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Post by koimaster » May 4th 2022, 12:21pm

Watch enthusiasts like to refer to the timepiece of their dreams as their grail. It signifies a quest for the perfect piece, and also serves to highlight certain models. They share their list of grails with other enthusiasts, dreaming of finding them someday.

As we hunt for our own grails, we decided to share what we found with our friends. This is what Grail Watch is all about: We’re constantly on the watch for grails, whether our own or yours. Join us in the quest!

Publisher: Stephen Foskett

Stephen Foskett is a wristwatch enthusiast, historian, and writer. He founded and publishes Grail Watch and the sister site, Grail Watch Reference. He is also a contributing editor for Watch Wiki and a contributing writer for Europa Star.
How to Use Grail Watch Reference

Our watch movement database is currently online. Click “Movement Database” in the menu and use the filters to select a watch movement. You may then click on any detail to see all other movements that share that characteristic.

Here are some useful queries to get you started:

All movements in our database
Column wheel chronograph movements
Movements with a power reserve indicator
Movements from ETA, Rolex, or Seiko


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