Limited Edition: Lorier X GCW
Limited Edition: Lorier X GCW
Limited Edition: Lorier X GCW
Limited Edition: Lorier X GCW
Limited Edition: Lorier X GCW
Limited Edition: Lorier X GCW
Limited Edition: Lorier X GCW

Limited Edition: Lorier X GCW

Brand: Lorier
Model Name: Limited Edition: Lorier X GCW
Nickname: LORIER X GCW | One of 99

Year: 2022
Dial: Unique celestial blue guilloché dial
Crystal: Sapphire crystal with 7-layer anti-reflective coating on inner side
Case Size: 31mm - (similar fit to a round 35mm)
Band: Included: 2 quick-release leather straps
Material: 316L marine-grade stainless steel case
Movement: Miyota 9029 automatic movement (no-date), 28800 bph
Water Resistant: Yes

Status: New
Box and Papers: Yes

$499 Join Waitlist Now

About the Watch

Email centralwatchrepair@gmail.com with your contact information to join our wait list. Watches will be sold on a first come first serve basis and will not be re-released. Grand Central Watch customers will have pre-order privileges for this limited edition piece. Reserve yours today!

It’s the watch we’ve all been waiting for.  Longtime collaborators Lorier and Grand Central Watch are thrilled to release the special Grand Central Watch edition Zephyr.  This limited production piece combines Lorier’s mechanical excellence and art-deco influenced designs with the aesthetic inspiration of the celestial starscape ceiling of Grand Central Terminal.  This quintessential New York location has been home to the iconic watch business Grand Central Watch for 70 years.  Do not miss this opportunity to celebrate both the history and the future of master watchmaking and New York City. 

 

KEY DESIGN FEATURES

 

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

Grand Central Terminal’s ceiling was originally supposed to be a skylight, but time and money were in short supply so architect Whitney Warren asked his friend, French artist Paul Helleu, to create an affordable alternative. Helleu designed the landmark painted ceiling with the oversight of a Columbia University Astronomer. The ceiling we see in Grand Central Terminal today is actually a replica of the original one as water damage has required extensive restoration throughout its history.