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IN VIDEO: How a Moritz Grossmann watch is made

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Perched on rocky outcrop overlooking the Saxony watchmaking hub of Glashütte, Moritz Grossmann’s ultra-modern HQ stands in stark contrast to the rest of the town.

But the above video shows that the watch-making process inside Moritz Grossmann is almost as traditional as its neighbours. However WatchPro can’t think of any other watchmakers currently using micro-brushes made of human hair, as the brand does within its £132,000 Benu Tourbillon to halt the balance wheel.

Moritz Grossmann watches are sold in the UK at William & Son in Mayfair.

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James Buttery

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Editor of WatchPro, the WatchPro Hot 100 and The Luxury Report.

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