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Daniel Roth Automatic Tourbillon Images (Warning large files)

October 9 2006 at 9:55 AM

HarryTan  (Login HTan)
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I have several of these images taken some time ago (together with the Athys) and only just managed to find a couple of hours to finish the post processing. Here are the best from my collection for you to enjoy. Hope you like them!

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HarryTan
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Jacky
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Impressive shots as usual Harry...and a magnificient watch! You are one lucky guy...

October 9 2006, 6:10 PM 

You always get to play around with those high end pieces..what else can i say but envy you Cheers.



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Jacky

 
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SJX
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Thanks Harry

October 9 2006, 6:29 PM 

Most often overlook it, but the movement, case- and dial-work is excellent.

- SJX

 
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chris russell
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Harry, this watch, and of course your photography, are wondrerful. Thanks for this. (nt)

October 10 2006, 6:41 AM 

nt

 
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watchculture
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Man, you're good ! (nt)

October 10 2006, 7:18 AM 

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teckmeng
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great fotos always.... thanks...

October 10 2006, 8:41 PM 

cheers
teckmeng

 
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HarryTan
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This DR is quite a find. Its a tourbillon AND a perpetual calendar!

October 10 2006, 9:13 PM 

When I first saw this watch, I thought it was a standard DR but on closer inspection, I found that it had a hidden tourbillon cage (something quite unusual today as its mostly found on the dial today. Unlike in the recent past, the tourbillon cage was often found in the back). Being also a perpetual calendar, the automatic calibre makes it for easier maintenance on a common rotating winder - rather than a crown winder. Its a massive watch but its quality is unmistakeable. My impression is that this watch will grow on you/owner. The more I look at it, the more I am impressed by what it is and how it is executed. Not what I would call stealthy but its under the radar compared to many loud watches of today. Lovely timepiece. I am sure who ever buys this piece will be a happy camper!

HarryTan
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Singapore


http://watchinghorology.com - Horology: The Engineering that tracks the passage of time
http://htfotos.com - Photography: The Art of capturing moments in time

 
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bernardcheong
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Beautiful. The heft and thickness of the watch adds to its charm.

November 15 2006, 3:28 PM 

The designs at DR are maturing and certainly belong to this era. A sign of a company that is evolving and in some ways, ahead of the pack.


 
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