Showing 10 results for the tag: #automatic

Tearing up the Tarmac with Roger Dubuis

Tearing up the Tarmac with Roger Dubuis

February 10, 2017
This year sees the big unveil of a spectacular new luxury alliance between two partners who have long since grasped the fact that exclusive service leaves a lasting imprint on hearts and minds – as well as on racing tracks and connoisseurs’ wrists. Pirelli is a pioneer in technical and industrial innovations and is the sole supplier of premium tires...
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Dramatic Horology from Girard-Perregaux

Dramatic Horology from Girard-Perregaux

February 8, 2017
A futuristic extrapolation of a 19th century movement architecture now considered to be the historical signature of the Manufacture Girard-Perregaux, the Neo-Bridges Automatic Titanium watch heralds a construction approach aimed at bringing a dramatic theatrical touch to tomorrow’s mechanical horology. Fundamentally retro-futurist in terms of its aesthetic approach, the Neo-Bridges Automatic Titanium adopts a certain vision of forward-looking horology, while...
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Roger Dubuis: Skeletal Spiders

Roger Dubuis: Skeletal Spiders

December 12, 2016
By Mike Thompson Roger Dubuis enhances its Poinçon de Genève appeal with skeleton movements featuring bold colors and unconventional materials, including a cutting-edge carbon case. Traditional Swiss watch manufacturers embellish their skeletonized models with intricate flowers, delicate patterns and lacy engraved flourishes. Most also start with existing movements and then cut away excess metal to create their skeleton version of...
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Just Arrived: The Girard-Perregaux 1957

Just Arrived: The Girard-Perregaux 1957

October 26, 2016
As Girard-Perregaux celebrates its 225th anniversary this year, the Swiss haute horlogerie manufacture unveils the 1957. This 40mm steel watch features a revisited vintage design strongly inspired by the aesthetic codes of the Girard-Perregauxís Gyromatic watches dating from the 1960s. For centuries, watchmakers had been fascinated by the prospect of winding a watch's mainspring automatically. Girard-Perregaux produced a revolutionary solution...
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