State-of-the-art materials continue their conquest of the watch industry. The lighter, harder and self-lubricating metals and ceramics of the future are already here.
For decades, the Geneva-based brand has served as the gold standard, the ultimate benchmark on the flourishing Fine Watchmaking scene. It is thus with
Mobile, animated, programmed : automaton-type figures represent a field of their own in the watchmaking industry. From the simplest to the most complex, they
Glasses, cases, bridges and more besides : sapphire finds its way into the entire spectrum of watchmaking functions. This costly yet high-performance material also
While we have for 20 years been familiar with the distinctive structure of German watch movements and their identity featuring specific and fascinating finishing,
Suspended between two layers of empty space, a whole new generation of movements has – apparently – begun levitating. Optical illusion, magic, transparency effects
Despite their sometimes deceptive appearance, watches are never truly symmetrical. Subtle shifts and disruptions in their geometrical rhythms infuse them with a dynamic touch
Urban Jürgensen has a fascinating, long, uninterrupted and authentic history. While the brand has changed owners several times in the past decades, neither its
The mechanical similarities between cars and watches forge a natural bond between the two worlds. These ties are deeper and more fascinating than mere
The J12 has been enjoying ongoing success for the past 16 years and the arrival of the Monsieur de Chanel watch may well confirm
A real precision-timing powerhouse, the RM031 Haute Performance features two balance-springs among its other technical solutions.
The Millenary Quadriennium uses the Audemars Piguet escapement and
The Aquatimer Chronograph Edition “Charles Darwin Expedition” by IWC features a biocompatible titanium caseback.
Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special : bronze also serves to create