Andreas Strehler – Engineer for the Brands – Watchmaker for the Few

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The book tells the story of Andreas Strehler’s early years, his creations up to present and gives an insight into his philosophy of watchmaking. Interspersed with many technical drawings and photographs, Andreas Strehler’s inventions and elegant technical solutions are explained in detail.

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Andreas Strehler – engineer for the brands and watchmaker for the few

According to the authors, Andreas Strehler who modestly calls himself watchmaker is, in fact, one of today’s leading designing engineers of watch movements. As an independent movement designer, he has worked for a variety of watch companies and also makes his own remarkable watches.

The book tells the story of Andreas Strehler’s early years, his creations up to present and gives an insight into his philosophy of watchmaking. Interspersed with many technical drawings and photographs, Andreas Strehler’s inventions and elegant technical solutions are explained in detail.

The authors also give insight into Andreas Strehler’s workshop and discuss what to look for in an haute horlogerie watch.

The book will be available in bookshops, on the publisher’s website (www.uhrenliteraturshop.de) and directly from Andreas Strehler.

Title Andreas Strehler – Engineer for the Brands – Watchmaker for the Few
Authors Michael Philip Horlbeck / Alexander Krausz
Hardcover 176 pages
Publisher Verlag Historische Uhrenbücher, Berlin
Language English
Dimensions 23 x 21 cm

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Engineer For The Brands And Watchmaker For The Few

  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.

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