Announcing the Grand Prix D’Horlogerie De Geneve 2013 Winners

Innovation Prize: Vianney Halter Deep Space Tourbillon. Rather than a scientific instrument, this watch is a philosophical artifact that not only displays the time, but also motion in the dimension of space. It is a triple axis central tourbillon watch. Price: 202'500 CHF

Innovation Prize: Vianney Halter Deep Space Tourbillon. Rather than a scientific instrument, this watch is a philosophical artifact that not only displays the time, but also motion in the dimension of space. It is a triple axis central tourbillon watch. Price: 202’500 CHF

On Friday, the largest and most important award ceremony in watches took place in Geneva.  It was the 13t annual Grand Prix D/Horlogerie – wherein a huge number of awards were given. Indeed, it seems each year new categories are added to the prize list – so that this year the event totaled 15 awards.  The list:

The coveted “Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix prize:  Girard-Perregaux, Constant Escapement L.M.

Grand Complication prize: A. Lange & Sohne 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar. The manual-wind watch offers split-second chronograph, perpetual calendar, moonphase, power reserve, date, day, month, hours, minutes, and seconds. Price: 209'000 CHF

Grand Complication prize: A. Lange & Sohne 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar. The manual-wind watch offers split-second chronograph, perpetual calendar, moonphase, power reserve, date, day, month, hours, minutes, and seconds. Price: 209’000 CHF

Grande Complication Prize: A. Lange & Söhne, 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar

Ladies’ Complications Watch Prize: Van Cleef & Arpels, Lady Arpels Ballerine Enchantée

Ladies’ Watch Prize: DeLaneau, Rondo Translucent Champagne

Men’s Complications Watch Prize: Romain Gauthier, Logical One

Men’s Watch Prize: Voutilainen, V-8R

Revival Prize: Given to Tudor for its Heritage Black Bay – a watch that was originally launched in 1954. The dive watch houses a self-winding mechanical movement with 38 hours o f power reserve.  Price: 3250 CHF

Revival Prize: Given to Tudor for its Heritage Black Bay – a watch that was originally launched in 1954. The dive watch houses a self-winding mechanical movement with 38 hours o f power reserve. Price: 3250 CHF

Innovation Prize: Vianney Halter, Deep Space Tourbillon

Jewellery Watch Prize: Chopard, L’Heure du Diamant

Artistic Crafts Watch Prize: Chanel, Mademoiselle Privé Camélia Brodé

Sports Watch Prize: Zenith, El Primero Stratos Flyback Stricking 10th

“Petite Aiguille” Watch Prize: Habring2, Jumping Second Pilot

Revival Prize: Tudor, Heritage Black Bay

Horological Revelation Prize: Ressence, Type 3

Special Jury Prize: Philippe Dufour

Public Prize: A. Lange & Söhne, 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar

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