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Baselworld 2013 : Urwerk

Date: Jun 02, 2013,14:12 PM -  (view entire thread)

I knew that 2013 would be a very special year for Urwerk. Actually, I had the chance to speak with the Urwerk team in Geneva at the beginning of the year and what they told me was very promising.

So, here it is, Urwerk has just unveiled its very first in-house movement. But I would like to say that's not the main point. After all, the modules created by Felix Baumgartner are so efficient and nicely made that the basic calibers like the Peseux 7001, the GP, the Lajoux-Perret which were (ou are) used play their role without any problem. They are reliable and accurate. So, do we really need an in-house movement?

And of course, with Felix, Martin and the Urwerk team, we could expect something different, something which would go beyond a "mere" caliber...

EMC is a new step in watchmaking. It is the crossroads between two worlds: the worlds of mechanics and of electronics. EMC has the objective to be accurate with a constant behaviour, enjoyable and interactive with the owner of the watch which will use it.

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