In 2008, trained watchmaker Christine Hutter re-registered the brand Moritz Grossmann, named after the 19th century great German horologist. Inspired by the features of Grossmann’s pocket watches, the modern wristwatches of Moritz Grossmann are the epitome of the most genuine craftsmanship, and the greatest achievement of precision. It therefore presents to the watch connoisseurs: Schönstes deutsches Handwerk.
As the artisanal crown of Moritz Grossmann’s vision, the flying three-minute tourbillon with stop seconds is one of the most formidable challenges in horology. The complex choreography of mechanical precision can be admired through the sapphire-crystal back. It expresses technical virtuosity and stands for traditional craftsmanship.
The Moritz Grossmann UNIVERSALZEIT makes it possible to see the current time in different time zones around the world at a single glance. Designed to depict the world map, the dial uses time windows precisely aligned with coordinates and city names as a means of providing orientation in terms of time and geography. A total of six windows displays the hour from 1 to 24 in each of the six cities.