Friday, November 10, 2017

Moritz Grossmann TEFNUT Twist Classic Wins Eve’s Watch Award in the “Best Innovation 2017” Category

This year’s Eve’s Watch Award winners were celebrated at Morton’s Club on 2 November 2017 in London. For the second time now, Eve’s Watch – the only watch magazine for women only – commended outstanding design, dedication, and pioneering achievements in the world of horology.

The broadening feminine appeal of the scene is evidenced by a growing number of female watch buyers and collectors as well as by the many charismatic and talented women in prominent positions within the industry. Alongside the “Public Vote” award, more than 50 respected manufactures were rated in a total of 12 categories, including “Best Design”, “Best High Jewellery”, and “Best Newcomer”.
Moritz Grossmann won the Eve’s Watch Award in the “Best Innovation” category, for which Chanel, Fabergé, Hermès, Richard Mille, and Ressence were also nominated. The jury was impressed by the new strap winder of the TEFNUT Twist Classic.

The unique mechanism makes it possible to wind the watch with just a few “twists” of the strap attachment at 6 o’clock. Grossmann’s watchmakers developed this solution, which is especially comfortable for smaller timepieces; it can also be operated with gloves or freshly applied nail polish.

The Eve’s Watch Awards 2017 were organised with the support of Urb-it, an on-demand lifestyle shopping app. The jury composed of journalists, designers, influencers, purchasers, watchmakers and collectors, most of them women, recognises and represents the unique feminine facets of horology.

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