillon movement, the watch presents the world’s first tourbillon that is visible. With 336 individual components, this masterpiece was fully skeletonized, guilloche, and engraved by hand to give it a Grieb and Benzinger persona. The gear wheels, too, feature the interlaced ribbons guilloche and the 12 finely guilloche bridges and cocks coated with rhodium and rose gold.
Coated in signature blue platinum, this $850,000 watch comes in a superb 43mm solid platinum casing that will go onto the wrist of only one single gentleman from across the world that would be willing to pay up this exorbitant amount for not just a watch but also a piece of art.