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June 23, 2017

Looks that Kill: Up close with the Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre

Omega has enjoyed a great partnership with the James Bond franchise since it became the world’s favourite secret agent’s watch of choice 12 years ago in GoldenEye. Prior to this we saw other watch brands in the films including Rolex and Seiko; although as Ian Fleming described his character to be that of a Naval Commander, it seems a fitting choice that the Seamaster has been used and is still represented today. In fact most British Armed Forces were likely to have been issued with an Omega watch WWII onwards, so such historical ties have always existed.


Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre LE


With the release of Spectre in 2015, the 24th James Bond film, Omega produced the actual watch worn in the film by Daniel Craig in the form of 7,007 limited edition timepieces, though this time ‘updated with a new edge of innovation and attitude’. With prior 007 editions made by Omega over the years, what makes this timepiece one any more special? Mr. Woolfe saw this as a great opportunity to purchase one and here’s what we think.


“Does it do anything?….It tells the time”


If you recall in ‘Spectre’, the scene where the character ‘Q’ presents James Bond with a Seamaster 300, Bond bluntly asks “Does it do anything?” Q’s simple reply is that of “It tells the time”. At the end of the day, putting all hype to one side, that is exactly what a watch needs to do. Looking at the Omega website, you’ll see in fact there are fifteen versions of the Seamaster 300 ranging from Stainless Steel, Yellow Gold, Sedna Gold, combination metals and Titanium. What’s so unique about this watch you may ask?

Well apart from having an immediate darker edge than the other models, once you start paying close attention, you begin to realise there are notable aesthetic changes specific to this iconic timepiece. Firstly, what stood out was that the 12 o’clock Arabic numeral is replaced with a larger Omega logo in silver with the Seamaster wording matching that of the vintage lume elsewhere. The dial has a matt finish, which upon closer inspection has a slight grainy texture and may look like a sandwich (two layer) type, however, the hour markers are actually etched out and filled with ‘vintage’ Super-Luminova.


Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre LE


Other distinguishing features that jump out are that it sports the coveted ‘lollipop’ style seconds hand similar to the original 1959 CK2913, opposed to the modern spear tip version which all the other Seamaster 300’s have. It also is the only model with a bi-directional ceramic bezel featuring Omega’s ‘LiquidMetal’ with indices running from 0-11, so that it can keep time with any time zones. The watch is that of 41mm in diameter and is housed in a stainless steel case with sapphire crystal on front and caseback. It features the calibre 8400 movement that has two barrels giving it a power reserve of 60 hours and also has anti-magnetic resistance to 15,000 gauss. Omega ingeniously created special alloys in the mechanical movements mean that it does not require a Faraday Cage thus allowing full protection from magnetic fields and therefore the ability to showcase inner workings to the owner via the transparent caseback.

The watch comes with a five stripe black and grey NATO strap and a stainless steel bracelet that features an extension system known as ‘rack & push’ allowing easy adjustments to be made. Omega paid attention to all the little details in including the 007 logo on both straps and encapsulating everything in an impressive huge presentation wooden box (which includes a strap change tool and loupe). In order to unlock the box, a code needs to be set and you guessed it, what other number combination could it be other than 007! It’s the small things like these that get watch collectors and Bond enthusiasts excited and Omega pulls out all the stops here.


Mission successful for the Seamaster 300


Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre LE


The verdict? All in all, as James Bond watches go, this limited edition (only 7,007 pieces made) probably is one of the best to date, incorporating the hallmarks of high-tech materials, a superior in-house movement and a stylish minimalist look that stays true to its heritage. Thanks to our friends at an Omega Boutique in London, we were quite lucky to have bagged one, in fact probably one of the last few mint pieces left for sale in the UK. Here at Mr. Woolfe, we feel that the Seamaster 300 LE Spectre is definitely an investment timepiece that delivers on all levels and will certainly make any proud owner feel like they are a secret agent themselves.

A must have for James Bond fans. Full technical info can be found at the official Omega website

Mr. Woolfe dedicates this blog to the late Sir Roger Moore (1927 – 2017).  One of the longest serving James Bond where he graced the screen in seven films; and as a child of the 80’s, he was the actor that introduced myself amongst millions of others to the world of 007. A charismatic gentleman and great ambassador of British film, who will be missed.

