“It’s not really a sport watch,” says Greubel Forsey co-founder Stephen Forsey as he shared a sneak preview of the lovely new Greubel Forsey GMT Sport timepiece with me. “It does have ‘Sport’ in the name,” I commented… Indeed, the half-million-dollar super-luxury watch is not intended for vigorous sport activities but, apparently, if you are very wealthy on land you also need to be very wealthy underwater. High-end watches are addictive, so it makes sense that the wearer of a fine timepiece also wants to be able to go swimming with it. Whether or not this logic applies to you, it is the stated reason Greubel Forsey decided to make yet another watch for short sleeves, and one that you can take into the pool.
Water resistant to 100 meters, and with a brand new style of titanium case, the Greubel Forsey GMT Sport is the answer to an even more comfortable daily wear. One can’t help but feel that, while the GMT Sport isn’t visually similar to a Richard Mille watch, it is certainly a respon..