Gefica

    The Gefica’s unique look was inspired by an African safari adventure and has a modern Art Deco twist. Its 46.5-mm case is crafted from bronze and titanium and gives the Gefica its nonreflective properties, perfect for the big-game hunter. This statement-making timepiece features Gèrald Genta’s signature jumping hours, a retrograde minute indicator, and a retrograde calendar indicator. Inside Information: The name Gefica comes from the people who were on a safari with Genta when he came up with the idea for the watch.

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