March 21, 2017

Exclusive interview with Mark Schwarz, Founder & CEO of VAULT

Mr. Woolfe had the privilege of meeting the VAULT team during the fall of 2016 and managed to catch their Founder & CEO Mark Schwarz for an exclusive interview whilst he embarks upon a world tour in the lead up to Basel World 2017.

Mr. Woolfe (MWF): So Mark, what does the VAULT brand signify? 

Mark Schwarz (MS): First and foremost, VAULT is a brand which is not about timekeeping, but time itself. Time is extremely precious which no one can control and everyone has a unique perception of it. This is the DNA of VAULT.


MWF: Tell us more about the VAULT journey and where the inspiration came from?

MS: VAULT evolved from a deep passion for watches. It all started off with my first Flik Flak watch, which I got as a present from my parents. At the beginning I was interested in prestigious brands such as Rolex, Patek and AP, though at some point I went a bit crazy and fell in love with brands which where all about pushing the boundaries in terms of displaying time. I like to compare it with diving; on the surface you will see the “normal” fish which everyone has seen before, but the deeper you dive, the more exotic and exciting the creatures are.


MWF: Was there a person or turning point in your career that prompted you to explore the beginnings of VAULT?

MS: Yes, it actually all started off in a beer garden in Munich! It was a bright sunny day in summer 2013. My spouse and I were having a great time enjoying a beer, when after months of thinking about creating my own watch I came up with this concept of having a fully independent watch movement. As the movement in our watch would not be externally controlled it would symbolically represent time, which we cannot control. It was unbelievable, and I could see all the puzzle pieces come together like an animation movie unraveling in my head. I knew at the time that it was a special moment, although it took some time to understand the full magnitude.


MWF: Being Swiss based, how do you intend to break into what is essentially a tough industry?

MS: Great question. Nobody has been waiting for another Swiss watch brand and with the industry facing challenging times, you could be tempted to think this might be completely wrong time to launch a new brand! We however, believe the opposite is true based on the following three points:

  1. With our unique concept, VAULT is not just creating watches, but a new chapter in watch making.
  2. By creating a watch which changes its appearance whenever you set the time, we are pushing the boundaries of exclusivity and personal connection to a watch.
  3. Every VAULT watch is commissioned, which (in my opinion) is the highest level of luxury. It also allows us to connect directly with the fans of our brand and build long lasting relationships with our customers.


MWF: Where do you see the Swiss and mechanical watch industry moving innovation wise? Thoughts on the digital watch space?

MS: I believe a lot of brands in the Swiss watch industry need to innovate in terms of their business model. It is especially important for small independent brands to leverage their story through social media channels, making it now easier than ever to connect directly with watch enthusiasts around the world. This is crucial in allowing serious watch collectors to not only interact directly with the brands they like, but to know the key people behind them.

As for digital watches, I see them as a huge opportunity and not a threat. Digital watches will attract more and more young people to be interested in watches, who to some extent, will then want to eventually upgrade to a mechanical watch or wear both.



“The dial had to have certain design cues reminiscent of a bank vault door, protecting precious time behind it.”


MWF: How has the watch community responded to the unique concept of the V1?

MS: Pretty surprised and excited, as it is not very often that something so fundamentally different like the V1 appears on the market. We could not have had a better response and we cannot wait to see the reactions when everyone sees the watch in person this Autumn.


MWF: Who would you say is your ideal customer? In other words who in your mind wears your brand / watch?

MS: Our customers are affluent watch collectors, who love exclusive mechanical watches with unique time displays. The majority already possess an impressive collection of watches and have a solid overall knowledge of the industry. As VAULT is a start-up, we appeal to such collectors who are not looking for big names, but for independent watch brands that produce exclusive watches which cannot be seen on every street corner. We have found that our customers are not interested in status symbols, rather strive for works of art with a higher meaning.


MWF: What is the V1?

MS: The V1 is first and foremost a tribute to the preciousness of time. It is mechanical art which boasts a couple of breathtaking world premieres, all having one purpose; to let us appreciate and experience time in a different way.


MWF: What was the blueprint when designing the V1?

MS: The vision for the design was simple, although very challenging. The V1 needed to be mechanical art representing the preciousness of time. In order to cast this vision into reality, we created the watch from the inside out starting with the fully autonomous movement representing time itself.

