This watch from master watch designer (and maker) Gerald Genta
looks like a really high class art deco gambling table right? This is the Octo (for the type of case) Sunray Tourbillon, and boy does it shine. The combination of industrial design with luxury appointments makes it the Gerald Genta flagship watch of 2009 (at least so far). While it seems larger, the 42.5mm wide yellow gold case holds the caliber GG9051 tourbillon movement (with a power reserve of 64) hours. This gold look is not the only version of the Sunray watch available. There is also a tri-composite, platinum, or gold with tantalum insert case available. The latter actually has a white gold and red laquer dial that should look great. The alligator strap is very wide between the lugs, and the entire look of this watch is quite 'regal' if I may use the term. Don't miss the fact that the dial has retrograde hours (that jumps over the tourbillon as to not hinder the view), with a standard minute hand. Price will certainly be at least around $80,000.
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