German watchmaker, NOMOS Glashütte, recently published a short video that shows many of the processes that go into making a watch. From the person who manually finishes the ratchet and duplex wheels with Glashütte’s signature sunburst finish, to the machine that laser engraves the caseback, the video gives a good look into a brand that offers some of the most affordable manufacture made timepieces available today.
This year at Baselworld TAG Heuer launched the Monaco V4 Tourbillon, the first ever belt-driven tourbillon. Like the original Monaco V4, which was first unveiled in 2004, the Monaco V4 Tourbillon utilizes a linear mass that moves the belts which in turn powers the four barrels.
To promote the new blue Tudor Heritage Black Bay timepiece, which was launched last week at Baselworld 2014, Tudor produced a short video with the music and feel of a scene from a Bond film. Read more about the new Black Bay here.
This is a teaser video for the soon to be released Christophe Claret Margot Ladies’ watch. The Margot represents the first women’s watch from the Manufacture Christophe Claret and will be launched next week at Baselworld.
Van Cleef & Arpels added two elegant new men’s timepieces to their Pierre Arpels collection this year: the Pierre Arpels Platinum and the Pierre Arpels Heure d’ici & Heure d’ailleurs. The former is a basic time only model and the latter features double jumping hours with retrograde minutes (in video above).