The dial had to have certain design cues reminiscent of a bank vault door “protecting” precious time behind it. The tonneau shaped case was a must for me because it showcases the exotic way the V1 operates, just like a great frame for a special painting. Most of the components are made by Uhrteil AG, the company of Andreas Strehler. He has created the in-house movement for the V1 and depending on the case material, it will be made by Uhrteil AG or by specialized Swiss companies.


MWF: What defines its uniqueness / DNA?

MS: The V1 is quite special and proudly showcases the following features:

Unique way of setting our watch – when unlocking a bank vault door, you turn the combination dial until the wheel notches are in the correct position to open the door. The same is true for the V1. In order to set the watch you first have to rotate the whole movement, which is placed in a cage which can be turned 360° in both directions to set the minutes. In a second step, the fully adjustable dial is turned in order to read the hours.

A new way of reading time – while the minutes are displayed in a “classic” manner, by way of a conventional but nevertheless striking minute hand; we have gone down a different path in terms of displaying the hours. The hours are displayed on the gears and indicated by a sapphire crystal disc above them that is partially smoked and gradually fades in a circle for a transparent look. The line between the smoked and transparent parts is what is used to indicate the hour.

The first watch with a fully independent watch movement – as a constant reminder that we cannot control time, we have created the first full independent watch movement. The watch movement therefore stands symbolically for time itself allowing us to create a unique calibre, as we do not the restrictions of those with a normal movement.

The only watch which changes its appearance – everyone has a unique perception of time and we love this aspect. Technically time is constant, though we can still feel time flying or nearly standing still depending on the situation we are in. This fascinating perspective is captured by creating the first watch which changes its appearance whenever you set the watch, creating a very personal relationship between the watch and the wearer. The watch will never look the same and every watch will therefore have a unique look, which is constantly evolving. We think it is pure magic!


MWF: Amazing stuff! On a random note, what book are you currently reading?

MS: “The Naked CEO” by Alex Malley


MWF: And finally, what advice would you give to budding watchmakers out there?

MS: If you really want to create a fundamentally different watch, forget everything you know about watch making and start dreaming.


Your V1 is available for order and commissioned directly from VAULT. Full further details can be found on their fantastic website www.vault.swiss and enquires to info@vault.swiss

January 14, 2017

The power of hashtags: Omega embraces a social media phenomenon

For the past 5 years, the term #speedytuesday has been used by watch enthusiasts and collectors alike in showcasing their appreciation for Omega Speedmaster watches across the globe. In tribute to such activity, Omega released a limited edition timepiece, encapsulating the most popular elements of their iconic Speedmaster Moonwatch design from across the years (2017 marks their 60th annivesary).

Another limited edition, what’s so great about this one you might say? Well the difference this time was that all numbered pieces were quickly reserved within the first few hours of it being released to pre-order via the Omega website on Tuesday 11th January at 12noon Swiss time. In previous limited edition releases by Omega, it has always been tricky for the fans to secure a timepiece as precedent on waiting lists tend to go to Authorised Dealers or repeat customers who bulk buy to sell on privately at a profit. To combat this, Omega wanted to allow individuals the opportunity to purchase directly through their website, although not everyone was lucky enough to secure what will no doubt be another fabulous edition their Moonwatch collection.


Special features of the Omega Speedy Tuesday


The watch will be limited to 2012 pieces, marking the year when the phrase was first began. The design takes its main influence from the Speedmaster Alaska III model, which was produced by Omega for NASA in 1978. Unique features include the “reverse panda” white opaline-silvery sub dials set against the classic black main dial. The Omega logo appears in a retro vintage style and the glass comes in that of the iconic Hesalite crystal.

The watch movement will be that of the manual wind 1861 calibre, all housed in a 42mm case that has a matt finish stainless steel. The caseback has the coveted seahorse medallion stamped, plus includes a limited edition wording “Speedy Tuesday Anniversary, A Tribute to Alaska Project III” and “R A D I A L” along with the piece number. It will come with a brown leather strap with vintage look stitching and an additional black and white NATO strap. Presented in a leather watch roll with a strap changing tool as well.


We all agree that it will be one of the must have watches for this Summer, and those lucky enough to have reserved theirs will surely be grinning with pride when they collect it – Mr. Woolfe will be looking to get his paws on one too! Full technical info can be found at the official Omega website.


