GEVENA WATCH DAYS 2021 and more: On the rise of individuality, the consequences of success and moral hazards. Insights, Snaphots & Thoughts
With the new Régulateur Squelette (calibre FB-T.FC-RS) Ferdinand Berthoud introduced a strategy to limit by movement. At Geneva Watch Days 2021, we sat together with them and now want to share insights collected and some snapshots taken, plus our first impressions/thoughts.
The one (and only!?) big watch industry show – Watches & Wonders 2021 – has just concluded. ‘the eclecticum’ considered what we saw, and there’s a few noteworthy developments to share – on a meta level
For the International Women’s Day we highlight women in watchmaking – the glorious and the not so glorious aspects
The results of the Fleuritest chronometry test cycles for the new Ferdinand Berthoud FB 2RE show impressive chronometric capabilities
Realising a stainless-steel, luxury sports watch brought many ‘firsts’ which were tackled in their typical, thorough approach – here’s our insights on the long road to the new A. Lange & Söhne Odysseus
Geneva Watch Days 2020: a first and (probably) a last – warm atmosphere, good spirit and lots of interesting watches to see
Third time’s a charm: three column wheels, three clutches – and three iterations to perfect it
Hand Made – that’s one of the real complications in watchmaking of today, isn’t it?