It’s quite intriguing to us to discover what you like to read most, and we trust that it’s fascinating for you to read, too.
For this reason, we present to you the main ten most-clicked posts of 2015 on Quill & Pad.
Without further ado, here they are in no particular order.
Why I Bought It: Vianney Halter Deep Space Tourbillon and Why Philippe Dufour Matters. And It’s Not A Secret
Ian and I are huge advocates of free watchmaking, and we have been for our whole careers. In fact, the craving to keep expounding on the watch business’ mavericks is one of the main reasons we established Quill & Pad.
Therefore, we discover it particularly gratifying to realize that our readers feel the same way.
And in particular to realize that you keep on searching for information on the two that likely could be viewed as the grandfathers of autonomous watchmaking: Philippe Dufour and Vianney Halter.
These two articles composed and photographed by our inhabitant gatherer GaryG are particularly beautiful presents thanks on the insider information imparted and the superb photography of two of GaryG’s valued assortment toppers.
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6 Ways To Spot A Fake Watch, Even If You Don’t Know How To Spot A Fake Watch
What Makes Me Tick is our occupant opinionator. Yet, more than that, it is WMMT’s somewhat pompous, relatively French, yet kind of English dry funny bone that carries a large portion of us to tears with laughter as we read his accounts.
In 6 Ways To Spot A Fake Watch, Even If You Don’t Know How To Spot A Fake Watch , WMMT embarks down a hilarious bullet point article of sage advice for the starting watch enthusiast. A portion of the advice is, obviously, simply common sense. Some clearly tongue-in-cheek.
All of it is, be that as it may, right and ought to be adhered to at any stage of watch collecting.
So to assist with making sure that you are not taken in, click 6 Ways To Spot A Fake Watch, Even If You Don’t Know How To Spot A Fake Watch.
The Seiko SII NE88 Automatic Chronograph Movement: A Change In The Wind? and Grand Seiko: Already Big In Japan And Getting Bigger Near You
Okay, okay, it is fairly clear that many of you, our readers, appreciate it when we report on Seiko.
And this is completely understandable as the head Japanese watch manufacturer’s set of experiences is more complicated and intriguing than one may at any point think. And still fairly obscure in the West.
And: contrary to popular conviction, Seiko doesn’t just manufacture cheap quartz watches. The gamut of the brand’s items runs all the way to exceptional haute horlogerie pieces!
In The Seiko SII NE88 Automatic Chronograph Movement: A Change In The Wind? Joshua investigates a touch of history of the automatic chronograph movement and portrays in some detail the standout features of the new Seiko SII NE88 chronograph movement, which various brands presently use as the engine for their own timepieces.
The 8 Most Accurate Moon Phase Wristwatches Today
This article composed by our occupant geek Joshua Munchow takes a gander at calculating the moon phase complication and records off the accuracy of the main eight most exact mechanical examples on the market as of July 2015.
So you may get a kick out of the chance to look at this fascinating read for certain generally secret facts at: The 8 Most Accurate Moon Phase Wristwatches Today .
Why I Bought It: Jaeger-LeCoultre Tribute To Reverso 1931
Once again GaryG takes us inside his assortment to give background information on why he made the decision to purchase the Jaeger-LeCoultre Tribute to Reverso 1931.
And, as usual, his savvy words are accompanied by really breathtaking photographs. See with your own eyes at: Why I Bought It: Jaeger-LeCoultre Tribute To Reverso 1931.
Introducing Slim d’Hermès: The Elegant New Backbone Of The Hermès Collection
At Baselworld 2015, La Montre Hermès presented its latest assortment, which is aptly named the Slim d’Hermès.
This new arrangement of watches was created with the idea of becoming the new “everyday” assortment for the stylish Parisian house: it is thin, beautiful, understated, and uncommon.
Click to choose for yourself exactly the amount you like it at Introducing Slim d’Hermès: The Elegant New Backbone Of The Hermès Collection .
How Does Nomos Glashütte Make A Beautiful Watch With Manufacture Movement For Under $3,000?
Though we like to zero in on the art of haute horlogerie here at Quill & Pad, that will not prevent us from giving an account of intriguing technical happenings with regards to the universe of watches – regardless of the cost range.
A excursion to visit Nomos Glashütte gave me a decent chance to plunk down with CEO Uwe Ahrendt in view of the goal of explaining how this German brand can make a manufacture movement at the cost it does.
Kind of makes you want to pause and think, doesn’t it?
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Give Me Five! A Radiant Rolex Rainbow At Baselworld 2015
Rolex always impels interest. There is no uncertainty that this brand is likely the most popular in the realm of watches – as well as the most looked for after.
At Baselworld 2015, the Genevan brand that wears a crown in its logo presented a bunch of watches addressing somewhat of a departure over those presented in the last years including another Oyster Perpetual Yacht-Master, new Oyster Perpetual Day-Dates, Datejust Pearlmasters set with all sorts of hued gemstones, and Oyster Perpetuals with astounding, hued dials.
To see with your own eyes, click Give Me Five! A Radiant Rolex Rainbow At Baselworld 2015 .