Revolution (Asia) - Issue 65
- Issue 65
Revolution Asia April 2021
The Spring 2021 Asia edition celebrates iconic independent watch brand Urwerk, charting their phenomenal journey and evolution from UR-101 to their latest releases, the UR-220 Falcon Project and All-Black. This issue also offers a comprehensive study of the chronograph, beginning with the historic calibres from 1940s to 1980s that powered some of the greatest chronographs in watchmaking and Wei Koh’s in-depth story of the amazing Lemania calibre 2310, aka calibre 321 in the original Omega Moonwatch, to a look at some milestone military chronographs and the most underrated flieger chronos on the market, and Ross Povey’s ode to the Tudor chrono. Get technical with our story on the oscillating pinion, the chosen method of engagement in two recent high-end chronograph releases, and find out why speed is of the essence in the world of super fast chronos capable of marking time down to fractions of a second — tenths, hundredths and beyond.
Other highlights in this issue: up close with Eric Claption’s custom Pateks, the incredible Patek Philippe Grand Sonnerie ref. 6301P, De Bethune’s Kind of Two dual-faced watch, and the latest releases from LVMH Watch Week 2021.
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