Griffin Emblem is an automatic watch brand that was formed after their team decided to pursue their common dream of creating their own skeleton watches. The brand has come a long way in the last three years and is evolving every year […]
The time that has been and the time to come – to borrow from one and predict what the other might bring makes sense of the present. Our past begins in 1745 when Jurgen Jürgensen was born in Copenhagen and became the […]
EPHORI LONDON BRACELETS: PERSONALISE YOUR WRIST WATCH LOOK WITH CUSTOM NAME INITIALS BRACELETS In recent years, it has become trendy to wear bracelets alongside your watch.
Hublot always allows a first look at its novelties to privileged members of the watch-press long before Baselworld starts. Be part of the “club” and discover my pictures (39!) and all you need to know about the new ones …
The German Watchtime.net editor Melanie Feist, interviewed François-Henry Bennahmias during the SIHH about the new Royal Oak collection.
The anniversary of the Altiplano and the new Gouverneur Jumping Hour (see an execution with 70 carat of diamonds sold for 1.600.000 Euro plus taxes) were in focus of my conversation with Philippe …
H. MOSER & CIE. HONOURS ARTISAN WATCHMAKING WITH THE HERITAGE TOURBILLON With the Heritage Tourbillon, H. Moser & Cie. pays tribute to exceptional artisan watchmaking.
Jeff Kingston visits the workshop Jaeger-LeCoultre in Switzerland.
There are over 80 watch brands in Germany. Watch-Insider shows you the German map with all these brands and their exact geographical locations. Some brands are high-lighted, which means you can click for more detailed information. Please find here the interactive map.
The Flagship model from Tutima Glashütte creates a new style in the world of German watches. For more information please visit the Tutima website
Jeff Kingston visits Breguet in Switzerland. We have the unique opportunity to learn more about historical timepieces of Breguet.
Jeff Kingston visits the guilloche dial workshop at Breguet in the Vallée de Joux in Switzerland.
Jeff Kingston visits Rubattel & Weyermann in La Chaux-de-Fonds. This specialist manufacturer of watch dials was integrated into the Swatch Group in 2002.
Jeff Kingston visits the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva. The video shows particular timepieces of the Patek Philippe Company.
In the past you did not have the best ways to check the accuracy of your watch at any place, you could set it against a source which is reliable to you let’s say by use of GPS then watch it gains […]
Greubel Forsey is financing Philippe DuFour to produce a film to record for posterity: watchmaking techniques that slowly are being lost, slowly are fading from memory.
Jeff Kingston visits Blancpain watches in Le Brassus. Expand your knowledge about watchmaking and Blancpain watches.
THE SUBTLE BEAUTY OF GREY Which grey best suits your personality?
MONTFORT WATCHES Co. builds luxury, quality ‘form follows function’ timepieces. Their maiden model – the ‘Strata’ is a sport-chic automatic wristwatch
We know that not all watch shapes are round. Some have complex shapes like the Reverso of Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso. Jeff Kingston visits Le Sentier in Switzerland and meets Stéphane Belmont of Jaeger-LeCoultre. He will take us through some of the steps of […]
Just as the moon accompanies us day by day and yet always fascinates us anew, the new Belisar Chronograph Moon Phase from Union Glashütte proves to be a reliable and attractive companion for every day of the year. This elegant timepiece from […]
In the second edition of Formex Watch of the Week, we bring you the DS 2100. This technical diver timepiece with a dynamic allure, combines the essentials of design, quality and robustness. Like all Formex models, it features the patented suspension system. […]
Jeff Kingston visits the Ecole Technique at the Vallée de Joux in Le Sentier, one of five watchmaking schools in Switzerland.
Formex is back with a bang and presents the new TS3100 line. Featuring the patented and unique case suspension system, the new Formex looks sporty, yet has a very refined finish and is limited to 999 pieces. The brand is known […]
Blancpain is the oldest watch brand of the world and seated in Le Brassus, Switzerland. When it constructed its first tourbillon decided to take some risks and bring some innovation into the construction. Which ones will be explained in the following video.
Since 2003 Breguet has had four major expansions of its Vallee de Joux workshops. In its newest wing, Breguet has organized its watchmakers into specialty groups, inlcuding one dedicated to tourbillons. Tourbillon watches are a key pillar of Breguet’s patrimony as […]
While the original design of the Hublot MP-05 “LaFerrari” was created to show off the beauty of its movement, its alter ego – with its case carved out of sapphire – is a movement which appears to be literally suspended in mid-air.
Jeff Kingston visits the Grande Complication Workshop of Audemars Piguet in Le Brassus where the Grande Complications are assembled. He shows us different stages of assembly of the Royal Oak Offshore Grande Complication that debuted at the SIHH in Geneva in 2013. […]