The Quantieme Perpetuel Nebula GMT is a true masterpiece of sophisticated construction and miniaturization, based on the meticulous research to come up with a successful combination of innovative materials and unique technical characteristics.
Due to the intrinsic mechanical complexity of the movement, the Quantieme Perpetuel Nebula GMT takes into account the varying durations of every month, whether it is 31-, 30- or 28-day long, as well as the leap-year cycle and February 29th.
The calendar information is clearly displayed via originally positioned sub-dials. In a clockwise direction, the sub-dials respectively show the day of the week, the 24-hour graduated GMT indication (along with a central red dual time-zone pointer), leap years, months and the day of the month along with the calendar display.
The split-level dial touches imagination by its mother-of-pearl moon and the night sky crafted from Goldfluss. This material represents synthetic glass, produced from copper, implying an ancient process of firing in the kiln. It was discovered in Venice in the 17th century, having given rise to the famous Murano glass.
The case of the Nebula watch, 43 mm in diameter, is crafted from original combination of gold, titanium and ceramics. The case construction incorporates a notched bezel, a signature feature of the brand, now featuring 12 indentations. The sapphire crystal case-back allows to drop a glance at the sophisticated movement in operation. The timepiece boasts 30-meter water resistance.
The Quantieme Perpetuel Nebula GMT has been created in two versions. The first version features a white gold case with titanium middle and ceramic inserts, and a grey lower dial section. The second version is distinguished by a rose and white gold case with titanium middle and ceramic inserts, and an anthracite lower dial section. Both versions reveal the 'Cotes de Geneve' motif.
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