UR-100 SpaceTime

Far Out: The UR-100 SpaceTime

September 12, 2019
The UR-100 takes us on a journey through both time and space, two concepts at the very core of Urwerk. Using its orbiting satellite hours and minute hands, the UR-100 displays both time (hours and minutes) and space (distance traveled), merging these two concepts in the creation of the all-new UR-100 SpaceTime. The UR-100 SpaceTime features Urwerk’s iconic orbital hour...
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H. Moser Pioneer Perpetual Calendar MD

Introducing the Pioneer Perpetual Calendar MD

September 9, 2019
For the first time in its history, H. Moser & Cie. has created a perpetual calendar with two windows displaying the date and month. The aim of this development is to offer optimal legibility in the brand's sportiest line: Pioneer. The Pioneer Perpetual Calendar MD features a steel case water-resistant to 120 meters, enabling it to display the time under...
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Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève 2019

Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève 2019

September 3, 2019
The Foundation of the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) has announced the watches that have been pre-selected for its 19th edition. The independent and international jury of the GPHG, uniting the expertise of some 30 leading lights from various fields of competence, is partially renewed each year. Responsible for saluting – through two rounds of voting and 19 prizes...
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Parmigiani Toric Retrograde Perpetual Calendar

The Toric Retrograde Perpetual Calendar Debuts

August 28, 2019
Parmigiani Fleurier has taken one of the very finest complications – the perpetual calendar – and placed it at the heart of its most classic, timeless watch: the Toric. With a precision moon phase and retrograde perpetual date, this watch is the most complex and accomplished of calendar timepieces. The PF317 Movement: The perpetual date function automatically adjusts the date...
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L'Epee Hot Balloon Clock

Hot Balloon Clock Takes Flight

August 21, 2019
“To fly, float, glide, navigate in the air, traveling from place to place; to surpass oneself, to go further, higher, faster; or, at a leisurely pace, to take the time to have one’s head in the clouds. L’Épée 1839 has previously included a number of flying objects in its collections, but today it presents the first to have offered mankind...
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Moritz Grossmann Hamatic front and back

Explore the Moritz Grossmann Hamatic

August 14, 2019
Throughout millennia, researchers and inventors strived to build a perpetual motion machine, a device that would continue to move indefinitely once started. Without any external source of power, it was believed that the machine itself would generate an unlimited amount of energy. It was only with the formulation of the law of conservation of energy in the middle of the...
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