The Gérald Genta Arena QP GMT features a (45 mm x 13.9 mm) titanium case topped with a platinum bezel. The contrast of the brilliant platinum and matte titanium looks really good in person. At first glance, this watch looks a lot like a chronograph, but there are actually four sundials that display GMT and perpetual calendar functions. These subdials are part of the sophisticated multi-layered dial, that consists of black and silver brass and a perforated red base.

If you take a closer look at the perforations in the dial, you will see parts of the exclusive Gérald Genta Potter finished movement. On the back, the Automatic Caliber GG7044 movement and solid gold rotor are visible through the sapphire caseback.

There are two versions available (titanium/platinum) $71,600 and (white gold/platinum) $92,050, a red alligator skin band with folding clasp comes with both versions.

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