• URWERK

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    Now it is manually wound and uses carbon fiber composite materials. Urwerk just showed off its next-generation flagship watch-UR-220 “Falcon Project”. Like its predecessor, UR-210, the case shape and the iconic satellite cube hour display remain unchanged, but the “Falcon Project” is a completely different watch. The UR-220 is powered by a newly developed movement that is wound manually instead of automatically as before. The case of the brand was first made of carbon fiber composite material and equipped with a rubber carbon fiber composite strap. initial thoughts UR-201 became a milestone in the avant-garde independent watchmaking industry in the three-dimensional roaming, later evolved into UR-203, and then developed into…

  • replica Harry Winston watches

    Hands-on tourbillon history 6 Harry Winston (Harry Winston)

    Like its predecessors, Histoire de Tourbillon 6 is clearly a classic watch. Many magnificent works may not see the most wrist time. But this does not make them appear so exaggerated. This watch basically consists of two separate parts. They can be recognized geometrically as a circle or a square. Like every part of the Tourbillon History series, every part of the Tourbillon 6 History Edition explores and develops the concept of the tourbillon. The sphere on the left side of the case is part of a three-axis tourbillon, which means three different spins. The balance wheel cage rotates every 45 seconds in the second cage, and the second cage…

  • Greubel Forsey replica watches

    Greubel Forsey artwork with built-in miniature sculptures 1

    The Greubel Forsey Art Piece 1 launched in Geneva last month is an amazing collaboration between watchmaker and artist. It has a double tourbillon tilted at 30°, combined with a miniature sculpture created by the famous artist Willard Wigan. The sculptures created by Wigan are so small that they are invisible to the naked eye. It was so intact that Greubel Forsey had to include a microscope in the timepiece. This is an uncharted territory, so it is no easy task to make a microscope with a large opening and enough light to be seen by the human eye, rather than making the optical lens too large without destroying the…