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Gronefeld One Hertz Dune Watch

This "One Hertz Dune" is an 18k red gold version of Gronefeld's One Hertz 1912 Dead-Beat Seconds watch. "Dune" is added to the name and I think the new color tones on the watch really give it a new personality. This isn't just a gold version of the One Hertz,

Gronefeld One Hertz Watches Hands-On

I had heard of the Gronefeld One Hertz for some time, but a chance to see it in person had never really materialized. One thing you have to know about independent watchmakers is that the watches they produce are as rare as hen’s teeth. Only a small number can be

BEST FROM: aBlogtoWatch & Friends July 31, 2015

Some watch enthusiasts love modern pieces while some of us love vintage, there’s no right or wrong. But if you love shiny new things, this round-up features new watches from A. Lange & Söhne, IWC, Angelus, Tudor, and more. And as for a bonus, we even feature an over the

My First Grail Watch: Tim Grönefeld

Welcome back to an original aBlogtoWatch feature, "My First Grail Watch." In this series, we ask prominent people in the watch industry about the first timepiece that they lusted after. Today, we are speaking with Tim Grönefeld, the younger of the two brothers at the helm of their eponymous company,

A Visit To The Grönefeld Watch Manufacture

This past October, I had a chance to visit the Grönefeld watch manufacture in Oldenzaal, Netherlands. Near the German border, this town of 32,000 which attained city rights in 1249 is home to the "Horological Brothers," Tim and Bart Grönefeld. I first met them in 2013 and have enjoyed both

Grönefeld Parallax 1912 Tourbillon Watch

Thus far, the independent Dutch watch brand of Grönefeld had two distinctly different watches in their portfolio: their debut piece from 2008, which is a highly complicated and rather crazy-looking minute repeater tourbillon, and the One Hertz from 2010, which thanks to its unique design dead-beat seconds hand procured the attention

My First Grail Watch: Bart Grönefeld

Welcome back to an original aBlogtoWatch feature, "My First Grail Watch." In this series, we ask prominent people in the watch industry about the first timepiece that they lusted after. Today, we are speaking with Bart Grönefeld, the elder of the two brothers at the helm of their eponymous company,

Grönefeld 1941 Remontoire Watch

Not too long ago, the remontoire, also known as a constant force mechanism, was one of the rarest, most scarcely encountered specimens of watch complications – and while it remains extremely challenging to engineer and produce correctly, it is true that we have been seeing more and more high-end brands add this age-old,

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