Montres Passion Selects Watch Of The Year 2002
The panel of judges of “Watch of the Year 2002” has reached its verdict. And each watch in the trio of award-winning timepieces originates from La Chaux-de-Fonds.
The panel of judges of the magazine “Montres Passion” and its German counterpart “Uhrenwelt” have selected the Watch of the Year 2002.
The final vote saw the panel nominate the Classical Heure Sautante from Corum, a model with automatic mechanical movement, praising its superior technical and
Second place went to the Tank à vis from Cartier, with third spot going to the Richeville chronograph for men from Girard-Perregaux. The award-winning trio is
Composed of watchmaking professionals, the panel of judges, chaired by Philippe
The Classical Heure Sautante, for its part, was produced in three limited
The prize, awarded this year for the ninth time, is intended to promote the best Swiss watch designs, both from a technical and an aesthetic viewpoint.