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Photo Gallery: The Watches And People Of WatchTime New York 2019

For the fifth consecutive year, WatchTime New York brought out the very best of New York’s horological scene.

By Watchonista

Our friends at WatchTime magazine hosted another spectacular fete to celebrate the very best of watchmaking in New York City. With 37 participating brands and 1,600 attendees, it’s safe to say this year’s WatchTime New York was the biggest yet.
 

WatchTime New York 2019 (Photo by WatchTime)

From industry legends like A.Lange & Söhne, Blancpain, Breguet, and Omega, to Japanese stalwarts G-Shock, Grand Seiko, and Seiko. WatchTime New York was THE place to be last weekend in New York.
 

Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon 30° Technique Ceramic Limited Edition
Grand Seiko Spring Drive Godzilla 65th Anniversary Limited Edition
Romain Gauthier
Kari Voutilainen

The show also served as a launching platform for a wide variety of new novelties. Greubel Forsey debuted their new Double Tourbillon 30° Technique in stunning blue ceramic. HYT brought their H5 for its first public release. Zenith reinforced their collections with a special open-worked Chronomaster 2. Finally, G-SHOCK showed its MTG-B1000XB for the first time in the US. We even went Ultra Deep with Omega!
 

Zenith Chronomaster 2
Zenith Chronomaster 2

WatchTime 2019 Photo Gallery

For the third year, Watchonista was present at New York City’s Gotham Hall for this year’s edition of WatchTime. It was the perfect moment to relive some of our favorite timepieces of 2019 and catch-up with friends from around the globe.
 

Tulloch T-01 First Edition


Please enjoy this selection of some of our favorite timepieces and moments from WatchTime New York 2019.
 

Grand Seiko Spring Drive Godzilla 65th Anniversary Limited Edition
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra-Deep Professional
G-SHOCK MTG-B1000XB
Stephen Forsey, Co-Founder of Greubel Forsey
Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon 30° Technique Ceramic Limited Edition
Emmanuel Breguet
Oris Co-CEO, Rolf Studer
Oris Big Crown ProPilot X Calibre 115
Claude Greisler, CEO and Technical Director of Armin Strom
Armin Strom Resonance Pure
Glashutte Original Sixties Panorama Date
Glashutte Original Sixties Panorama Date
Pierre Jacques, CEO of De Bethune
De Bethune DB28 Kind of Blue
Rexhep Rexhepi, Founder of Akrivia
Akrivia Tourbillon Heure Minute

(Photography by Liam O'Donnell)

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