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Ferdinand Berthoud Chronomètre FB 2RE

Ferdinand Berthoud Teases New Watch

July 29, 2020
Five years on from the launch of the Chronomètre FB 1, to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Ferdinand Berthoud receiving the title of “Watchmaker By Appointment To The French King And The Navy,” the manufacture is presenting a new collection. Featuring a new movement, a new case, and a new design, the Chronomètre FB 2RE will be unveiled on August...
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Ferdinand Berthoud Chronometre

Chronométrie Ferdinand Berthoud Celebrates Five Years

July 20, 2020
Since its notable beginnings five years ago, the manufacture has done its utmost to revive the legacy of the legendary watchmaker whose name it bears. History, rigor, and passion are at the heart of its unique approach to fine watchmaking, whose founding principle is the quest for precision. The date was Tuesday, September 22, 2015; the place, Paris. At the...
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Czapek California Dreamin'

Czapek Is California Dreamin’ with Its New Chrono

July 7, 2020
Czapek & Cie presents the latest addition to the Faubourg de Cracovie chronograph collection, inspired by the very first modern watch of the brand. The California Dreamin’ features a California style dial with a grené finish and it’s powered by the 5Hz COSC-certified Czapek SXH3 caliber. Only 18 pieces will be produced. Back to the origins. This time, not directly...
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Ferdinand Berthoud No XXX Chronometer

Restoring Ferdinand Berthoud’s No. XXX Marine Chronometer

January 28, 2020
In the 18th century, Ferdinand Berthoud designed genuine timekeepers: marine chronometers made it possible to "keep time" during sea voyages, the only reference allowing to calculate longitude. Some of these measuring instruments are steeped in history, such as the longitude clock No. XXX which recently joined the collection of Karl-Friedrich Scheufele at the L.U.CEUM in Fleurier. In 1787, Ferdinand Berthoud,...
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Marine Torpilleur Military U.S. Navy Edition

Marine Torpilleur Military U.S. Navy Edition

September 26, 2018
The pioneering partnership between Ulysse Nardin the United States Navy began in 1905, when the Washington Naval Observatory organized a competition for “Precision Torpedo Boat Timepieces.” The goal of the competition was to supply the U.S. Navy with the best available on-board chronometers. These precision timepieces, given to superior naval officers, were meant to provide the torpedo boats with an...
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Arnold and Son Gunmetal Tourbillon Chronometer No. 36

Arnold and Son Gunmetal Tourbillon Chronometer No. 36

December 18, 2017
Dark grey and rose gold tones for a striking new edition of the Tourbillon Chronometer No.36. Drawing inspiration from the John Arnold pocket chronometer No. 1/36, Arnold & Son pays homage in a contemporary yet faithful manner to one of the most historically significant chronometers. The John Arnold Chronometer No. 1/36 or “Arnold 36” as it is more commonly called...
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