Struthers Kullberg Edition

Meet The Struthers: English Watchmaking The Old-Fashioned Way . . . Sort Of – Reprise

When you walk into the Struthers’s Birmingham workshop, you feel like you could be stepping a century back into the history of horology. Until you spy a few of Rebecca Struthers’s tattoos, and then you know you are in the here and now. Meet Craig and Rebecca Struthers: two modern watchmakers doing things the old-fashioned way. Sort of.

Rick Hale shaping wood gear

Rick Hale: Wooden Clocks Designed And Built As If By John Harrison Except Today And In The USA (Beautiful Photos + Videos)

Clockmakers rarely get the credit they deserve, and Elizabeth Doerr believes that Rick Hale is deserving of at least a few minutes of your attention because this young autodidact clockmaker is doing something unique: handmaking self-designed clocks out of wood according to some of John Harrison’s principles.

F.P. Journe Tourbillon Souverain Vertical wristshot

F.P. Journe Tourbillon Souverain Vertical: An Upright Shift To The Future

The Tourbillon Souverain Vertical now replaces the iconic Tourbillon Souverain in F.P. Journe’s standing collection, even though it is an entirely different take on tourbillon movement architecture, one that seeks to return to the days of Breguet with a vertically oriented tourbillon placed perpendicular to the movement.

Visiting Wunderkind Independent Watchmaker Konstantin Chaykin In Moscow (Video)

The Watches TV visited independent watchmaker Konstantin Chaykin at his home workshop in Moscow. This 16-minute video, which begins with a quick walkthrough of a museum in the Kremlin that showcases historical clocks from all over Europe, goes through practically all of Chaykin’s stellar, creative timepieces.

Ming Thein’s Ochs und Junior is perfectly suited to be worn every day under every circumstance

Design Your Own Watch? A Collector Explains The Pros And Cons With Ochs Und Junior – Reprise

Ming Thein has been a passionate watch enthusiast for many years, as well as a watch collector (as far as his budget allows). He has experienced the joy of getting a watch precisely to his liking in a simple, reductionist philosophy with a comparatively pedestrian movement – but including a very interesting complication and aesthetic. Here Ming shares his experience in designing his own watch with Ochs und Junior.

In-house beauty: Akrivia AK-06

A Collector’s View: Is Akrivia Bound For Glory? – Reprise

If you follow the world of independent watchmaking, by now you’ve almost certainly heard of watchmaker Rexhep Rexhepi and his Akrivia watches. Since arriving on the scene in 2012 with its first tourbillon-based watch, Akrivia has continued to delight. But is this independent bound for glory?

Urwerk UR-111C wristshot

Urwerk UR-111C: A New Titan Among Titans (Plus Video)

The UR-111C is only the second Urwerk timepiece to feature a linear time display. Joshua Munchow thinks it is all sorts of cool and explains why.

Greubel Forsey Art Piece Edition Historique

Greubel Forsey Art Piece Edition Historique: A Brand Aesthetic Retrospective In One Wristwatch

The awesome Greubel Forsey Art Piece Edition Historique is a true coalescence of a decade and a half of horological exploration into something stunningly simple and complicated all at once. Joshua Munchow explains why.

Harry Winston Opus V on the wrist

Felix Baumgartner, Urwerk, Harry Winston, And The Opus V: Where On Earth Did That Come From? – Reprise

Blast from the past! This post is a “reprint” of an article Ian wrote that was first published on The PuristS in 2005 and it covers Felix Baumgartner, Urwerk, the Harry Winston Rare Timepieces Opus V, The Urwerk 103.03, plus an Urwerk 103.03 user review. Enjoy!

MB&F HM6 Final Edition wristshot

MB&F Horological Machine N°6 Final Edition: The Last HM6, But Not The Best

Martin Green ranks the Horological Machine N°6 Sapphire Vision, which MB&F released in 2016, as one of the most memorable watches ever created. And now with the final edition of Horological Machine N°6 he asks whether MB&F saved the best for last.