For the past month, we have brought you round table discussions on the pre-selected wristwatches in each category of the 2014 edition of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève.
Now we get to the real nitty-gritty: the Aiguille d’Or. There are no ifs, and or buts any more, just a decision on which of the 72 pre-selected watches is the best overall timepiece of the year. It is the most prestigious of the awards given.
Which could be our panel’s favorite to win? The Margot by Christophe Claret, which would make history as the first ladies’ watch to take home the big prize? Or could it be the Urwerk EMC, which would also be an unprecedented choice? Or, maybe it’s the De Bethune DB29 Maxichrono Tourbillon? You’ll have to read on to find out.