2019 Behind the Lens – Our Best Videos of the Year

Our videos, which we’d like to call “in-profundity movies”, are something we’re glad for, here at MONOCHROME. We take a ton of time and energy to deliver them since we accept that seeing a watch or an idea in video and not in photograph significantly assists with understanding the magnificence that is covered up in these timekeeping objects. This year, 2019, we’ve created more than 60 videos, which can be seen on our YouTube channel . Be that as it may, as we’re bidding farewell to 2019, here’s a recap of our most seen films of the year.

Understanding the CODE 11:59 by Audemars Piguet

We start with THE most disputable assortment of the year, if not of the decade… The Code 11:59 by Audemars Piguet, completely audited here , which you can find in the film beneath. Surely not the most cherished watch of the brand, it, be that as it may, has the right to be found in the metal to be completely valued, since there are various subtleties to discover.

Our whole SIHH 2019 inclusion (12 videos)

Since the SIHH – or now Watches & Wonders – used to be the first horological occasion of the year, we’ve consistently taken incredible consideration to give you a really top to bottom inclusion, which incorporates a progression of videos and meetings to find the new collections.

The Bvlgari Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT

Since this watch is the world’s most slender chronograph – and it’s programmed and it includes a GMT work – we needed to comprehend everything behind this specialized accomplishment. Indeed, honestly, the Bvlgari Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT is one of the features of 2019.

Inside Bovet’s Manufacture with Pascal Raffy

Bovet, champ of the GPHG 2018, is quite possibly the most interesting produces around. We accepted the open door With the dispatch of the brand’s most current watch, the Recital 26 Brainstorm Chapter One, we accepted the open door of going to Fleurier to visit this atelier where some of Switzerland’s best watches are crafted.

TAG Heuer Monaco 50th Anniversary

Celebrating 50 years of perhaps the most notable watches of the second 50% of the twentieth century, the Heuer Monaco, and quite possibly the main developments at any point made, the Caliber 11, TAG Heuer has had a guard crop year delivering a few restricted release watches. We headed out to Monte Carlo and La Chaux-de-Fonds to comprehend all that there is to think about this faction watch.

Introducing A. Lange & Söhne Odysseus

Another dubious watch in 2019 was the  A. Lange & Söhne Odysseus , another competitor in the extravagance sports watch category… and one from a brand we didn’t expect in this portion. In any case, Lange has done it and, if you like it (that’s altogether up to you), the execution and the idea are fairly great. The Odysseus is completely clarified by Anthony de Haas, A. Lange & Söhne’s overseer of item development.

Breguet, The Unmistakable Signs – What makes a Breguet watch unique?

An significant question… replied by Emmanuel Breguet himself, in one of our most rich films. From the guilloché dial to the Breguet numerals, from the mysterious mark to the blued hands, find all the subtleties that make a Breguet unique.

The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Selfwinding Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin

The champ of the GPHG 2019 , our founder’s most loved watch of the year , the most slender unending schedule observe at any point made (which can be worn consistently), a plan roused by the most famous extravagance sports watch available, and a development of amazing slenderness and complexity: the Royal Oak Selfwinding Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin is a standout watch.

Understanding the Concept behind the Armin Strom Resonance

Many of you will be comfortable with the idea of reverberation and the small bunch of watches that have been made utilizing this interesting physical concept… But on the off chance that there’s one watch to recollect, it is the Armin Strom Resonance, presumably the most developed watch depending on reverberation. Furthermore, it is completely clarified here.

BONUS – Driving the New 2019 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Convertible

You may have seen, for this present year we’ve presented two new sections. One is “The Vintage Corner”, which just began seven days prior . The second is “The Petrolhead Corner”, a progression of articles devoted to another energy of MONOCHROME’s colleagues (in any event, some of them…): vehicles and motorsport. Also, we couldn’t keep our test drive of the new Porsche 992 4S all to ourselves… So we made a short video survey of it.

Thank you again for being devoted to MONOCHROME in 2019. Upbeat New Year and see you in 2020.