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Salon QP

I visited the exhibition on Saturday which is probably the busiest day but it is not always so easy to find time. Despite the number of people you could get round and see what you wanted to see. Unfortunately, some … Continue reading

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Hop stuff: meet the maker of the atomic watch – Daily Telegraph

He’s the creator of the world’s first atomic-powered timepiece, as well as devices that marry smart technology with traditional aesthetics. The Daily Telegraph meet Richard Hoptroff Read the article here or below The familiar environs of the fine watch world – … Continue reading

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The First Watches To Account For Leap Seconds, From Hoptroff London – Hodinkee

– The calendar complication is one of the more commonly seen complications in mechanical wristwatches. One thing they don’t do is keep track of leap years where an extra day is added to February. To correctly show February’s leap day, … Continue reading

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Hoptroff “No 16” – Hodinkee Review

The well renowned watch blog from New York has done a great piece on the crazy looking Hoptroff “No 16”. See the link below. http://www.hodinkee.com/blog/richard-hoptroffs-atomic-watch-prototype-combines &amp;amp;lt;img src=”http://static1.squarespace.com/static/4fa14d3ce4b08a53fa26468e/t/54d1290de4b0d35ba4b72053/1422993680641/&#8221; /&amp;amp;gt;<span id=”mce_marker” data-mce-type=”bookmark”>​</span>

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Mecca Watch

Well why not, why should I concentrate my commentary on “British” watches to mechanical time keepers. Part of the quirky London brand Hoptroff’s range is this Mecca watch. It offers not only time and seconds, but also the direction to … Continue reading

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