An iconic model since the expedition of the adventurer Matthieu Tordeur to Antarctica, the Concordia GMT, with its dual time zones, is a true tool watch for modern adventurers traveling the world. Designed and assembled in France, equipped with the Swiss Soprod C125 caliber and water-resistant to 300m, the Concordia GMT is our sportiest timepiece while remaining true to our signature modern elegance. With its silhouette that strikes a perfect balance between strength and refinement, dynamism and balance, this timepiece has been designed to accompany a new generation of urban adventurers in all circumstances. With its high-quality materials and perfectly legible dial, even in the dark, this mechanical automatic watch with a 40-hour power reserve will accompany you for many years to come.
In 2018, we developed the CONCORDIA to meet the specifications of adventurer Matthieu Tordeur's expedition to Antarctica. He crossed Antarctica in total autonomy over a distance of almost 1,150km. An exceptional struggle that lasted 51 days in temperatures as low as -37 degrees. During this adventure, Matthieu Tordeur wore an ironclad watch: the CONCORDIA.
A world record: Matthieu Tordeur became the first Frenchman and the youngest explorer to ski from the coast of the Antarctic continent (Hercules Inlet) to the South Pole. That's 1,150 km solo, unassisted, and totally autonomous.
The first GMT watches were developed in the 60s for aviation, to enable pilots to read two time zones at a glance on the watch face. The GMT watch has since become a design icon for watch enthusiasts and frequent travelers alike.