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... and then the most ingenious of modern tourbillons  the @Cabestan Triple Axis Tourbillon. Check out my in-depth review on @QuillandPad by thehorophile

... and then the most ingenious of modern tourbillons the @Cabestan Triple Axis Tourbillon. Check out my in-depth review on @QuillandPad by thehorophile

The Grönefeld Brothers hail from the town of Oldenzaal, in the Netherlands, close to the border with Germany; they're third-generation watchmakers who, after training and considerable professional experience in Switzerland, began making their own watches, under their own name, in 2008. Their first watch was a complicated minute repeater with tourbillon, but they're probably best known for their One Hertz wristwatch with deadbeat seconds, which was a big hit for the brothers in 2011.

The Grönefeld Brothers hail from the town of Oldenzaal, in the Netherlands, close to the border with Germany; they're third-generation watchmakers who, after training and considerable professional experience in Switzerland, began making their own watches, under their own name, in 2008. Their first watch was a complicated minute repeater with tourbillon, but they're probably best known for their One Hertz wristwatch with deadbeat seconds, which was a big hit for the brothers in 2011.

The Grönefeld Brothers hail from the town of Oldenzaal, in the Netherlands, close to the border with Germany; they're third-generation watchmakers who, after training and considerable professional experience in Switzerland, began making their own watches, under their own name, in 2008. Their first watch was a complicated minute repeater with tourbillon, but they're probably best known for their One Hertz wristwatch with deadbeat seconds, which was a big hit for the brothers in 2011.

The Grönefeld Brothers hail from the town of Oldenzaal, in the Netherlands, close to the border with Germany; they're third-generation watchmakers who, after training and considerable professional experience in Switzerland, began making their own watches, under their own name, in 2008. Their first watch was a complicated minute repeater with tourbillon, but they're probably best known for their One Hertz wristwatch with deadbeat seconds, which was a big hit for the brothers in 2011.

The Grönefeld Brothers hail from the town of Oldenzaal, in the Netherlands, close to the border with Germany; they're third-generation watchmakers who, after training and considerable professional experience in Switzerland, began making their own watches, under their own name, in 2008. Their first watch was a complicated minute repeater with tourbillon, but they're probably best known for their One Hertz wristwatch with deadbeat seconds, which was a big hit for the brothers in 2011.

The Grönefeld Brothers hail from the town of Oldenzaal, in the Netherlands, close to the border with Germany; they're third-generation watchmakers who, after training and considerable professional experience in Switzerland, began making their own watches, under their own name, in 2008. Their first watch was a complicated minute repeater with tourbillon, but they're probably best known for their One Hertz wristwatch with deadbeat seconds, which was a big hit for the brothers in 2011.

In the world of early Journe tourbillons, there come the very first 3 hand-made by François-Paul Journe himself. Among those inital 3 was a unique piece, shown here. This watch has a slightly different power reserve display that Journe decided to use after the first 2. Reason being, he found the other two boring and liked to make a change...simple enough! I was fortunate enough to handle all 3 throughout my lifetime and all I can say is...nothing This shot taken by @equationdu...

In the world of early Journe tourbillons, there come the very first 3 hand-made by François-Paul Journe himself. Among those inital 3 was a unique piece, shown here. This watch has a slightly different power reserve display that Journe decided to use after the first 2. Reason being, he found the other two boring and liked to make a change...simple enough! I was fortunate enough to handle all 3 throughout my lifetime and all I can say is...nothing This shot taken by @equationdu...

After pushing the boundaries of horological exploration by blasting into outer space (HM2, HM3, HM6), launching into the sky (HM4), and powering down the road and around the track (HM5, HMX, HM8), MB&F plunges into the water with Horological Machine No.7, aka HM7 Aquapod. The organic jellyfish-inspired design of HM7 Aquapod is counter-balanced by the very mechanical horology within: a central 60-second flying tourbillon tops the concentric vertical movement architecture, with indications…

After pushing the boundaries of horological exploration by blasting into outer space (HM2, HM3, HM6), launching into the sky (HM4), and powering down the road and around the track (HM5, HMX, HM8), MB&F plunges into the water with Horological Machine No.7, aka HM7 Aquapod. The organic jellyfish-inspired design of HM7 Aquapod is counter-balanced by the very mechanical horology within: a central 60-second flying tourbillon tops the concentric vertical movement architecture, with indications…

Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey have never been ones to shy away from technical challenges or opportunities to push boundaries, and after launching the Double Tourbillon 30° Technique Sapphire last year, we wondered what direction they would take next. As one of the few complications the duo had yet to complete, a cathedral gong minute repeater was next on their to-do list—and as always, they did not disappoint. The Greubel Forsey Grande Sonnerie runs a manually wound tourbillon movement…

Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey have never been ones to shy away from technical challenges or opportunities to push boundaries, and after launching the Double Tourbillon 30° Technique Sapphire last year, we wondered what direction they would take next. As one of the few complications the duo had yet to complete, a cathedral gong minute repeater was next on their to-do list—and as always, they did not disappoint. The Greubel Forsey Grande Sonnerie runs a manually wound tourbillon movement…

Pre-SIHH 2017: Jaeger-LeCoultre - Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time. After the Geophysic True Second and the Geophysic Universal Time, Jaeger-LeCoultre expands the line with the Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time, the first flying-tourbillon worldtimer produced by the brand. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time is a limited edition of just 100 pieces. More on this model and its movement will be unveiled on occasion of the upcoming Salon International de la Haute…

Pre-SIHH 2017: Jaeger-LeCoultre - Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time. After the Geophysic True Second and the Geophysic Universal Time, Jaeger-LeCoultre expands the line with the Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time, the first flying-tourbillon worldtimer produced by the brand. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time is a limited edition of just 100 pieces. More on this model and its movement will be unveiled on occasion of the upcoming Salon International de la Haute…

TAG Heuer - Just six months after the release of the TAG Heuer Carrera Heuer-01- the backbone of a new collection of elegant and contemporary manufacture ch

TAG Heuer - Just six months after the release of the TAG Heuer Carrera Heuer-01- the backbone of a new collection of elegant and contemporary manufacture ch

H. Moser & Cie. Venturer Tourbillon Dual Time Sapphire Blue Skeleton Watch - by Kenny Yeo - See more at: aBlogtoWatch.com "The market for new watches has slowed considerably, and brands are furiously looking at ways to engage new customers mainly by releasing more accessible and more value-for-money new watches. That said, there are some who are still willing to take risks. After all, some of the ultra-rich still need to get their watch kicks, right? If money is no object to you..."

H. Moser & Cie. Venturer Tourbillon Dual Time Sapphire Blue Skeleton Watch - by Kenny Yeo - See more at: aBlogtoWatch.com "The market for new watches has slowed considerably, and brands are furiously looking at ways to engage new customers mainly by releasing more accessible and more value-for-money new watches. That said, there are some who are still willing to take risks. After all, some of the ultra-rich still need to get their watch kicks, right? If money is no object to you..."

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