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Moritz Grossmann's Power Reserve Vintage takes it back to the brand's pocket watch origins

The brand revives the original logo from 1875.
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Moritz Grossmann Power Reserve Vintage

A watch that would be at home in any era, the Moritz Grossmann Power Reserve Vintage recalls the watchmaker's classic pocket watch designs in a new special edition. Available in white gold or rose gold, the watch features a dial adorned with fine Roman numerals and ultra-thin, needle-like hands that are .1mm at their thinnest point and are blued by hand. Anyone who's ever seen a Moritz Grossman will also immediately notice the logo swap to the original typography, which works perfectly with the elegant dial layout. The movement is a manually-wound calibre 100.2 with a 42-hour power reserve, which also has its own subtle indicator below the logo.

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