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Newsletter Summer interviews

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— Interviews, tests and colour: the week was filled with encounters on www.yjk.co

Entering the inner sanctum of Rolex Replica watches UK brands, listening to the movers and shakers of the watchmaking world, experiencing watches: these are the very reasons why WorldTempus exists, and the topics covered in the past week’s editorial programme.

The first to voice his views was Peter Speake-Marin, the watchmaker-founder of the brand bearing his name. With all of his usual frankness, the Englishman explains how his business is developing and maturing, especially in preparing his first ladies’ watch.

And then it was over to Slyde – whose touch screen watch was subjected to a week-long wearer test. How does the virtual hybridisation between mechanical and digital watchmaking materialise on someone’s wrist? The answers were at the fingertips of our Chief Editor – Paul O’Neil.

On Wednesday, Marie de Pimodan-Bugnon introduced us to a new chapter in our “summer watches” series. This one was devoted to coloured, feminine models, a scintillating theme bursting with freshness and style.

On Thursday, WorldTempus handed the floor to Guido Terreni, Director of Bulgari Watch Division, to speak. He recalled the strength of Bulgari’s watchmaking history and spoke of its current news and products. In this vein, we are proud to announce that this brand has joined the circle of WorldTempus partners. We wish it a warm welcome and will be coming back to this subject very soon.

Friday saw the turn of Ms Viviane De Witt, CEO of the Geneva-based brand, to talk to us about her activity, and in particular to tell us about her clients. If you are wondering what exactly a “holiday customer” might be, she provided an explanation as well as many other details.

Next week, we will be focusing on white in general and on the dial in particular, in addition to the approach to vintage Swiss Replica Watches adopted by Vacheron Constantin Fake watch, as well as after-sales service. But above all, we will begin a lengthy series of presentations of the Best Fake Breitling watches competing in the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix.

Geneva Watchmaking Audemars Piguet Grand Prix An interview with Stephen Forsey

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— Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey picked up the Golden Hand at the 2010 edition of the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix (GPHG) for their Double Tourbillon 30° model. A limited edition of 11 Rolex Replica watches.

Winning the Golden Hand award is prestigious enough, but you won two other awards for complicated timepieces at the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix either side of the Golden Hand in 2010. What impact did all these awards have on Greubel Forsey as a brand?

The Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix is renowned around the world for a being a platform to increase awareness of a brand. Particularly for us as such a young company it has been very positive.

What is your rationale for participating in the Best Audemars Piguet Grand Prix Replica Watches On Sale?

We have a competitive spirit. Robert and myself are Omega Replica watchmakers and it is our passion for watchmaking that drives us and our team. It is also good to see that collectors appreciate our pieces. Geneva has a sound historical anchoring in the Audemars Piguet Swiss Replica watchmaking industry but for us it is more about a desire to share our latest timepiece and because of the travelling exhibition it gives people who may never get to see a Greubel Forsey piece chance to actually see one.

How does the Grand Prix rank for you in terms of value and impact compared with, say, the International Chronometry Competition, which you also won in 2011?

The Grand Prix has a stronger accent on the creative side, although there is a jury that is very technically knowledgeable. But it’s quite a different competition from the International Chronometry Competition. Because there is a jury there is a certain subjectivity in terms of assessing the appreciation of aesthetics and all the other aspects, whereas in the International Chronometry Competition you submit your piece and then it is a question of objective testing of performance and reliability. The two are therefore very complementary.

The last few winners at the Grand Prix have had some form of new technology that has been recognised. Do you think that the Golden Hand validates technological progress to a certain extent?

Because we won the Golden Hand, Robert and myself were both invited to sit on the jury representing Greubel Forsey and having participated in the process I can see the importance of technology because you have people with a technical background who will be looking at the specifications of the pieces. But in terms of the Grand Prix, because of the composition of the jury from around the world and the very complete knowledge of the experts, this gives a good cross-section of what collectors are going to see and are going to be excited by.

On the subject of collectors, the timepieces you make are in a different league to most of your competitors in the Grand Prix. Since you are thus addressing a different kind of customer, do they have a greater appreciation of the value of the award?

Yes, the high-end collector is very sensitive to this. They will be looking for the latest news about the Grand Prix. There have often been collectors on the jury itself so I think that shows the level of interest. But also as we saw with some of last year’s winners there is a wide interest across the board and it’s nice to see that AP Grand Prix Swiss Replica watchmaking is not just focused on a small number of high-end, hand-made, hand-finished pieces but also on a wider and more accessible area in terms of pieces made in larger volumes.

Aside from the Grand Prix, do you have plans to celebrate your tenth anniversary this year?

It is indeed ten years since we launched at Baselworld and delivered our first pieces. But for us it is more a moment to have a retrospective of the creations of these first ten years. We reunited seventeen calibres that we have developed over this period for a photo. That for us is a way of revisiting those creations and looking over the ten years. But it’s not really in our spirit to capitalise on the ten years to make an anniversary piece. We already have a lot of creations we are working on, which we anticipate that collectors will be pleased about.

What you might have missed…

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— We look back at the diverse activities by Rolex Replica watches Sale brands over the past month.

Harry Winston Longines Cronoswiss Jaquet Droz Zenith Perrelet Seiko Chopard Richard Mille IWC Baume & Mercier Dior

Chronoswiss made its debut as a partner brand of Worldtempus last month. The brand has major plans, which will become more concrete in August with the official opening of the its new “House of Chronoswiss” in Lucerne in August. The brand has a cult following thanks to classic timepieces such as the Sirius Retrograde Day.

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Sirius Retrograde Day.
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France was the focus for new store openings, with Christophe Claret opening its first store in France in the nation’s capital and Harry Winston looking to capture a share of the seasonal custom on the French Riviera with a new store in Cannes.

Baume et Mercier and Longines replica watch both put ladies first, the former with the launch of its new Promesse ladies’ collection in France  and the latter with its Ladies Awards dedicated to women who are active in the equestrian world. As a presenting partner of the Béjart Ballet Lausanne, Jaquet Droz helped to treat Parisians to a rare show by the company last month before it headed off to Mexico.

In the more masculine world of motorsport, Zenith’s intrepid ambassador Felix Baumgartner enjoyed his first taste of endurance racing in the Nürburgring 24 hours, where he battled against another Breitling Replica watches brand ambassador, IWC’s Abdulaziz Turki Al Faisal.

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Felix Baumgartner
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