How Complicated Watchmaking Transcends Time Thanks to Breakthrough Thinking

 |  January 14th, 2016

Watch pundits of today often lament that all we create in watches now are throwback references to the past.  In fact, today’s watchmaking complications – freely defined as anything additional on a timepiece above and beyond the “simple” time indication – not only reflect the mechanical genius of generations ago, but also – and more importantly – reflect the genius thinkers of today and even tomorrow. Centuries ago, great watchmakers such as Abraham-Louis Breguet, Antoine LeCoultre and Adrien Philippe –…

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Watchstars Awards Go to Tudor, A. Lange & Sohne, MB&F and Omega Watches

 |  December 30th, 2015

As the year winds down, the winners of the Watchstars Awards 2015-2016  have been named. Winners of the awards are selected by a panel of watch experts via  independent voting. The expert panel consists of more than 70 international experts, and watches were nominated in five categories. Winners: Classic Stars:  Omega Globemaster. This watch model, which was launched in 2015, succeeded to establish itself against its competitors with its Co-Axial Master Chronometer movement and METAS certificate. Technical Stars (watches with additional function(s).…

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