In 1987 Chronoswiss founder and former owner Gerd-Rüdiger Lang was the very first to introduce a so called Regulator dial in a wristwatch. The extraordinary display won hearts and wrists and became an icon …
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Baselworld 2016: Interview with Thierry Stern, President and together with his family the owner of Patek Philippe.
Yesterday I met a very relaxed Thierry Stern. He has good reasons to be in a good mood since once again sales exceeded his expectations …
This is my favourite Patek Philippe 2016. Simply stunning! Discover the timepiece by clicking on “read more”…
There you go… live taken pictures of the Nautilus Annual Calendar …
During the last weekend I had a closer look at “The Watch Book” that was published recently. Gisbert L. Brunner and Christian Pfeiffer-Belli, the two authors, have a natural authority, they can express themselves clearly and provide their knowledge to their readers.
The Watch Art Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London. I invite you to see some more pictures I took … (Part 2)
Here are 25 more pictures showing you some of the most spectacular timepieces one could discover at the Watch Art Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition until last Sunday.
The Watch Art Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London. I invite you to see dozens of pictures I took … (Part 1)
The exhibition meanwhile attracted almost 40,000 people. It is the largest ever Patek Philippe exhibition presenting 400 exhibits throughout 21 themed rooms.
Calibre CHR 29-535 PS. The acronym CHR stands for CHronographe à Rattrapante, the French term for split-seconds chronograph. What a stunning beautiful and fascinating timepiece!
Ref. 5905P marks a further step forward in the evolution of the meanwhile legendary Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Chronographs. Creative fine-tuning makes the new timepiece appear in a clearly distinctive new look.
The Patek Philippe Reference 5524 Calatrava Pilot Travel Time is the most discussed timepiece. A lot of true, but also wrong things have been said and written. Rumours here? No! I prefer to talk to Thierry Stern…
Patek Philippe Reference 5524 Calatrava Pilot Travel Time live taken pictures of the timepiece everybody talks @ Baselworld
I presented you the Patek Philippe Reference 5524 Calatrava Pilot Travel Time early today and I this afternoon had the chance to take pictures … Have a look and let me know what you think…
Patek Philippe Reference 5524 Calatrava Pilot Travel Time and Reference 5370 Split-Seconds-Chronograph @ Baselworld 2015
These are the first two Patek Philippe Baselworld 2015 novelties I can present you. The new Calatrava Pilot Travel Time is a paradigm change for the Geneva watchmaker and the Split-Seconds-Chronograph a new highlight in the collection.
Already eight days (!) ago I informed you correctly as one of the very first that Patek Philippe will make some price adjustments. Today the famous Geneva watchmaker released this …
Watchstars Awards 2014. These are the five winners: A. Lange & Söhne, Patek Philippe, Ressence, Audemars Piguet and Swatch
The Watchstars Awards are international watch awards given out annually by an international committee of experts. Watchstars honors “the best watches of the world” in different categories.
Patek Philippe: To maintain similar prices in most markets the following changes to the retail prices will be realized tomorrow
After the SNB decision Patek Philippe has decided to change the retail prices of its products as follows …
Patek Philippe was founded the 1. May 1839 by Antoni Patek and František Czapek as the Patek, Czapek & Cie. in Geneva. In 1845 the contract that binds Czapek and Patek is not renewed…
With the Ulysse Anchor Escapement the still privately owned manufacturer Ulysse Nardin based in Le Locle and La Chaux-de-Fonds in the Swiss Jura again proves that there is room for improvement.
In my reports coming from Baselworld I mentioned that Rolex had introduced its proper silicon hairspring called Syloxi in a ladies model. Rolex did this very quietly with no additional information available at that time. Today I can offer you the first official information.
This is an interesting interview with Thiery Stern I can offer you this afternoon. We have been talking about the new collections and of course about the 175th anniversary of Patek Philippe this year.
I already presented you the two major Patek Philippe novelties today. Now I have a punch of pictures for you I just took at the new Patek Philippe booth. Please enjoy them…
Baselworld 2014 is still closed for the public and will only open its doors tomorrow. But I can offer you already first pictures just taken from the Patek Philippe booth and some first impressions also from Rolex…
Who would have expected to see the Annual Calendar Chronograph in a steel case and to see such a cool Nautilus? Respect! Please click on “read more” to get full story…
Due to the embargoes I have to respect in the moment I cannot publish any news for you. But I have a firework scheduled for you starting the 26.03.2014 at 00:00 CET.
An innovative, functional and futuristic booth to illustrate the brand’s core values, showcase its products in a modern yet timeless environment, and provide a functional yet traditional work space.
Please continue “voting” directly at the blog´s Poll by validating my three simple questions per watch brand
Your reactions and comments are overwhelming, I knew I can count on you. Please continue “voting”. And, why not telling some of your friends about my new “Poll” and the blog?
There is a new poll online! Four AAA-watch-brands … Is this true? Please choose up to three of the statements (every combination is possible) and “vote”
Please validate up to three of the statements and “vote” for you favorite combination. How do you perceive them? Let me know!
Well-done Patek Philippe! The Institute Shanghai is the brands newest commitment to customer service.
Patek Philippe believes that the skills required to service, repair and restore Patek Philippe watches are much the same as those required to make one.
Cool or not cool? Bamford Watch Department and Blaken changing the look of iconic models. How far should individualization go?
I see more and more individual designed Rolex. To black existing watch models out and to individualize them seems to be a growing business. Do the manufacturers miss a lucrative business? What do you think?