The anachronistic voyage… I have doubts if these few lines are of any interest to anybody at all. This is certainly not a bit to “shill” the Endurance by Habring2 (already sold out) especially about the wonderful piece by Watchonista a couple of days ago. It isn’t even a review of the Endurance, but instead...Read More
Introducing: The Habring2 x Massena LAB ERWIN LAB03 Massena LAB, the timepiece creation studio founded by watch industry veteran William Massena, is proud to announce the release of the Habring2 x Massena LAB ERWIN LAB03, a new timepiece in collaboration with watchmaker Joshua N. Shapiro and certified by the Horological Society of New York. The...Read More
The CronotempVs by Habring2 COSZM is the 2nd collaboration between the Club and Maria and Richard Habring following the highly successful and warm reception to the CronotempVs 6 Deadbeat Seconds complication. For this limited edition Club watch, the focus is on something that has technical and historical significance to the only true independent watchmakers from...Read More
The Day the Seconds Stood Still Presenting a “Dead-Beat Seconds” or “Jumping Seconds” in 2014 was certainly a gamble. Even if most interested parties where already well seasoned watch collectors, back in 2014 very few understood a complication that seemed to mimic a quartz movement (even if it predates quartz by decades),despite being present in...Read More
The Noble and Timelessly Beautiful Habring² – Doppel Felix Rattrapante With Its Older Brother’s DNA Many will still remember the “double helix” as DNA strands from biology class. “Doppel Felix” does not only sound similar, but also has – as the name of the model suggests – the DNA of Felix, which was the starting...Read More
Habring² and CronotempVs Collectors unite to recreate a unique timepiece that rescues the Top Second, an indication from the 60’s The creative process of the “Endurance” is inspired by a feat of human resistance. When Habring² and CronotempVs Collectors got together to create the Endurance, a watch with unique characteristics, Ernest Shackleton and his arctic...Read More
Habring² Perpetual-Doppel, a Little Bit of Eternity Compared to the normal life expectancy of a high-quality mechanical wristwatch, 15 years is a relatively short period of time. With a little bit of luck, your Habring² Perpetual-Doppel will need no more than just the second works service. However, 15 years are enough to write watch history. Habring...Read More
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