Arnold & Son

  • Arnold & Son UTTE Skeleton – open-worked, ultra-thin tourbillon

    Torsional Rigidity Earlier this year, Arnold & Son released an open-worked, ultra-thin tourbillon, the UTTE Skeleton. While this timepiece may look similar to its forebears, it is a completely new model, featuring a new movement, the A&S8220 calibre. This timepiece delivers a high degree of rigidity and has an abundance of aesthetic charm.     As summer ebbs away and…

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  • Arnold & Son Eight-Day Royal Navy Reference: 1EDAS.B01A.D134A

    ‘Eight Days A Week’ Arnold & Son, the impressive practitioner of haute horlogerie based near La Chaux-de-Fonds, is synonymous with crafting highly technical timepieces, including an array of mouthwatering tourbillons. Recently, the Swiss watch brand unveiled the seemingly simple Eight-Day Royal Navy, a watch equipped with twin barrels which deliver an impressive power reserve of 192 hours….

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  • Arnold & Son Nebula

    In bloom Arnold & Son has imbued the Nebula with a distinct English character courtesy of its openworked triangular shaped bridges and inverted movement. The symmetry of the dial delivers a glorious appearance that is obvious within moments of making acquaintance with this fine Swiss watch.     A flower bud exhibits a shy demeanour,…

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  • Arnold & Son Golden Wheel

    Reflecting on 2015 Angus Davies reflects on 2015 and reviews a sublime watch, the Arnold & Son Golden Wheel, a timepiece which successfully references the past, embraces the new and harnesses much Swiss craftsmanship in its creation.     As the sun sets on 2015, I have been looking through my notes and reviewing the…

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  • Arnold & Son Royal Collection – Constant Force Tourbillon

    The wisdom of pacing yourself Angus Davies experiences the hands-on delights of the Arnold & Son Royal Collection – Constant Force Tourbillon. As his watch review shows, the constant force escapement provides an apt metaphor for a maison whose energy shows no signs of abating.     As any parent will attest, the arrival of…

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  • Arnold & Son TEC1

    The joy of discovery Angus Davies reviews the fascinating Arnold & Son TEC1, an incredible timepiece which delivers a myriad of exquisite discoveries, imparting a sense of joy.      One aspect of growing up is learning to expect particular items to be found in specific locations. For example, opening a refrigerator, we are accustomed…

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