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The art of watchmaking Newcomer: Grönefeld Exclusive Timepieces

Although seemingly a newcomer to the watch marketplace, the name Grönefeld and the art of watchmaking have a family history spanning nearly one hundred years, originating in the small and ancient town of Oldenzaal located in The Netherlands. It is there, in a shop directly under the view of the ancient basilica church and its tower dating from 1240, that the great grandfather of the present watchmakers, Johan Grönefeld, began his career as a watchmaker in 1912.

LANGE ZEITWERK – the Face of a New Epoch

Often, it is a new face that ushers in new times. That was the case after the rift in Europe had healed and the LANGE 1 paved the way for the comeback of A. Lange & Söhne. Fifteen years ago, it enriched the realm of horology with a fundamentally new concept and unprecedented technical finesse. As a design icon, it has long conquered its place at the pinnacle of timelessness.

A pharaonic world premiere Super watch: SHABAKA

JEAN DUNAND Pièces Uniques present a memorable feat of microengineering complexity in its 2009 super watch: the breathtaking combination of a minute-repeater on cathedral gongs plus an instantaneous perpetual calendar with a unique display of the dates, phases of the moon and leap-year cycle, as well as an ingenious state-of-wind indicator.

The Breitling Superocean Héritage Chronographe

In the late 1950s, having established its mastery of the skies, Breitling set off to conquer the maritime depths by launching the Superocean, a professional diver's watch that also gained a following among the first leisure diving enthusiasts. Ever since, successive generations of Superocean models have continued to excel on a technical level, boasting water resistance to depths of 500, 1500 and even 2000 meters.

Complex art of traditional mechanical watch making Ulysee Nardin Genghis Khan Haute Joaillerie

Ulysse Nardin has blended the complex art of traditional mechanical watch making and the outstanding art of Haute Joaillerie into one extraordinary timepiece – The Genghis Khan Haute Joaillerie. Each diamond is brilliantly cut by a highly-skilled precious stone cutter and integrated into the detailed case, adding expert craftsmanship to a remarkably innovative timepiece.

Remarkable! High-end watchmaking - Perrelet Perpetual Calendar

Through its contemporary vision of high-end, mechanical watchmaking, Perrelet demonstrates its know-how yet again by offering a remarkable Perpetual Calendar in 18ct pink gold. The imposing 43.5mm case is notable for the elegance of its dynamic design, whose quality of finish extends equally to the embellishment of the movement.

It All Comes Down to the Minute The new Chronoscope CM by Chronoswiss

Gerd-Rüdiger Lang, given the title—with equal measures of reverence and affection—of Mr. Chronograph by many, has always been one to speak plainly, never silent on the subject of who was and is involved in his ticking treasures and what they do. In fact, the trained master watchmaker tends to call a spade a spade.

In the tradition of the Old Masters - Junghans Attaché Chronoscope

The Junghans Meister collection stands for expertise - the production of mechanical wristwatches - and the history of the Junghans company. The following watch from this collection is presented: Attaché Chronoscope. The diameter of the new model measures a generous 41.5 mm. The harmonious dial design is similar to the Attaché models Agenda, Kalender and Gangreserve.


Reminiscent of the original fusion between rubber and gold of the first Hublot watches, its current lines, with a design pushed to the extreme, reflect the fusion between power and elegance. Traditional and avant-gardist, combining on its dial additional elements and cut-outs, the King Power also owes its name to the red gold from which it is made – a new alloy developed for Hublot and used by the brand for the first time. Redder, tougher and more intense.

Revolutionary astronomical timepiece Ulysse Nardin Presents: Moonstruck.

Seventeen years after the completion of the historical astronomical "Trilogy of Time" Ulysse Nardin has developed another revolutionary astronomical timepiece with the distinct DNA of Dr. Ludwig Oechslin. Dr. Ludwig Oechslin’s concept focused on the system of Sun, Earth and Moon, concentrating on the scientifically accurate depiction of the moon phase, and the global influence of lunar and solar gravitation, resulting in the ebb and flow of the tides.

Two new Oversea models This summer the Vacheron Constantin Overseas is dressed in grey

The Geneva-based manufacture Vacheron Constantin is presenting two new Overseas models this year: an Automatic and an Automatic Chronograph. It has opted for sophisticated and trendy grey, giving full scope to this popular colour with a slate grey dial, mouse grey strap, anthracite grey titanium bezel, and steel grey case. An exclusive and elegant combination of tones that suffers no rivalry from any other colour.

Ready for a long flight Senator Navigator Perpetual Calendar

Just in time for Baselworld 2009, Glashütte Original presents the next model in its successful line of pilot’s watches: the Senator Navigator Perpetual Calendar. This high-flying timepiece soars with a robust 44 mm stainless steel case in typical pilot’s watch look, sporting a traditional matt black dial with large Arabic numerals and line markers for the minute and second displays as well as blued hour and minute hands.

Made in Germany Chronoswiss Sauterelle - Ticking Beauty with a Spring in its Step

Great events proclaim their coming in advance—after the spectacular announcement at Baselworld 2008 that Chronoswiss would be manufacturing its own movements within two years, 2009 sees Gerd-Rüdiger Lang already making his promise a reality. The brand is well on its way—you could say one “jump” ahead of the game—to becoming a manufacture. The Sauterelle is Chronoswiss’s first model with an in-house manufacture caliber—“Made in Germany.”

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