excellent review. Like you I have been a Silberstein fan for quite some time but
never owned one of his original pieces. Pulled the trigger on the black dial version of this late last year and wear it with great pleasure.
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Louis Erard x Alain Silberstein Regulator: An Owner’s Review
I had been searching for the right Alain Silberstein vintage piece for a while. (Unfortunately, his company, La Fabriqué de Besançon S.A., which started around his kitchen table in 1986, ended in 2012). If you have hunted for Silberstein pieces, you under...
The watchmaker I regularly use, Jacques, has become very picky about what he works on. I have a LIP that I love with an old Durowe caliber, but am wondering where in the world will I find someone to service it. Maybe I just need a new watchmaker... I do l...
Thanks for this very good review of a very interesting watch.
This Louis Erard is a rat of youth, freshness, originality and somehow of madness, too. I see it as a witness or a reminder of something we should never forget: the child in us. That's for the youth, the freshness and the madness. And we don't see many re...
Thank you, Nicolas
I think the fact that Louis Erard makes their own regulator module is the difference. In the video on their website, you can see a watchmaker at Louis Erard lay a dial on top of a movement and see just how much bigger the dial is.
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On Monday morning setting: Thanks for this review. I too had a Louis Erard on order, but a combination of circumstances made me step back and let it go to another enthusiast (such as having multiple Silberstein watches already). My biggest worry is not se...
LOL! I would worry too...
in particular because I would probbably need the socket wrench to wind the triangular crown. Thanks Cazalea, your posts and Foversta's posts were the ones that led me to Alain Silberstein.
I am sorry I missed this one. By the time I knew about it, it was sold out Enjoy!