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The web encyclopedia Watch Wiki presents an abundance of information about top quality wristwatches and the most prestigious watch companies which produce them.

With emphasis on high class mechanical watches and covering the best timepieces and their manufacturers in the first place, this watch wiki suits as reading matter for the connoisseur of this fascinating species of watches. So one could call it a special "Wikipedia for Watches".

Here you can find an abundance of details about the leading watch brands and the best timepieces of the world, but also background reports about watch history and about the famous watchmakers and their career.

The comprehensive database can easily be searched via an extremely powerful engine, which generates alphabetical and category-grouped lists in seconds.

This website is also very useful as a handy shopping guide, because it is very fast, neutral, independant and provides important background information.

New total numbers: 2,283 images and 7,470 pages, including 2,840 articles.


Top 10: Most Popular Watch Brands and Models
In the News

Greubel Forsey Grande Sonnerie
© Greubel Forsey

Greubel Forsey wins the prize for the extraordinary mechanical watch at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève

With this hitherto most complicated watch developed by this manufacturer, Greubel Forsey wins the “Mechanical Exception” award at the 18th Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG).

Robert Greubel, Stephen Forsey and their team completed eleven years of research for this model, assembled no less than 935 components, filed two patents, incorporated Greubel Forsey's third basic invention (the Tourbillon 24 Secondes), developed an acoustic resonance cage generating an extreme purity of sound, installed eleven functional safety features, and carried out a three-year wear test.

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Sinn 1800 Damaszener
© Sinn

Sinn presents a watch made of Damascus steel on the MunichTime 2018

The Frankfurt watch manufacturer Sinn presented a 100 pieces limited watch made of Damascus steel on the MunichTime in 2018. In order to bring the characteristics textures of Damascus steel to the fore – an organic pattern of alternating bands of light and dark – the dial and central part of the case are forged from a complete steel block rather than designed as separate components, as is customary. The result is rather remarkable: for the Damascus pattern on the dial continues across the entire case to create a fascinating and impressive whole.

Damascus steel has fascinated humankind for centuries. It gained its legendary reputation above all in the making of swords, knives and blades. Damascus steel is a combination of at least two different types of steel, layered to create the aforesaid surface design.

The traditional art of making Damascus steel is very elaborate and portrays a unique blend of craftsmanship and application. During production, the different types of steel are layered and forge-welded together.

The piece is then forged, halved while in a glowing state and layered together again. Experts refer to this as ‘folding’. By combining soft and hard steels, a new kind of steel is created, one which displays properties of both. In the final stage of production, the Damascus pattern is made visible through surface etching. The steels are dissolved to varying extents by acid, thus forming the typical light and dark nuances.

Also during production of the 1800 S DAMASZENER, the layered structure is made visible through final surface etching, which gives the material its characteristic appearance. Each watch thus becomes an extraordinary and unique timepiece, as the flow of lines cannot be physically manipulated.




Bell & Ross BR S-92 Golden Heritage
© Bell & Ross

Stylish timepiece by Bell & Ross

In December 2018, Bell & Ross presents this new model with the typical square case. The watch has a black dial with gilded indices and can optionally to be combined with a caramel colored leather bracelet or a Milanaise strap.
Watch Wiki News

New articles and changes are always listed up-to-date here. Clicking on the shortened link leads directly to the right spot.

Inside Watch Wiki

Wiki Update

29.10.2018: Overdue after a long break: This wiki and the German version (uhren-wiki.net) are now being updated. Increasingly important is the mobile version (for smartphones), which now has a higher visitor number than the desktop version.
Some design details have already been updated. The correction of the image calls was particularly necessary: If one selects pictures at the mobile version there is no more endless waiting loop, but the right page is shown, and from there, by pressing again, the full representation of each image can be displayed.

>>> Wiki news archive >>>
Remarkable Models
Temption CM-06 © Temption

Automatic

  • Sinn 657
    Top quality at a still unbeaten price/performance ratio

Hand winding

Hand winding ultra flat

Chronographs - self-winding

Chronographs - manual winding

World Timers / Watches with Additional Time Zone

Watches with Repetition

Vacheron Constantin Tour de L'Ile © Vacheron Constantin

Watches with Perpetual Calendar

Astronomical Watches - self-winding

Astronomical Watches - manual winding

Watch Wiki — A 'Watchpedia' about the Best Watches and Watch Brands in the World

Watch Wiki — The Best Watches and Watch Brands in the World

The web encyclopedia Watch Wiki presents an abundance of information about top quality wristwatches and the most prestigious watch companies which produce them.

