Last Call to Vote on Your Favorite Watches of 2018 in WatchTime’s GPHG Poll


There’s only one more day until the winners of this year’s Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) are announced. Earlier this week, we decided that before the final results are tallied, it would be fun to find out what our dear readers think of the 72 watches nominated across the 12 different categories. We’re interested to find out how the tastes and choices of the collectors and enthusiasts that read WatchTime compare with the punditry on display from the 27 jurors (plus President Aurel Bacs and Vice President Gianfranco Ritschel) that range from distinguished collectors, veteran journalists, independent watchmakers, and professional tennis players (see full jury list here).

All the competing watches are stunning in their own right and many feature breathtaking feats of horological ingenuity but there can only be one winner per category. Tomorrow, when we cover the actual winners of the GPHG, we’ll compare them with the winners of our own voting. If you’d like to learn more about any of the watches on display, simply click the link found in the title of each category.

Good luck to all the competing brands!

Ladies’

Ladies’ Complication

Men’s

Men’s Complication

Chronograph

Chronometry

Mechanical Exception

Sports

Jewellery

Artistic Crafts

“Petite Aiguille”

Challenge

25 Responses to “Last Call to Vote on Your Favorite Watches of 2018 in WatchTime’s GPHG Poll”

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  1. Joshua Pugh

    As a watchmaker, I believe this for this go around, “Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.” – Mark Twain

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  2. Nicholas

    Each magnificent in style. Some are bolder, while others are simplistic with a flair.

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  3. TODD SEGER

    Missing my favorites but still fun… should have a category for up and coming start up!

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  4. Lalit Laungani

    Love to see the images and your short articles and details about the beautiful watches .. Good luck to all the participating brands .

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  5. Andrew Gerfin

    These were all very difficult to evaluate – well done with your selections! Choosing my favorites is such an individual and personal preference – very personal. Thanks for the opportunity to participate.

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  6. All watches are beautiful, but Antoine Preziusio’s the most beautiful watch I ever seen

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  7. Alex Lieblich

    Fun to do, would be great to have a small highlight for each one. Thanks,

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