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  • Know Your Watches: Complications

    The Know Your Watches series explores and explains the many different types of watches available on the market today. It is true that many of these watches often confuse even the people who are supposed to more
  • Swiss Watch Tours: Unlocking the secret world of Swiss-made watches

    Two years ago, as a British expatriate in Switzerland with time on his hands, Roy Slater-Hill decided instead to turn his hand to time and conceived the idea of Swiss Watch Tours. Roy recognised that while more
  • SIHH 2013: Greubel Forsey Art Piece No. 1

    Four years in the making, Greubel Forsey’s Art Piece 1 is a Franco-British triumph of ingenuity and micro creativity at its most well, micro. Willard Wigan was ridiculed at school by both teachers and fellow more
  • Which watch for: The Watch Snob

    As many of you will know, has a columnist who goes under the name of ‘The Watch Snob’, a name, he insists, he did not invent himself but was visited upon him by the more
  • Andréas Strehler

    It’s a tribute to Swiss watchmaking’s sheer strength in depth that a watchmaker heralded as one of the most innovative and important of his generation can remain relatively unknown to all but the true connoisseurs more
  • The Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon 30° Asymétrique

    Every couple of weeks we seek out the sexiest, coolest, or simply most unusual timepieces we can find online, in our series called Look Watch We found! This week we found a fantastic Greubel Forsey wrist more
  • Interview with Stephen Forsey of Greubel Forsey

    This is a text version of Jerome Pineau’s radio interview with star guest Stephen Forsey. Listen to the Stephen Forsey interview here. Stephen Forsey grew up in St. Albans, England. His father’s passion for mechanics and engineering more
  • Jerome Pineau chats to Stephen Forsey

    About Stephen Forsey Stephen Forsey grew up in St. Albans, England. His father’s passion for mechanics and engineering inspired Stephen’s love of horology and from 1987 to1992 Stephen specialised in antique clock restoration and after-sales service. He more
  • Time keeps on ticking into the future

    For some the watch on their wrist is merely there to tell the time, but increasingly for some, it must be a new technological achievement ingeniously constructed using only the latest hi-tech materials. As if more