Skeleton Watches

A Luxurious Version Of Rudis Sylva Harmonious Oscillator Watch

The true test for any watch is the test of time. Are its design and concept still captivating even when it has been on the market for some time, and you have seen and handled it on several occasions? Perhaps the best testimony what happens when this is the case took place at Baselworld we were reunited with the Harmonious Oscillator by Rudis Sylva.


Although this watch was introduced a few years ago, and we had already spent a couple of days handling and photographing the most amazing new watches, the Harmonious Oscillator still made a profound impression.

Let Us Review The Urwerk UR-210 Amadeus Watch

With some Swiss Designer Watches Online, you wonder if you should even bother trying to write something about it. Afraid that your words don’t add anything, or are hopelessly insufficient in describing the beauty of it. In those cases, you simply want to post the images and let the reader become a viewer. However, there is enough to tell about the UR-210 Amadeus to dedicate a few words to it, even if they only serve as modest captions to an amazing watch.

A Elegant Timepiece Of Roger Dubuis Excalibur 42 Skeleton Automatic Watch

Roger Dubuis 42 Skeleton Automatic men’s watch in black DLC titanium 42mm case, featuring skeletonised automatic self winding movement with micro-rotor and sapphire crystals front and back, on black leather strap with folding clasp.

Let Us Review The Fiona Krüger Memento Mori Skull Watch

There are skull watches and then there are skull watches like this. Looking like a Mexican "Day of the Dead special" (Dia de Los Muertos), this mechanical skull-shaped watch is full of personality and design talent. Right now it is a one-of-a-kind watch, but there are plans for production in the near future. The watch was designed by Fiona Krüger while she was a design student at the ECAL school in Switzerland (University of art and design Lausanne).

Louis Cartier Tank Skeleton Sapphire & Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Skeleton Rose Gold & Roger Dubuis Automatic Skeleton Watch

There is something mesmerizing by skeleton watches. They show it all, allowing its owner to dwell on all the marvelous little parts that combined formed the movement. With nothing to hide, the watchmaker has to be at its best. Not only will every flaw in the finish of the movement be painfully visible, they also need to construct the movement with a minimum of metal used for bridges and other parts that can obstruct the view. Not an easy task, yet for some watchmakers a challenge too good to pass up on.