October 11, 2016

Smartwatches vs. Mechanical: Are the old ways the best?

For those of you who have been hiding under a rock, September marked the global product release date for Apple, ranked as the world’s most valuable brand (Forbes 2016) and as part of their updated offering seeing the release of their Series 2 Apple Watch.

Sources indicate that smartwatch vendors shipped 3.5 million units in Q2, down from over 5 million the previous year. Interestingly, of these figures apparently Apple shipped 1.3 million smartwatches so clearly being the major force behind such sales. Most smartwatches price themselves around £600 mark, though are they really what they are cracked up to be? Mr. Woolfe researched into what the pros and cons are so you can sleep easy.

Mr. Woolfe’s 7 key points to consider
  1. Charging issues – consumers find charging their smartwatches difficult or even boring. Choosing an automatic self-winding or kinetic watch simply means a small amount of physical movement to get it ticking.
  1. Technology – as with any hardware or software, things can go wrong. No such issues with mechanical watches, however, the inner workings will be subject to a service around every five or so years
  1. Longevity – servicing means that a mechanical watch in theory will last for a very long time. The materials used   should stand the test of time, with vintage watches out there still functioning with all of their original parts. Lifecyles    for smartwatches are probably eight years max with the battery difficult to replace, so in essence the kit is pretty    much a disposable product.
  1. Cost & Materials – although on the exterior smartwatches can share a mix of metals (steel and precious), the insides are clearly digitally orientated. The collaboration with Apple and Hermes is interesting example of two powerhouse brands aiming for the best in luxury elements, although with obvious limitations. With mechanical timepieces, the sky   is the limit for those who can afford it, so intricacy and use of unique or rare materials is down to the watchmakers imagination.


  1. Versatility – with digital there are multiple capabilities with the techonology covering fitness data, NFC and contactless pay. Having said that, customised add-ons to the caseback of mechanical watches like Chronos or the BarclayPay loop in the leather strap of certain Mondaine watches, bridge such gaps.
  1. Customisation – mechanical watches nowadays can not only demonstrate their exclusivity through being limited or numbered pieces, but also have the ability to be fully individualised. Some great companies include Bamford, Titan Black and Pro Hunter, all unique in their style and quality. Digital does have the ability to accessorise or even change the dials in a much more convenient manner i.e. TAG Heur Connected, however, some other brands lack in HD pixels so therefore detract on the true beauty of the real thing.
  1. Investment – even a decent chronograph by a reputable Swiss brand will mean a mechanical timepiece will appreciate in its intrinsic value providing it is kept in good condition. The same cannot be guaranteed with a digital watch, unless  it has some sort of collectors appeal from its previous owner i.e. celebrity association.


Overall, if you are geared more towards a wear and tear sports or fitness focused watch, the smartwatch might be the option for you and even showing signs of targeting the “Luxe-wear” market for those who wish to spend on expensive materials. However, hands down, if you are looking for sophistication, pedigree and a DNA history of a true timepiece the mechanical watch clearly wins.



One thing to remember is that cost wise a luxury mechanical watch is not out of reach, as renting with Mr. Woolfe allows you to achieve that lifestyle without breaking the bank!

September 24, 2016

Woolfe about town: Upcoming events

IWC & 60th BFI London Film Festival – 5th to 16th October 2016

IWC Schaffhausen supports the BFI London Film Festival for the third time in partnership with American Express as Official Time partner. This year they launch a Filmmaker Bursary Award with an award of £50,000 presented to an outstanding British writer, director or writer/director with the recipient of the Award receiving their prize at the IWC Gala Dinner on the 4th October 2016, the evening before the opening of the BFI London Festival.

To celebrate the partnership with BFI they also launched a limited-edition Pilot’s Spitfire Chronograph Edition (Ref. IW387812) timepiece. With only 60 watches produced, each one will be numbered on the case back, alongside the inscription “BFI Film Forever”. The timepiece features the IWC in-house 89365-calibre movement alongside a chronograph and flyback function, stainless steel, blue alligator strap.




Salon QP – 3rd to 5th November 2016, London

The UK’s leading watch exhibition returns for its 8th year and will be held at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery on Kings Road, which has been home to the event since 2011. It will host and showcase no less than 80 of the world’s finest watch brands over a three day extravaganza that includes workshops, demonstrations and seminars.

