Entries by Elizabeth Doerr

RGM Collaborates On Two Millionth Martin Guitar With Integrated Unique Piece Watch

RGM and acoustic guitar company C.F. Martin & Co. share their home state of Pennsylvania. Martin’s not-for-sale two millionth guitar as well as the celebratory 50-piece limited edition D-200 Deluxe guitar. If you’re wondering how a guitar maker managed to incorporate watches into its products, read on as it look’s and sounds out of this world!

Fast And Furious: Logical One Enraged By Romain Gauthier

There is a bit of a “wild and crazy” side to Romain Gauthier that’s usually not apparent at first sight. But we have an unprecedented view at the wild and crazy side of his personality when we gaze upon the new Enraged versions of his Logical One and Prestige HMS timepieces, which feature a rough and grainy new finish and an aggressive, spiky version of the logo. This is definitely worth a look and a feel!

Chronopassion’s Laurent Picciotto And His Favorite iVee Guitar

Laurent Picciotto, owner of the Chronopassion watch boutique in Paris, has played the guitar since he was 14 years old. So why not unite his two passions – watches and guitars – in one luxurious and unique object? Ivan Mulia of iVee Guitars made the first customized piece for Picciotto’s shop on Paris’ famed Rue Saint-Honoré: the new-T Chronopassion guitar.

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Without our readers there would be no Quill & Pad, so at this “giving” time of year we’d like to offer a few gifts to say thank you. Entering the draw to win one of these presents is easy: all you need to do is be a subscriber to our weekly newsletter. The draw will take place at 6:00 Central European Time on Sunday, December 18. Sign up to win!

Looking Back On 10 Years Of Ulysse Nardin’s Pioneering InnoVision Technology

Ulysse Nardin is the watch world’s pioneer in “new” technologies. Though it might seem anachronistic that a 163-year-old company famed for its marine chronometers would be the one to start a revolution of this type in mechanical watchmaking, that is just what Ulysse Nardin did by leading the search for the perfect materials and advanced geometery. Here we take a look back at the technologies leading up to the introduction of 2007’s InnoVision and why that particular concept watch was so notable.