A group of watch connoisseurs driven by passion and enthusiasm to develop and acquire a unique mechanical timepiece that echoes their collective passion to excellence and Haute Horologie. Maison 1505 an ode to the year when the first mechanical clock was
Or two, as the front is as nice as the back side. For me, this HM 11 achieves three challenges: - A thin automatic movement, - A minute repeater which sounds very well, - A superb automatic movement. Best, Nicolas
I am particularly happy to see that there is a big proportion of Indies in the winners, and most of them are well known by us here. Because we are in the Indies Forum here, we'll concentrate on this segment and leave others announce the other winners even
Over the past century, watchmakers of Glashütte have tirelessly refined the Flying Tourbillon until it reached its most beautiful, filigree and efficient current shape. This featherweight, yet immensely complex assembly of hand-finished components places
I wrote an article on the Master Grande Tradition Grande Complication 2020 Edition, some months ago. Here is the link to the thread: I was impatient to see it in the real life, to judge the benefits of the new case and the sound of this watch. Without su
Just unveiled: the Alfred Helwig Tourbillon 1920 - Limited Edition 2020 is the 100th anniversary of one of the most sophisticated inventions of haute horlogerie: the development of the Flying Tourbillon by Glashütte master watchmaker Alfred Helwig. In his
Sorry I am a few days behind on this release guys. These 2 new models feature a sand blasted titanium case with sand blasted grey ceramic bezels. If I could fetch enough for a kidney, I would go for the blue.
The following is WatchProSite Moderator Patrick_y's personal thoughts. Okay! Boxes! Specifically the original watch boxes some watches come with when they leave the factory. I'm not referring to aftermarket boxes like Scatola Del Tempo. I'm a big fan of b