Category Archive: Horology

The Whisky Watch

The new watch by Louis Moinet has something very original to offer that goes beyond complications. In the dial of this limited edition there is an encapsulated drop of the World’s oldest whisky… Continue reading

Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève 2016

The Théâtre du Léman in Geneva hosted the 16th ceremony of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG), the most important meeting concerning watches and horlogery. The 27 member jury had the mission… Continue reading

Son of Sound Tourbillon

The two new Son of Sound Tourbillon, designed by Yvan Arpa and engineered by MHC, retain their unique aesthetic signature –a guitar-shaped case, patented by ArtyA. At six o’clock a flying tourbillon displays… Continue reading

Tourbillon de Tourbillons

During the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève there were around 72 watches competing in different categories, though all the watches could opt for the main prize, L’aiguille d’or, and for the Public prize.… Continue reading

Space Pirate

The Horological Machine No.6 “Space pirate” was designed to perform in the space, but in the Earth it bedazzles. It was conceived by the MB&F team (Maximilian Büsser & Friends) to deal with… Continue reading

Ulysse Anchor Tourbillon

by Abdon FLORES Probably, the most emblematic complication in contemporary watches is the tourbillon, the mechanism that counters gravity. Many tourbillon watches are produced every year; they are actually a must in the… Continue reading

Artya – 3 Gongs Minute Repeater

The new 3 Gongs Minute Repeater, Regulator & Double Axis Tourbillon is a first for Artya and for the watch industry. Its creator, Yvan Arpa, was inspired by the exceptional sound of the… Continue reading

AstroMoon by Louis Moinet

by Abdon FLORES The new AstroMoon chronographer by Louis Moinet is an homage to the cosmos. Not many time pieces have on their structures meteorite fragments to enhance its virtue. Actually, Louis Moinet… Continue reading

Memoris by Louis Moinet

It was just recently that the brand has been cited all over the watchmaking world. The reason is as simple as impressive: after a discovery of a timepiece achieved in 1816, Louis Moinet has… Continue reading

Tourbillon Fleur by Richard Mille

by Abdón FLORES Horology has always had an intrinsical poetics dealing with the fact of combining nature and mechanics to define time. This idea of being able to capture the very substance of life… Continue reading