A BRIEF HISTORY
Andreas Strehler is legendary in the field of watchmaking. He is often described as the ‘Engineer for the brands’ having created an impressive body of work, including the H. Moser & Cie Perpetual One, the Harry Winston Opus 7, the Maître du Temps Chapter 3 and the Maurice Lacroix Le Chronographe.
While his skills are in demand by watchmaking brands around the globe, Andreas Strehler has also gained a reputation for timepieces bearing his own illustrious name. His Sauterelle à lune perpétuelle redefined the moon phase, delivering accuracy to approximately 2.045 million years and securing a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
His body of work pairs technical expertise with flawless finishing. The latest timepiece from Andreas Strehler, the Sauterelle á heuere mondiale, features a three-dimensional depiction of the world in the lower portion of the dial and coupled this with a sumptuous blue horological canvas. Indeed, beyond its technical merit, an Andreas Strehler watch is considered a ticking work of art.