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It is difficult to describe the new IWC Aquatimer Replica watch as their most ambitious, because it seems that they are incapable of making anything safe or conventional. A GF mashup? Robert Greubel, Stephen Forsey, and their second Fundamental Invention, Quadruple Tourbillon, have married their solution to the GMT with their three-dimensional, 3-D take on the GMT. This solves the problem of "four tourbillons orbiting Earth".

The GMT is a dream timepiece for jetsetters. It displays three timezones and a universal time function. This is a great timepiece for international flight, which is now a common occurrence. The company's specialty,IWC Aquatimer Replica regardless of other complications or devices, is the tourbillon. Invented by Abraham-Louis Breguet more than 200 years ago, it eliminates the gravity effects on a watch’s timekeeping.

The solution was to place the watch's regulating organ, its balance wheel, hairspring and escapement within a rotating cage. This assembly would turn on its own axis and complete the revolution in one minute. The elements that are subject to gravity would experience constant changing positions, which would average out the timing variations.

Robert Greubel, Stephen Forsey and Stephen Forsey have made it their life's work to "re-imagine" the tourbillon principle. This led to their first three Fundamental Innovations,u-boat replica the Double Tourbillon (30deg), the Quadruple Tourbillon ((2005), and the Tourbillon 24 Secondes (2006). They have combined their second invention with a multi-timezone display in the GMT Quadruple Tourbillon.

Greubel, Forsey and others further refined the concept of the tourbillon. They believe that the more positions that the regulating organ takes, the more accurate the timekeeping. Although a spherical differential was invented, coupling four tourbillons together would have been difficult, especially within the constraints of a wristwatch.