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A most compelling debate between Theodor Prenzel (deputy head R&D, Nomos Glashütte) and Jean-Marc Wiederrecht (co-founder of movements specialist AGENHOR) on the necessity of “in-house” movements.
Every watch aficionado has a story about how they fell in love with watches. It may start with the first watch he or she wore as a child, the first serious watch they received as they entered adulthood, or the watch that they dreamed about owning. Like every passion, appreciating fine watchmaking is a journey that is unique to each and every person.