Kudoke 2 By Stefan Kudoke: Handcrafted Movement, Artistic Dial, Sensational Value

The clarity of the minimalist, yet artistic dial of Stefan Kudoke’s Kudoke 2 makes this watch extremely appealing. But when you turn it over and see the gorgeous movement, it’s all over: you’ve fallen in love.

A, Lange % Söhne 3/4 plate

How The Wall Came Tumbling Down: Made In Germany

I clearly remember watching the history-altering events on television on November 9, 1989: the day that the Berlin Wall came tumbling down. Since then, watchmaking in Germany, just like the country as a whole, has undergone a lot of change. The rebirth of Glashütte’s horological industry is an unparalleled story, one coming with a great number of human-condition stories that will someday need lots of telling . . . and here is the first.

Cutting out bridges by hand for the Kudoke Real Skeleton

Skeletonized Or Skeleton-Ized: Stefan Kudoke Knows

Stefan Kudoke’s Real Skeleton was inspired by 400-year-old memento mori timepieces, which address the transience of time in a symbolic manner. This model is just plain fun while displaying Kudoke’s creativity, make no bones about it!

Lange & Heyne Augustus anniversary watch

Give Me Five! German Watches From Baselworld 2014

While the two most well known German brands are A. Lange & Söhne and Glashütte Original, there are quite a few smaller German brands deserving our attention. Some with names you may have heard of, a few you may not have: Nomos, Lange & Heyne, Tutima, Kudoke and Leinfelder among them.