Mr. Woolfe will be attending and we look forward to meeting talented watchmakers, experts, collectors alike at the SW3 venue. Make sure you follows us as we will be updating through our social media channels via Instagram, Facebook and in-moment Snapchat feeds!

For more information and to book tickets head over to Salon QP’s Eventbrite hub.



And events for next year

SIHH – 16th to 20th January 2017, Geneva

The “Salon International De La Haute Horlogerie” host their private industry only event for the 27th time in January bringing global watchmaking excellence to the heart of Geneva. Last year 24 major brands exhibited their fine watch collections to representatives from the professional distribution industry and media in an atmosphere dedicated to luxury timepieces and setting the watch trends that will follow for the year.

One key difference for 2017 being that it opens its doors to the general public on its last day which will mean that for the first time in its history, the general public will get a chance to experience the creative passion and heritage in the birthplace of watchmaking. Check out the highlights from SIHH 2016 and a flavour for the 2017 event.




September 20, 2016

Boom and bust for luxury watch brands: Is watch hire the next big thing?

Britain’s vote to leave the EU resulted in an increase in sales for luxury watch and jewellery products for July and August due to the weak pound boosting tourist spending. Some watches can be acquired for 20-25% cheaper when purchased in the UK than buying the same item overseas. The Mr. Woolfe team certainly noticed a higher proportion of wealthy shoppers from the Far East in London’s watch boutiques this summer, some even buying multiple timepieces in one visit! Indicating now is a good time to be a collector in the current economic climate.

High sales in the UK due to the de-valued pound seems to be quite the reverse in once buoyant regions like Hong Kong, with weakening demand partly due to a Government crackdown on corruption and excess in China. Global geo-political developments, like Brexit, have clearly impacted the personal luxury products industry with the brands facing challenges in controlling their product offering across certain markets. For watch brands this will most certainly result in an adjustment in prices to reduce currency fluctuation advantages that allow customers to benefit by purchasing overseas. If industry rumours are to be believed, Rolex (a key benchmark player) plan to increase their prices by Q4 this year. This will put off UK buyers that may have had their sights on a high value item, only to have a further 10% added to their purchase.

rolex_submariner_hulk_london_pricetagRolex “Hulk” £6,050 RRP (Rolex.com), however, demand and waiting lists are commanding higher pre-owned prices.

Is luxury watch hire the next big thing?

A recent survey by Credit Suisse estimates that luxury watch sales have fallen by a mid-to-high single-digit percentage in the past two years, and they think those declines will continue falling into 2017 before they get better. Exports to the UK of Swiss watches fell by 26% for June. Asia markets indicated that inventory levels with wholesalers were and still are higher than previously thought—with the approximate value around CHF 2.2 billion. Similar inventory overbuild reports on a global level ring true with retailers around the world reporting high stock levels and sales slowing down for the likes of Richemont and Hermes International according to The Guardian a couple of weeks ago.

According to several sources tough times are ahead for Swiss watchmakers with global demand for luxury timepieces falling for several reasons. It appears that in the current climate consumers feel that they cannot justify a grand purchase, or perhaps find other new trends appealing (e.g. the rise in the popularity of smart-watches) or simply deciding not to buy a watch at all. Obviously this will continue to effect luxury brands, however, a solution certainly lies with a bespoke watch rental service that can open up multiple opportunities to both high-end brands and watch enthusiasts.

Mr. Woolfe allows those wanting to acquire that must have timepiece without having to worry about hurting their bank balance. With the importance of getting the most pleasure per pound, why not chose the luxury hire option and embrace the lifestyle you really want. Register with Mr. Woolfe for further updates.

Luxury on loan, the sensible option and win-win for all!

May 5, 2016

Asprey and Rolex exclusive London event: New Baselworld 2016 luxury watch collections

Renowned watch and luxury lifestyle blogger Anish (WatchAnish), synonymous for his Instagram success, cordially invited Mr. Woolfe to attend the strictly limited London event, labelled ‘The Future Classics Exhibition’.


The invite only event brought two iconic brands together, legendary luxury watch brand Rolex and the iconic British jewellery house Asprey across a two-day event held at Asprey’s New Bond Street store in early May. This was the first time Rolex had displayed its collections of it newest 2016 fleet within the UK. We were joined by various industry contacts, Rolex fans and prominent watch collectors who gave Q&A insights – Claude Sfeir and James Marks.


