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Swiss Watch Gallery proudly presents Revolution by Time Kulture. Returning with the 6th installment of a long time running series. Come and discover the latest and greatest in watchmaking revolutions.

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It goes without saying that when Bell & Ross first revealed the BR01 over fifteen years ago, it redefined the aesthetic codes of contemporary watchmaking. Inspired by on-board flight instruments, the timepiece featured a distinctive square case, a round dial and one screw in each of the four corners. It was utilitarian as well as fashionable and more importantly, it helped revolutionized traditional watchmaking codes...

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Since 1988, Frederique Constant has remained steadfast in its mission to create accessible high-quality mechanical Swiss watches. Focused on affordable luxury, the Swiss watch manufacture has consistently pushed the boundaries of horology to produce some of the finest mechanical and complicated timepieces at highly-competitive prices...

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Graham SA has made atypical watches their calling card ever since the brand was created in 1995. However, the watchmaker’s origins itself are tied closely to London clockmaker George Graham (1673-1751), considered by many as one of the pioneers of modern watch making. Renowned as the the father of the chronograph, he is credited with inventing the start and stop device of the chronograph as well as the dead-beat and cylinder escapements...

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Since 1832, Longines has built a strong reputation in watchmaking, producing stylish high-quality timepieces. At its headquarters in Saint-Imier in Switzerland, the watchmaker wields its expertise steeped in tradition, elegance and performance. Along with its rich history in watch making, Longines also boasts a long-standing backstory linked with adventure and exploration...

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The origins of the AIKON can be traced back to the Maurice Lacroix Calypso. The iconic steel watch arrived on the scene in the 1990s with an integrated and water-resistant case, along with a six-arm bezel surrounding a flat sapphire crystal and a strap marked with an applied M logo. Maurice Lacroix utilised those design codes to great effect when it produced the AIKON in 2016...

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One of the preeminent names when it comes to Swiss luxury watches, Oris has often maintained its reputation for producing high-quality timepieces. Founded in 1904, and based in Hölstein in the canton of Basel-Landschaft, Switzerland, the brand has consistently created stylish timekeepers with real-world functionality...

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To commemorate its 160th anniversary, luxury watchmaker TAG Heuer has re-launched its iconic racing chronograph. The TAG Heuer Carrera, the original racing chronograph, has been redesigned and fitted with the sophisticated in-house Calibre Heuer 02 movement. This sophisticated in-house innovation is entirely Swiss-made in TAG Heuer's Chevenez manufacture and comprises 168 components, including a column wheel and a vertical clutch...

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Since 1853, Tissot has exemplified Swiss quality and reliability in its timepieces. Innovators by tradition, Tissot watches are renowned for its affordability, fine craftsmanship as well as impressive time keeping qualities. It is also a brand that has laid roots in the competitive world of sport as a partner of global sporting events and leagues...

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The Black Bay line has been emblematic of the Tudor brand ever since it made its debut in 2012. Blending traditional aesthetics with contemporary watchmaking, the collection brings together over 60 years of Tudor diver’s watches along with manufacturing techniques, reliability, robustness and the quality of finish consistent with today's most rigorous requirements...

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