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The horological mechanics put ‘time – at your service!’ with a clever use of planetary gear systems, and finally overcome their dislike of silicon – meet the Urwerk UR-112 Aggregat

Hands-on. Snapshots, thoughts, and details about the ´Insight Micro-Rotor Squelette Carbonium – Exception Collection – burgundy` from ROMAIN GAUTHIER, an eclectic approach of to fine contemporary watchmaking

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.

Marco Lang presents his first watch in the ´Zweigesicht` series and is called ´Zweigesicht-1` a changeable watch with two faces, with a new complication ´shock-indication` … – inspired by fine watchmaking from Saxony (Germany), 18th and 19th century

We got an exclusive view on the watch which celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the Flying Tourbillon: the Glashütte Original Senator Alfred Helwig Tourbillon 1920, limited to 25 pieces

Photographer Guy Lucas de Peslouan shares his images on the George Daniels ´Co-Axial Anniversary Watch` and we “the eclecticum” added some context

A virtual walk through F. P. Journe’s exhibition celebrating the 20th Anniversary of his iconic Chronomètre à Résonance watch

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

The results of the Fleuritest chronometry test cycles for the new Ferdinand Berthoud FB 2RE show impressive chronometric capabilities

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