Which luxury watch to choose?

Mr. Woolfe got to try on all of the new collection, just a shame we could not take any of watches home and had to settle for the pre-order client lists! All of the unique timpieces that were on display were worthy of any dapper gentlemens wrist, though if we had to narrow the ranges down, the ones that we liked were:

Air-King – Revisiting the spirit of aeronautical heritage and homage to the original Rolex oyster. Black dial with oversize white gold 3, 6 and 9 numerals and sporting the distinctive Rolex logo in green and yellow.

Cosmograph Daytona – Born for speed, the racing icon now has a monobloc Cerachrom black bezel which comes in white “Stormtrooper” dial or the all black “Vader” style dial both on 904L steel Oysterlock bracelets. There are also the blingtastic all yellow gold with green dial and white gold with blue dial editions, both having red accents on the sub-dials.


Yacht-Master – Their emblematic nautical watch is jazzed up with a Chocolate sunray dial, 18ct Everose gold bezel and Rolesor combination steel and rose gold bracelet. The Platinum version bezel, gets a Rhodium sunray dial, with turquoise seconds hands which makes it look even more sporty and elegant.


Mr. Woolfe will definitely be reviewing these fantastic Rolex 2016 editions and aiming to add these to our portfolio of luxury watch rentals. Watch this space!

March 25, 2016

Mr. Woolfe at Baselworld 2016

Team Woolfe boarded a plane bound for Switzerland to visit the premier world watch expo Baselworld to experience what the international horology brands had lined up for their new collections. Pretty much all the big brands were present and showcasing their Aladdin’s cave of unique treasures. As a watch enthusiast, I highly recommend that you attend as just being caught up in the hustle and bustle is an experience in itself and the exhibition space spanning multiple floors with indoor waterfalls at some of the exhibitors was impressive stuff.

So to the watches, well, each brand had their 2016 pre-release pieces in store and Mr. Woolfe was fortunate to see these all of them close up. Our top watches that stood out were:

1. Brietling Avenger Bandit in its grey stealth titanium finish inspired by the impressive military aircraft carriers of our time.

2. Tag re-introduced us to their Heur Monza, which certainly stands out with its return to the iconic black and red colouring. Racing pedigree celebrating 40 years of history.

3. Tudor Black Bay ranges, looking to distance itself from the shadow of its bigger brother Rolex in carving its own separate identity.

4. Rolex had its new collection on full display, with the Daytona Ceramic Bezel being the big crowd pleaser. The new Air King with its all new green and yellow logo surprisingly looked better in real life and actually carries in itself well as one of their more affordable timepieces. The Yachtmaster range was also spruced up with new editions – the platinum dial getting a baby blue colour hands adding a splash of brilliance, a perfect summer and all rounder.

Rolex Yachtmaster Mr. Woolfe

Rolex Yachtmaster platinum

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona ceramic bezel Mr Woolfe

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona ceramic bezel

5. Originality in the use of precious materials made an appearance with Bell & Ross showcasing their BR-X1 Tourbillon, the case and materials carved from a single block of Sapphire! Hublot also had a similar sparkling transparent limited edition with their Big Bang Unico Sapphire. Both amazing watches to look at, and no doubt will get conversations going in any room for any lucky owners.

6. Omega flaunted new editions in their Speedmaster range with the Moonphase Master Chronometer and one of our favourites the CK2998 with its panda style dial, rich navy tones and discreet variations like the lollipop seconds hand. A worthy tribute to the 1960 original version of the First Omega in Space homages.

Omega Moonphase Master Chronometer Mr. Woolfe

Omega Moonphase Master Chronometer

7. Breguet Classique Hora Mundi 5727, although the 2011 versions that were on display with varying dials showing different continents Americas, Europe or Asia along with a moon-phase indication – still shone as classics.

Breguet Classique Hora Mundi 5727 Mr. Woolfe

Breguet Classique Hora Mundi 5727

8. And finally Patek Phillipe, showcasing what watch making is all about with its dual faces Grand Master Chime in white gold, labelled the as the most complicated watch of all time. Commanding a starting price tag in the millions, this was luxury craftsmanship at its best!

Patek Phillipe Grand Master Chime Mr Woolfe

Patek Phillipe Grand Master Chime