Last week from the calm air that often precedes the SIHH storm, Greubel Forsey released a single thunderclap that rumbled across the horological community. And even more impressively, what created the loud bang was so minuscule as to be invisible to the naked eye. Welcome to our musings on the Mechanical Nano!
About Ryan Schmidt
Ryan Schmidt is the author of 'The Wristwatch Handbook: A Comprehensive Guide to Mechanical Wristwatches.'
He is a dual US/UK citizen, currently living in New York City. Over the last ten years he has travelled the world in various professional roles with a global data company, a media conglomerate, and a world-leading auction house. During this time he has cultivated a distinct enthusiasm for, and knowledge of, mechanical wristwatches.
Ryan can be followed on Instagram at @iamcalledryan and @wristwatchhandbook. For more information about his book, please visit www.thewristwatchhandbook.com.
Entries by Ryan Schmidt
Marketing material for the modern mechanical watch almost always includes a description of the the movement’s frequency. You may have even sensed that the higher the frequency, the more accurate a movement gets. But is this entirely true? Find out here.