The tourbillon turned from an ingenious device to fight gravitational errors into a place holder for fine watchmaking of inflationary abundance. We’ll attempt to highlight its highs and lows, and discuss its future
Paul Gerber is perhaps the most subtly ironic watchmaker – always ready with a charming watchmaking twist – such as this ‘bi-nique’ Cal. 41 wristwatch with switchable jumping/permanent seconds and triple rotors
There are signs for a relaunch, but what would this ‘new’ watch be without Ludwig Oechslin, Paul Gerber – and even without the MIH?
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
How to define the very best in watchmaking? the eclecticum looks beyond in-house and finishing…