A Watch for Safari Hunters
This unconventional detail was suggested by the African tribal art featuring the similar body painting on bronzed skin and geometrical shapes.The dial of the Gefica Safari, revealing the brand's distinctive jumping and retrograde displays, is an unforeseen composition of shape and structure. At 12 o'clock there is a jumping-hours aperture. The upper part of the dial sports a retrograde minute display, while a retrograde date display is found in the lower part. The Gerald Genta Gefica Safari is powered by an automatic movement beating at 28800 vibrations per hour. It offers a 45-hour power reserve. The brand's specialists have based the movement on a Girard-Perregaux 3100. The timepiece goes on a hand-sewn alligator leather strap with titanium triple folding clasp.They were struck by the idea of developing a timepiece for hunters. The company wanted to produce an avant-garde haute horlogerie watch with the bezel edge shaped to remind the rim of a volcano crater. You will also notice the twin rows of titanium beads on the middle of the case and the crown.