Movement finish mean great watch?

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Movement finish mean great watch?

Post by koimaster » July 19th 2021, 4:47pm

In-Depth Does Great Movement Finishing Mean A Great Watch?

A seemingly simple question has a very complicated answer

A few weeks ago, we published an in-depth look at one of the new watches from Montblanc. The watch in question was the Heritage Manufacture Pulsograph, which uses a movement made at the Institut Minerva de Recherche en Haute Horlogerie in Villeret. As most enthusiasts will probably already know, this is the facility that was home to the Minerva watch company, which in the last 20 years has had a couple of changes of ownership, as well as direction, and which now produces hand-finished movements for Montblanc watches. ... reat-watch


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