Category Archives: ETA 28XX

introducing: Formex, Watches with Patented Suspension System

Foreword At Watchprojects.com, we like to discuss watchmaking in the second part of the XX century. A lot of trends have appeared during that era, and their precursors don’t always get the recognition they deserve. In 2010, editor Francis J. had an interesting correspondence with Mister Brendon Nunes, founder of Trintec Industries Inc. , which led to the […]

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introducing: ROTOR Watches, Proudly Made in Germany

Located near München, Germany, ROTOR Uhren is specialized in affordable German military timepieces. Being a lover of watches himself, founder Frank Schiffner began selling watches with his own brand in 2004 through Direct Marketing (mail order). Herr Schiffner has connections with local suppliers, and he tries to source the finest components to build watches at affordable prices. The movements are […]

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introducing Genesis, a successful endeavour in watchmaking

A couple of years ago, watchmaker Christine Genesis launched her own watch brand. Trained in the German metalsmithing city of Pforzheim, Genesis spent three years working on watch repair before moving to an important after-sales workshop, where she got to play with all kinds of high-end mechanical watches for seven further years. During their training, […]

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New Prometheus Collections

Amongst micro-brands, Prometheus (www.prometheuswatch.com) is very prolific. After the Ocean Diver, Recon 5 and Manta Ray, this microbrew brand has been expanding their collection range with new additions: Baiji Featuring tritium vials, this nautical watch uses an ST2130 movement made by Tianjin Seagull. Tritium vials use the radioactive decay of tritium to keep the compound shining. The […]

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introducing: Tiburon Watch

Based in Barcelona, Spain, watchmaker Sergio Fernandez Pons named his company after the Spanish name of a shark species: Tiburón Watch. The brand’s mission is to offer high quality diver, dual-time, military and classic watches. Their motto is “Swiss Heart and Barcelona Design”. Their first collection, the HammerHead Shark, is built in Germany and features […]

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