A token for the *other* side of Hublot’s recent story: the Classic Fusion Flying Tourbillon of 2006

Photographer Guy Lucas de Peslouan shares his images on the Cabestan ´Winch Tourbillon Vertical` vertical tourbillon with constant force delivered by the fusée-and-chain

A watch at the apex of an eminent manufacturer, the Patek Philippe 5004A Split-Seconds Perpetual Calendar Chronograph is as eclectic as it is miraculous

Photographer Guy Lucas de Peslouan shares his images on the Hajime Asaoka Project T Tourbillon, a masterpiece with Art Deco elements and sophisticated technical solutions

Photographer Guy Lucas de Peslouan shares his images and thoughts on the Jean Daniel Nicolas 2-Minute Tourbillon, a masterpiece conceived & made by Daniel Roth

… if only the Vacheron Constantin Historiques Aronde 1954 was as pure as I (then) wished it to be …

Fine German watchmaking and classical sailing boats meet at the Berliner Yacht Club – one of the oldest sailing clubs of Germany. GO SeaQ and SeaQ Panorama Date right in the middle.

Photographer Guy Lucas de Peslouan shares his images and thoughts on C3H5N3O9’s Experiment ZR012 Nitro – a collaborative watch with a display based on a Wankel engine’s epitrochoid ‘piston’

Some ultra-fine simple timepieces irrestably burst of watchmaking content, and the Roger Dubuis Hommage ‘Condottieri’ is certainly one of them

Three “Homage to F. A. Lange” novelties featuring special movement decorations and dials dedicated to Ferdinand Adolph Lange. 175 years ago, he opened his first workshop in Glashütte, thus laying the cornerstone for the Saxonian art of watchmaking