Moritz Grossmann Central Seconds

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Moritz Grossmann Central Seconds

Post by koimaster » March 29th 2021, 11:31am

Moritz Grossmann walks a fine line between traditional timepieces on one hand and offering a contemporary take on things on the other. Regardless of your choice, one thing is certain. You will end up with a watch that is created with high regards to traditional watchmaking craftsmanship. Most parts are made in-house, designed and constructed in typical German style but often with little twists. Only opening its doors in 2008, the German manufacturer now brings a new, more casual edge to the Benu collection, with the new Moritz Grossmann Central Seconds.

While most avid MONOCHROME readers will surely know about the brand, Moritz Grossmann flies a little under the radar. We feel this is undeserved as the brand is capable of making extraordinary complex watches, evidenced by the Backpage for instance. And when Moritz Grossmann wants to make an automatic watch, it doesn’t take the easy route but constructs a unique self-winding hammer system, developed for the Hamatic. On the more restrained, traditional side of things, there are less visually impactful but no less interesting watches on offer. ... RJNLkMutWI


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