Of course, I also visited other brands, including big brands part of big groups to gather information for my future posts on WatchIlove or for Watchisthis?! but they didn’t receive the amount of attention as the previously reported independent brands. Not because they didn’t deserve it, but just because I didn’t have enough time.
The time was running fast and I was trying to run faster so I can catch all the brands that I wanted to visit. Of course, that was not possible since my wish list was long and time so short, so I proceeded to the next important thing of that day – the Wine&Time event organised by a group of lovely and passionate people for other lovely and passionate people.
The first watches admired there were the 1961 Noche de Muertos by AOS Watches.
These watches have a beautiful case signature of AOS Watches, that for the 47mm looks very good on the wrist even for some of us that have it small. These two unique pieces are gorgeous. I would like to thank Roland for showing me the timepieces: – the purple one was an instant love. Please visit the AOS Watches Website for information.
La Chaux-de-Fond Flying Tourbillon watch is available with a dial with Roman numerals with SuperLuminova coating – I never saw a flying tourbillion and Superluminova combination before – suddenly, a traditional watch becomes ultra modern. The surprise was to find out “accidentally” about it.
The La Chaux-de-Fond Flying Petite Seconde Retrograde Tourbillon is another spectacular timepiece with a lovely 60 seconds retrograde dial. I just couldn’t stop looking at it.