Thank you for this wonderful sharing
Really enjoyed it.
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A true discovery: My visit to Beat Haldimann
My first encounter with Beat Haldimann was at the AHCI booth at Basel sometime in 2001 or 2002. I was subjugated by his H1 Flying Central Tourbillon with its mesmerizing dance on the centre of the dial. A very discreet watchmaker, Haldimann set up his wor...
One word - superb!
Thank you so much for this treat. An amazing article all around. Cordially D
I was fortunate to meet Beat
at Basel in March but he did not speak much English unfortunately. Your brilliant and informative article has given me lots of information of this exclusive brand. I am always impressed when I read about watchmakers of this genre which many may not know t...
Amazing well focused photo!
The watch actually looks great but I have a strange feeling that it is larger than 39mm. Do the lugs wrap around your wrist or do the stick out (Breguet style)?
Thank you for taking us to experience Beat Haldimann
Those are indeed stunning pieces!!!
Thanks Alex - really wonderful to get this glimpse into how I wish more watchmaking was done! There is a sense of honesty in what Haldimann is doing which I really appreciate. Best E.
Thank you so much
For this in-depth tour. The most interesting part to me is his collection of binders of patents. Wow! Thank you again, Brandon
And one more thanks for the report!
Always have liked the center tourbillon very much! Nice to get some more background. And I had no idea there were watches made under the name of Haldimann since such a long time already! Best, HGL