Franck Muller

Franck Muller is a watchmaker from Switzerland, he was born 1958 and his company bears the same name. Franck Muller watches are among the most expensive and most complicated worldwide. Many celebrities and sports stars wear Franck Muller timepieces. In 1984, Franck Muller produced the company's first tourbillon watch. The collection includes the Franck Muller Aeternitas, Franck Muller Curvex Franck Muller Revolution, Franck Muller Revolution2, Franck Muller Revolution3, Franck Muller Crazy Hours, Franck Muller Colour Dreams, Franck Muller Endurance, Franck Muller Master Banker, Franck Muller Curvex Minute Repeater Tourbillon, Franck Muller Casablanca, Franck Muller Conquistador. Many collectors look for the best Franck Muller price and go to Franck Muller forums to search for databases of Franck Muller watches prices. Sometimes a Franck Muller replica is the piece of choice although it is not recommended to buy the Franck Muller replica watches - only certified original timepieces will be serviced by the brand. Franck Muller watches for sale are rare, prices usually tend to be very high, often above $100,000. That's why a lot collector rely on WatchTime's Frank Muller watches reviews. The most common models are Franck Muller watches for men. WatchTime covers Franck Muller watch news, blog posts, updates and other posts about Franck Muller watches as well as Franck Muller watch infos. Franck Muller watches are available globally.

First Watch: U.S. Presidents and Their Timepieces


As the U.S. enters a new year with a new divided government, we felt it was the perfect time to share this feature on presidents and their watches from the WatchTime archives (December 2008). Click here to find out what brands graced the wrists and waistcoasts of our chief executives. … [Read more...]

Time is Money: The 26 Richest Swiss Watch Barons

Swatch Group CEO Nick Hayek Jr.

Each year the respected Swiss business magazine, Bilan, publishes a list of the 300 richest Swiss with a rough estimate of their fortunes. For this article we examined the list for you to see which members of the watch industry made the ranking. Here they are: … [Read more...]

Around the Web: 2014 Watch Predictions, Tiffany-Swatch Legal Decision, Blancpain’s Chefs and the “Death Watch”


The new year has begun, and it is time for our first installment of "Around the Web" for 2014.  As always, WatchTime social media maven Alan Loren updates watch aficionados with what we thought were some of the most interesting watch-related stories and news tidbits of the past weeks, culled from the websites of your favorite brands as well as some of the most popular watch blogs and other media. Here's what caught our eye on the web this week. … [Read more...]

Baselworld 2013, Day 5: Arnold & Son, Bulgari, Bell & Ross, Harry Winston


Your weary WatchTime editorial staff flew back from Baselworld yesterday, but we're still fighting through the jetlag to share with you one more batch of intriguing new timepieces introduced at the show, including Harry Winston's always-much-anticipated new Opus watch. … [Read more...]

Only Watch Auction Returns to Monaco in September


The fifth Only Watch, a charity auction of unique timepieces, returns on September 28th, taking place once again in Monaco and conducted by Antiquorum Auctioneers. … [Read more...]

New Franck Muller Watches at WPHH


From October 8th to 10th, the Franck Muller Group held its 4th Salon World Première of Haute Horlogerie & Jewellery (WPHH) in the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco. At the event, they announced a partnership between Franck Muller and Roberto Cavalli for a "Roberto Cavalli by Franck Muller" collection. … [Read more...]

Facetime Photos for June 23


It's time for another round of Facetime photos. Summer's officially here, so be sure to send us photos from your vacations. Send us a hi-res pic at and your photo can appear here, on our social media sites, and in our magazine. Our first photo this week includes an impressive collection of watches. If anyone can top this collection, share it with us (and make sure you're in the picture, too). … [Read more...]

2011: The Year in Review Quiz, Part II


This week it’s time for Part II of our 2011 Year in Review Quiz. Have you been taking notes? Celebrate the end of 2011 with this little quiz, where we present 12 questions about news stories from the past year. As always, the answers appear at the end. And remember, your term papers are due next week. Good luck! … [Read more...]

2011 Digital IQ Index Finds Luxury Watch Brands Lagging


L2 bills itself as a think tank for digital innovation, and each year the group releases the Digital IQ Index which ranks the “digital competence” of 35 leading luxury watch and jewelry brands. The newest rankings are out, and to the surprise of few, watch brands do not fare well. Find out who is gifted and who is feeble inside. … [Read more...]

