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.
Tag Archive for: the eclecticum
Some snapshots and brief thoughts about the ´UR-111C` from URWERK, a machine for the wrist that happens to show the time
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
With the Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Platinum, OMEGA reinvented its watchmaking core philosophy, subtly, surprisingly, and full of delights for the aficionado
Some snapshots and brief thoughts about the ´Logical One – Byzantine` (unique piece) from Romain Gauthier, a masterpiece on many levels showcasing several crafts at their best.
A frank exchange about the integration of Minerva, the influence of a new outdoor culture, and what he would take for a perfect, eclectic weekend…
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’
Photographer Guy Lucas de Peslouan shares his images and thoughts on the first watch from the watchmaker Hervé Morard – M1-01
A beautiful way to deal with or to dream about time zones by A. Lange & Söhne. For international business and/or musings …
Guy Lucas de Peslouan shares his images and thoughts on the first watch with carbon movement plates