“Petite Aiguille” Prize: Seiko, Grand Seiko Hi-Beat 36000 GMT (More on this watch can be found here.) “Revival” Watch Prize: Omega, Speedmaster “Dark Side Of The Moon” (Click here for more details on this modern version of the classic Omega Moonwatch.) Innovation Watch Prize: Urwerk, EMC Special Jury Prize: Walter Lange
The Urwerk EMC was the only watch model to be honored with two awards (Mechanical Exception and Innovation watch), while Breguet picked up, in addition to the Aiguille d’Or, the Public Prize for its ladies’ model, the Classique Dame. The prize-giving ceremony in Geneva was attended by around 1,500 guests, including major figures from the worlds of watchmaking, finance, and politics. The prize-winning timepieces will be presented in London at the SalonQP from November 6th through 8th.
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