Baselworld 2015: Live photos Impressions Interesting watches Day 1.1

Mar 20, 2015,23:12 PM
 

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Here are live photos impressions of intereting watches from Baselworld 2015 Day 1.1.
They may be less well known then Rolex, Patek Philippe, Omega or Chopard that dominate the news but caught my eye.

They maybe important. Watches for the brand or collector.






Hamilton Ventura Elvis Edition but now with automatic movement and a bigger case.






Tutima Minute Repeater!







Breguet has a 10 year anniversary of the Heritage watch this year.







Milus automatic watch for ladies in steel but gem set.




Flexible lugs pivot widely but still gem set.







First time Girard Perregaux issues a tourbillon (and a triple axis at that) with a sonnerie function!











Its Hublot...what can you say?! smile





This Hublot Magic Gold version made me say, "Wow!"
I don't say that often.










Perrelet celebrates an anniversary of the double rotor winding system




Double rotor automatic skeletonised.
Other rotor attheback.
Both wind in opposite directions with two ratchet systems giving better winding efficiency.







Moritz Grossmann issues new dress watch for men and women.
Rearranged 3rd wheel for better view of balance.






QLOCK TWO 






Read the Time







All the smart watch that you ever need

German programming of standardschip.


Regards,
MTF

This message has been edited by MTF on 2015-03-21 03:00:43


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Are you sure it is a first for GP? The combination tourbillon / Minute Repater ...

 
 By: amanico : March 20th, 2015-23:59
Already existed in the Opera One an Two. Best, Nicolas

I just "repeat" what the engineer said

 
 By: MTF : March 21st, 2015-00:04
Maybe he meant triple axis tourbillon? Let's wait..". MTF

Yes, I would be curious to see what he means because...

 
 By: amanico : March 21st, 2015-00:09
For me, this is not a triple axis tourbillon: ...  

About the GP Tourbillon....

 
 By: blomman Mr Blue : March 21st, 2015-01:14
Great shots! Thank you for sharing with us here. I will go next week, really looking forward to see this one in real! :) About the GP Tourbillon - if I understand correctly, this is the first time of having Bridges, Tourbillon AND Minute Repeater visible ... 

Not so sure...

 
 By: amanico : March 21st, 2015-01:18
Look at this Opera One... Am I missing something? Best, Nicolas ...  

Maybe you missed something

 
 By: MTF : March 21st, 2015-01:22
We wait to see .... I did not get a marketing guy ... it was straight from an engineer ! Surely, papa knows his babies? MTF

Yes, but the Opera One do not have....

 
 By: blomman Mr Blue : March 21st, 2015-01:54
The strkking mechanism on the front of the movement. Even if you see them from the dial side tehy are infact located on the back of the movement... Best Blomman

What he said about a G-P 1st

 
 By: MTF : March 21st, 2015-01:20
Yes: First time for G-P Triple Bridge Tourbillon and Sonnerie watch Not triple AXIS :-) Regards Melvyn

A Tri-axis with MR?! :)

 
 By: blomman Mr Blue : March 21st, 2015-01:55
Yes, that would really be something special! :) Best Blomman

SONNERIE AS IN SONNERIE EN PASSANT.!?

 
 By: ThomasM : March 21st, 2015-08:03
or just a chiming watch, ie repetition sur demand?

GP golden bridge pics

 
 By: iceheller : March 23rd, 2015-00:45
Well, not sure the GP pics played trick with my eyes or what. But I only see two golden bridges and the tourby looks only single axis but seen to be floating on some geartrain which make it looks more than one axis. But frankly, most of us just want to se... 

GP bridge

 
 By: iceheller : March 23rd, 2015-00:56
So the third one is on back of the tourby. Thanks you SIR for highlighting it out. Cheers.

My pleasure. But I doubt this is the way we have to count.

 
 By: amanico : March 23rd, 2015-01:04
To me, a Three Bridges configuration is on the dial side only. Best, Nicolas