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Hands on review of the Genus GNS 1

so with that said, this watch (to my eyes) can be summed up in a single word… junk! Why do I say that, and without any reservation whatsoever? The price is an utter joke. The movement used and finishing is so far removed from the price being demanded that
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By: foversta
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Boron
1528

Ulysse Nardin Royal Blue Tourbillon. Another dream piece.

41 mm platinum case. Christophe Claret was involved in the creation of the movement. And a superb creation playing with transparency, light, colors. Not a fan of Tourbillons, but here, this is a very notable exception. A dream watch, for me. Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Is anyone planning on going to the Watchtime Los Angeles show? KV, FPJ, ALS, Romain Gauthier, and others will be there.

Just found out about this show from ABTW... Has anyone gone to the New York one? I really want to see KV 28ti and the new De Bethune diver... It's on May 3-4. Also it looks like Saturday tickets are only $10 with the code ABTW... () Full brand list pulled
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By: Nietzsche_Darko
1
Nietzsche_Darko
478

McGonigle Watches - Interview with Stephen McGonigle.

My guess is that not many of you are reading the Irish Times regularly as I am, however I have no doubt many of you are familiar with McGonigle Watches. This is a piece / interview with Stephen in a regular column for the paper which chronicles the everyd
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By: Jay (Eire)
8
Jay (Eire)
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**LONDON** final stop for the Watchmakers "The Masters of Art Horology" Exhibition - June 18-26, 2018

Waste of time? Hmm, that was pretty much the opposite of my take. It was fantastic! For one, the fact that it is not crowded is a plus. Each watch/grouping of watch is in a case and the cases are arranged in such a way that you can see both all the angles
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By: AnthonyTsai
5
galt
897

PANEL DISCUSSION at The Masters of Art Horology London Exhibition 20th June 2018

As per the announcement, the Watchmakers "The Masters of Art Horology" Exhibition [CLICK] started its run in London from 18 - 26 June 2018. As media partners, PuristSPro was there to check it out. PuristS Ludovic Ballouard and Alex Ghotbi Claudio Proietti
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By: MTF
13
patrick_y
1936

**LONDON** final stop for the Watchmakers "The Masters of Art Horology" Exhibition - June 18-26, 2018

benlee338, I'm sorry for your experience but to be clear, this is not a commercial showcase. A reference book about Independent watchmakers was also produced. It is an exhibition of horological art by independent watchmakers. The world tour pulled togethe
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By: AnthonyTsai
5
galt
897

Maîtres du Temps chapter two or three?

Steven Holtzman is a genuine enthusiast who in 2005 had the idea of bringing master watchmakers together as a team to create a watch. The first collection was ready in 2007, Chapter 1 with a Tourbillon mono-pusher chronograph movement. Eventually, this mo
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By: SBS-purists
5
NickO
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Independent Watchmakers' Exhibition in Hong Kong

By accident, I attended the Independent Watchmakers' Exhibition in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Hong Kong. There was a discussion forum moderated by SJX, and the works of the following master watch makers were presented: Hajime Asaoka, Laurent Ferrier,
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By: riversidebird / henry
6
riversidebird
1502

Heads-Up! Independent Watchmaking Exhibition in Rome, New York, Hong Kong, London

The "Watchmakers - The Masters of Art Horology" traveling exhibition will be opening this week in Rome. This exhibition concieved by Claudio Proietti of the Maxima Gallery in Rome will be showing watches of many of todays most important independent watchm
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By: DonCorson
9
benlee338
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