We comprehend that it isn’t (generally) simple or even possible for everyone to enjoy the most recent novelties or see certain watches in person. Sometimes, as we are in the watch business ourselves, we will in general forget these things a piece. That’s why we love to host occasions in close cooperation with brands and boutiques. Along these lines, we can carry our perusers closer to the brands and bad habit versa.
Last weekend we co-organized an occasion with the Tourbillon Boutique in Baden-Baden, Germany. Tourbillon Boutique is essential for Swatch Group, and has around 20 boutiques world wide. In the Tourbillon Boutiques, you will locate the top of the line Swatch Group brands, for example, Omega, Blancpain, Glashütte Original, Breguet and Jaquet Droz for example.
However, for this occasion we chose to focus on the Omega Trilogy watches that were introduced for this present year. Right now, these Railmaster, Speedmaster’57 and Seamaster 300 watches are being conveyed to the boutiques and their clients.
We talked about these watches in detail in our introductory article on the Omega Trilogy , yet you will also locate the individual watches examined here (Speedmaster’57) and here (Seamaster 300) . Our top to bottom Railmaster survey will follow shortly.
For this occasion in Baden-Baden, a delightful city (Baden-Baden is so decent that you need to name it twice) simply a good 1.5 hours below Frankfurt. We welcomed only 20 visitors, as the Tourbillon Boutique in Baden-Baden is moderately little and we didn’t need it to be very crowdy. The visitors should have the option to enjoy the Omega Trilogy and other watches without queueing up.
After a word of welcome by Tourbillon Boutique, I introduced myself and talked for a couple of moments about the Omega Trilogy watches. A touch of their history, accessibility, and the subtleties of the watches that honor the original pieces. The thought was to have the new Omega Trilogy watches there, yet in addition to have the original Railmaster CK2914, Seamaster 300 CK2913 and Speedmaster CK2915 so the visitors would have the option to see the distinctions and likenesses themselves. After my introduction talk, my colleague Balazs Ferenczi showed the new versus the vintage pieces to the visitors and clarified them in detail.
For this occasion, Tourbillon Boutique Baden-Baden went as far as possible and tried to stock their showcases with the current Omega Speedmaster collection. Our visitors were also ready to reserve a spot for the Omega Trilogy pieces and some of them cheerfully did. For all visitors Omega and Tourbillon Boutique arranged a goody sack, including our ‘Speedy Tuesday’ magazine and the Speedmaster 60th Anniversary poster.
Just around the corner, we as a whole enjoyed a pleasant lunch at this wonderful Italian café ‘Garibaldi’. A wonderful opportunity to converse with everyone and looking at the watches everyone brought with them. We had an incredible blend of collectors and fans, sporting both new and vintage Omega pieces.
The Omega Trilogy comes in a bunch of three pieces, limited to 557 sets. The Omega Trilogy observes also as discrete watches, limited to 3557 pieces each. The Omega Speedmaster has a retail cost of 6800 Euro, the Seamaster 300 is evaluated at 6600 Euro and the Railmaster has a sticker price of 6400 Euro (cost may fluctuate because of contrasts in deals charges). The Omega Trilogy set is cost at approx. 20.000 CHF.
It was an incredible occasion and a wonderful opportunity to meet with some of our German and Austrian perusers. If it’s not too much trouble, join to our bulletin to be stayed up with the latest for future events.
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*The plain photos were taken by Thomas Wanka of Uhren Magazine.