Independent watchmaking

Hands-On with the Hajime Asaoka Chronograph – a Classical Chronograph Constructed and Built by One Man

An accomplishment few other companies, let alone individual watchmakers, have notched up.

Greubel Forsey Introduces the Balancier, with Time, Power Reserve and a Really Big Balance

A simple wristwatch with elaborate finishing, and hints of the brand's tourbillons in its design.

H. Moser & Cie. Introduces Entry-Level Sports Watch in Steel

Powered by the new HMC 200 movement, which is also offered in four new 18k gold models.

Romain Gauthier Introduces Highly Finished, Time-Only Insight Micro-Rotor

Featuring a fired enamel sub-dials, a conventional crown, and a three-day power reserve.

Introducing the MCT Dōdekal One D110 with Mechanical Digital Display

The hours are indicated by a nine-segment digital display that's entirely mechanical.

Hands-On with the F.P. Journe Octa Havana Dial

F.P. Journe's self-winding wristwatches get a coffee coloured dial that has a tropical flavour.

Russian Horological Humour with the Konstantin Chaykin Joker

A comical face that tells the time as well as the phase of the moon.

Lang & Heyne Introduces the Georg Wristwatch with Newly Developed Rectangular Movement

The Calibre VIII is open-worked, with narrow steel cocks for the gear train.

Introducing the De Bethune DB28 Kind of Blue Tourbillon Meteorite

A one of a kind wristwatch with a gold-studded meteorite dial and blued titanium case.


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