With emphasis on high class mechanical watches and covering the best timepieces and their manufacturers in the first place, this watch wiki suits as reading matter for the connoisseur of this fascinating species of watches. So one could call it a special "Wikipedia for Watches".

Here you can find an abundance of details about the leading watch brands and the best timepieces of the world, but also background reports about watch history and about the famous watchmakers and their career.

The comprehensive database can easily be searched via an extremely powerful engine, which generates alphabetical and category-grouped lists in seconds.

This website is also very useful as a handy shopping guide, because it is very fast, neutral, independant and provides important background information.

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New total numbers: 2,283 images and 7,470 pages, including 2,840 articles.

Top 10: Most Popular Watch Brands and Models
In the News

Greubel Forsey Grande Sonnerie
© Greubel Forsey

Greubel Forsey wins the prize for the extraordinary mechanical watch at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève

With this hitherto most complicated watch developed by this manufacturer, Greubel Forsey wins the “Mechanical Exception” award at the 18th Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG).

Robert Greubel, Stephen Forsey and their team completed eleven years of research for this model, assembled no less than 935 components, filed two patents, incorporated Greubel Forsey's third basic invention (the Tourbillon 24 Secondes), developed an acoustic resonance cage generating an extreme purity of sound, installed eleven functional safety features, and carried out a three-year wear test.

more >>>




Sinn 1800 Damaszener
© Sinn

Sinn presents a watch made of Damascus steel on the MunichTime 2018

The Frankfurt watch manufacturer Sinn presented a 100 pieces limited watch made of Damascus steel on the MunichTime in 2018. In order to bring the characteristics textures of Damascus steel to the fore – an organic pattern of alternating bands of light and dark – the dial and central part of the case are forged from a complete steel block rather than designed as separate components, as is customary. The result is rather remarkable: for the Damascus pattern on the dial continues across the entire case to create a fascinating and impressive whole.

Damascus steel has fascinated humankind for centuries. It gained its legendary reputation above all in the making of swords, knives and blades. Damascus steel is a combination of at least two different types of steel, layered to create the aforesaid surface design.

The traditional art of making Damascus steel is very elaborate and portrays a unique blend of craftsmanship and application. During production, the different types of steel are layered and forge-welded together.

The piece is then forged, halved while in a glowing state and layered together again. Experts refer to this as ‘folding’. By combining soft and hard steels, a new kind of steel is created, one which displays properties of both. In the final stage of production, the Damascus pattern is made visible through surface etching. The steels are dissolved to varying extents by acid, thus forming the typical light and dark nuances.

Also during production of the 1800 S DAMASZENER, the layered structure is made visible through final surface etching, which gives the material its characteristic appearance. Each watch thus becomes an extraordinary and unique timepiece, as the flow of lines cannot be physically manipulated.




Bell & Ross BR S-92 Golden Heritage
© Bell & Ross

Stylish timepiece by Bell & Ross

In December 2018, Bell & Ross presents this new model with the typical square case. The watch has a black dial with gilded indices and can optionally to be combined with a caramel colored leather bracelet or a Milanaise strap.
Remarkable Models
Temption CM-06 © Temption

Automatic

  • Sinn 657
    Top quality at a still unbeaten price/performance ratio

Hand winding

Hand winding ultra flat

Chronographs - self-winding

Chronographs - manual winding

World Timers / Watches with Additional Time Zone

Watches with Repetition

Vacheron Constantin Tour de L'Ile © Vacheron Constantin

Watches with Perpetual Calendar

Astronomical Watches - self-winding

Astronomical Watches - manual winding

Watch Wiki News

New articles and changes are always listed up-to-date here. Clicking on the shortened link leads directly to the right spot.

Inside Watch Wiki

Wiki Update

29.10.2018: Overdue after a long break: This wiki and the German version (uhren-wiki.net) are now being updated. Increasingly important is the mobile version (for smartphones), which now has a higher visitor number than the desktop version.
Some design details have already been updated. The correction of the image calls was particularly necessary: If one selects pictures at the mobile version there is no more endless waiting loop, but the right page is shown, and from there, by pressing again, the full representation of each image can be displayed.

>>> Wiki news archive >>>