Earlier today, I decided to head down to my local AD as I knew they had two of the most wearable and most affordable Greubel Forsey watches ever made. The Signature 1 in stainless steel measures 41.4mm in diameter and 11.7mm in height while the more recen
Some of the main things to consider there are the ratio of production output to employees of the brand, cost of materials/facilities/equipment, level of finishing, and complication. Greubel Forsey for example produces about 100 watches per year with 100 e
An independent watchmaker is put on a pedestal because of what he creates and not because of what he can repair. If collectors are to repose greater faith in these creations and part with their large sums of money to obtain those creations, the service is
All at the same time!!! A Roger Smith Series 2, a Vianney Halter Classic and a Greubel Forsey double balanceier...wow, what a day, the stars aligned on a massive trade; timing and patience is everything! I’ve never owned any of these brands but have saliv
The MB&F movements are well finished with black polish and anglage, where Urwerks look more machine finished. MB&F even gives you a custom box that's specific to the model, there was a post on this a while ago if you want to search for it. But for
and to consider the MB$F perpetual and the De Bethune tool watches is pretty next level too I have been happy for many years with a JLC Master Hometime on the steel bracelet for that purpose but I assume that is not what you are going for... How about the
Watch Of The Week Hello friends, Happy Halloween to everyone that joined us for WristScan this weekend. Watch Of The Week for Halloween Firstly, a very special mention to Holdenchamp for sharing with us his epic Greubel Forsey. Far to good to be taken by
I pulled the plug on this one.. It fits really nicely and very comfortable and light on my 6.4 in wrist. I love the 30 degree balance wheel My only gripe would be the seconds hand should be a bit bigger.. Very nice packaging in the box too.