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An Introduction To Our Partners Attending Baselworld 2018

As I’m sure you all know, we have a fair few partners heading out there this year -a grand total of six in fact – so I thought I’d take the chance to give you a look at some of the new Baselworld 2018 releases. So, make an appointment or drop by our stands to see the Watchmaker’s Club in full swing; this is only a taste of what’s to come.

Andreas Strehler

Andreas Strehler is known as the Engineer for the Brands and Watchmaker for the Few. Famous for his record-breaking complications, he produces only a handful of watches each year, and 2018 is going to be something really special. We can’t reveal too much right now, but don’t worry – it’ll be worth the wait.

Join Andreas Strehler and his team at Hall 1.1, Booth L12 Les Ateliers – UhrTeil AG

Website: http://astrehler.ch

Email: presse@astrehler.ch

Andreas Strehler's Lune Exacte

Christiaan Van Der Klaauw

The Dutch company based in Heerenveen, craft high-end timepieces par excellence with at least one astronomical complication. They’re also famous for their use of Aventurine glass, creating a starry sky backdrop that will be showcased for the first time in black in their 2018 novelty: The Planetarium Black Aventurine Glass.

Join the team at Hall 2, Stand D11

Website: http://www.klaauw.com/eng

Email: info@klaauw.com


Garrick

Based in their own manufacture in Norfolk, Garrick works to extremely high standards – standards that were pushed ever higher with the introduction of their new exclusive movement, the UT-G01. As guests of Andreas Strehler, Garrick will be showcasing their latest exceptional timepiece and brainchild of master watchmaker Craig Baird, the S1.

Join David Brailsford and Simon Michlmayr at Hall 1.1, Booth L12 Les Ateliers – UhrTeil AG

Website: http://www.garrick.co.uk

Email: info@garrick.co.uk

GoS Watches

GoS Watches was born out of a shared passion held by master bladesmith Johan Gustafsson and master watchmaker Patrik Sjögren – a passion to bring together traditional Scandinavian crafts of hand-forging Damascus steel with fine watchmaking. GoS will be honouring the Swedish Vikings by showcasing its first Bronze watch, the Väring

Our good friend Patrik will be exhibiting at the Hyperion hotel (formerly the Ramada).

Website: https://www.goswatches.com

Email: patrik.sjogren@goswatches.com

The new bronze Varing watch by GoS

Moritz Grossmann

Moritz Grossmann crafts exquisite timepieces for the delectation of purists with no-compromise construction methods and matching craftsmanship. There’s no better opportunity than Baselworld 2018 to get hands-on with the Saxon watchmaker’s stunning gold Atum timepiece.

Join the team, Hall 1.1, Stand L01

Website: https://www.grossmann-uhren.com

Email: robin.young@grossmann-uhren.com

Vault Swiss

Vault redefine how time is displayed. Their inaugural timepiece, the V1, developed in collaboration with movement specialist Andreas Strehler, proclaims time differently each occasion the watch is set. This will be the first outing of both the V1 and the immaculately finished V1+ since the brand was founded two years ago.

Join Mark, Hall 1.1, Booth L12 Les Ateliers – UhrTeil AG

Website: http://www.vault.swiss

Email: mark.schwarz@vault.swiss

Vault Swiss v1 watch made in Switzerland

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