Grand Sport Tourbillon


175,000 CHF

For Laurent Ferrier and François Servanin, driving at dawn on the 24-hour track was an experience like no other. Inspired by the thrills of motor racing and the pursuit of excellence, this watch features a stunning salmon-pink dial that captures the breathtaking beauty of the sky at sunrise. The architecture of the Grand Sport case in titanium evokes the elegant, timeless curves of racing cars. The double-balance-spring tourbillon carriage of the LF619.01 calibre, visible through the sapphire crystal case back, is worthy of the most efficient motor engines. 

Indications: Hours, minutes, small seconds at 6 o'clock
Material: Gradient salmon-pink opaline 
Indices: Drop-shaped, 18k white gold 210Pd ruthenium treated, white Super-LumiNova
Hour and minute hands: Assegai-shaped, 18k white gold 210Pd ruthenium treated, white Super-LumiNova
Second hand: Baton-shaped, 18k white gold 210Pd ruthenium treated


Material: Grade 5 titanium
Diameter: 44 mm
Thickness: 13.40 mm
Water resistance: 
100 m - 10 ATM


. Manual winding calibre LF619.01
. Tourbillon with double balance spring
. "Swiss" lever escapement
. Horizontal satin-brushed bridges with a ruthenium treatment 
Diameter: 14’’’ = 31.60 mm
Thickness: 5.57 mm
Number of components: 188
Number of jewels: 23
Frequency: 21,600 vph (3Hz)
Power reserve: 80 hours


Material: Grade 5 titanium integrated bracelet, 3 links
Buckle/Clasp: Folding clasp in grade 5 titanium

Calibre LF619.01

The Grand Sport case is driven by the exclusive in-house movement developed, assembled and adjusted by Laurent Ferrier and which forged his reputation as an exceptional watchmaker. This calibre features a tourbillon device based on the principle introduced by Abraham-Louis Breguet in 1801, and complemented for the first time by a double hairspring. The major advantage of this construction is its ability to keep the balance centred on its axis, while compensating for the effects of gravity and thereby guaranteeing the extreme reliability of the rating system.

Manual winding

Tourbillon double hairspring

80-hour power reserve

Detailed capture of the Grand Sport Tourbillon movement from the side LF 619.01 highly hand finished and assembled in Geneva Switzerland.