German Watches

Glashütte Original Senator Chronometer Wit Blue Dial Mens Watch

At Baselworld this year, Glashütte Original Mens Watches came out with a new variant of the Glashütte Original Senator Chronometer, a white gold piece with a blue dial. Glashütte Original Senator Chronometer Blue Watch Watch Releases

Dresses Watches---Moritz Grossmann Tefnut

Moritz Watches

Established in 2008, the Glashütte-based watch brand Moritz Grossmann takes the title from probably the most gifted German watch manufacturing company of his age who established their own manufacture in 1854 urged by his friend Ferdinand Adolph Lange. Regrettably his company closed as he died suddenly in 1885.

German Watches---NIVREL Edition Replique Collection

Here introduce a german watch. The Edition Replique engages using the history of the trademark. With the watches, we're getting historic NIVREL models to existence! Already in 1994, Acid reflux Hofer presented the reference N 515.001, a homage for an old NIVREL chronograph in the nineteen forties. The 'new' watch was outfitted having a special movement: The Lemania 1873 chronograph movement with manual winding. The timepiece was restricted to 100 pieces and offered out quickly.

German Watches---ARCHIMEDE Watch Collection

ARCHIMEDE is a famous German watch.Almost 90 experience within the watch industry supports ARCHIMEDE excellence. Beginning using the design, with the production up until the final control: Things are produced in Pforzheim / Germany. Here the prototypes are made, the ICKLER made cases manufactured and lastly the entire watch put together and controlled.

German Watches---NIVREL Edition Héritage Collection

Styling on most German watches is stark and minimalist, following a Bauhaus aesthetic of unpolluted lines and form following function. There's a refreshing insufficient writing around the dials, sober utilization of color and a focus on readability. Cases frequently have straight edges, tilted lugs and beveled flanks. Even going to the inexperienced eye, the DNA of the German watch is obvious, similar to the purposeful elegance which makes that country’s automobiles, tools and cameras instantly identifiable.