Only Watch World Tour Runs August 30 – September 22


On September 23, the Principality of Monaco will stage the world-famous Only Watch charity watch auction. Under the High Patronage of HSH Prince Albert II, 40 unique timepieces will be sold by leading horological auction house Antiquorum. Leading up to the auction, the featured timepieces will be on tour, visiting many of the world's leading collecting capitals. … [Read more...]

30 Minutes with Lutz Bethge Montblanc’s CEO discusses the brand’s high-watchmaking ambitions.


When Montblanc unveiled its Metamorphosis watch at the SIHH watch show in Geneva in January, many believed it would be years before the exotic new chronograph would be ready for market. After all, the watch, with its 567 components, seemed hopelessly complex. The prototype on display was kept behind glass: it didn’t work well enough for a live demonstration. … [Read more...]

Roger Dubuis Names National Director of Sales


Claudio Terjanian has been appointed National Director of Sales for Roger Dubuis in North America. His responsibilities include overseeing all distribution, sales and marketing. He will report to Ronald Wolfgang, President of Roger Dubuis North America. Prior to joining Roger Dubuis, Mr. Terjanian served as east coast, Caribbean, and Canadian sales representative for Franck Muller USA. While there, he worked with the brands Franck Muller, Pierre Kunz and Cvstos. … [Read more...]

What Are These Guys Up To?


TechnoMarine made a big splash a decade ago. A new team is hoping to do it again. The image of (left to right) Christian Viros, Vincent Perriard, and Steven Cohen, nearly up to their necks in water, is designed to make us wonder what these three bobbing Pep Boys are up to. The image is apt because that’s exactly the question lots of people in the watch world are asking. … [Read more...]

Rating Watch Brands’ Digital IQ, From Genius to Feeble


TAG Heuer has been awarded first place in the "Watches" category of the "Digital IQ Index: Ranking the Digital Competence of Luxury Brands", a survey conducted by the Luxury Lab of New York University's Stern School of Business. The Digital IQ Index ranks brands as Genius, Gifted, Average, Challenged and Feeble based on their digital competence. Apple finished first overall with a Digital IQ of 170. TAG Heuer finished in 8th position with a Genius-level rating of 141. TAG was the only watch … [Read more...]

Only Watch Preview at Tourneau NY September 10-12


Watch collectors and aficionados will have an opportunity to preview the 34 one-of-a-kind timepieces being offered at Only Watch 2009 during an exhibition at the Tourneau Time Machine in New York September 10-12. Only Watch is a biannual auction held during the Monaco Yacht Show under the patronage of HSH Prince Albert II. The world's leading watch brands donate unique and first-in-a-series "Only Watches", and the timepieces are auctioned by Patrizzi & Co. with all proceeds going to support … [Read more...]

World Watch Report 2009 Reveals Online Trends


Digital marketing specialist IC-Agency has released the 5th World Watch Report market study. Its conclusions are based on a sample of more than 300 million global online searches relating to 25 watch brands in 7 export markets: China, Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom, Italy, France and Germany. The study found that the 3 most-searched watch models are the Omega Seamaster and Speedmaster, and the Rolex Daytona, in that order. … [Read more...]

Antiquorum’s Auction Season Ends With a Bang


A standing-room only crowd at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel competed against more than 250 internet bidders from over 40 countries at Antiquorum's 2009 Hong Kong auction. The sale brought a total of HKD 45,453,120 ($5,864,199). 82% of the 479 lots offered were sold, representing 115% of the estimated value. The top price was paid for a rare Patek Philippe Ref. 3974 made in 1990. The astronomic, minute-repeating, self-winding, 18K yellow gold wristwatch with perpetual calendar, leap year indication … [Read more...]

Downturn Batters Watch Industry


The evidence is mounting that the long and bitter global recession is taking a severe toll on the Swiss watch industry. With demand for watches down nearly everywhere, Swiss watch firms are cutting production and jobs. So far this year, Swiss watch firms have laid off more than 1,000 people, according to Swiss press reports. … [Read more...]

Speak Easy


Not long ago, Lynn Miner, a reader of WatchTime magazine, wrote with a request: would we publish a guide on how to pronounce all those nettlesome watch-brand names? We hope the following brand list, with phonetic spellings on the right, helps Miner and tongue-twisted watch fans everywhere. … [Read more...]