Entries by Sabine Zwettler

Give Me Five! 5 New Timepieces At WatchTime New York 2017

Watches galore in NYC as WatchTime New York returned for its third edition October 13 and 14, 2017 at Manhattan’s elegant Gotham Hall. The annual event brings together some of the most prestigious brands in the watch world and opens them up to the public. Here are five new watches seen at the 2017 edition.

60 Years Of Piaget Altiplano: Sophisticated Style Versus Fugitive Fashion

Piaget’s Altiplano collection is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful contributions to horological design of the last century. Timeless refinement and unique understatement distinguish both the inside and the outside of this ultra-slim style icon. And now, as it celebrates 60 years of existence, Piaget introduces some gorgeous limited editions of its flagship.

Montblanc’s 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter Unique Piece For Only Watch 2017: Old School To The Core, And That’s A Good Thing!

Montblanc’s 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter for Only Watch is squarely on top of the podium when it comes to reinterpreting successful vintage design: this hand-wound monopusher chronograph with a sophisticated column wheel mechanism exudes an invincible charming retro style that takes you directly back to the 1930s to the birth of its top-tier Minerva caliber.

Porsche Design Porsche 911 GT2 RS: You’ve Seen The Supercar, Now Check Out The Matching Flyback Chronograph

Only very few manufacturers today are capable of conceiving, developing, and producing a genuine in-house movement, especially a chronograph, a task that requires several years and significant investment. Porsche Design’s timepiece division has mastered this challenge, and the brand’s first chronograph movement is now ticking within two timepieces destined for owners of exclusive Porsche 911 models.

Give Me Five! 5 Off-Center Classics With Asymmetrical Awesomeness!

While “normal” classic watches feature the hours, minutes, and perhaps even seconds in the center of the dial, some timepieces step out of line with off-center indications. Check out these five modern classics introduced in 2017 with interesting off-center configurations.