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    Regulateur: Brief explanation and history behind the complication

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    Horología Prima: Regulateur: Una complicación no tan conocida


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    Re: Regulateur: Brief explanation and history behind the complication

    LOVE the look of regulateur watches. The only reason I don't yet have one is because I keep changing my mind- Chronoswiss, Dornbleuth, Bell & Ross, Christopher Ward, IWC. The one I keep coming back to is the Oris Artelier, with guilloche dial. Thanks for sharing this.

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    Re: Regulateur: Brief explanation and history behind the complication

    This is one watch I think Rainer Nienaber has got it right.

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    Re: Regulateur: Brief explanation and history behind the complication

    Quote Originally Posted by hayday View Post
    LOVE the look of regulateur watches. The only reason I don't yet have one is because I keep changing my mind- Chronoswiss, Dornbleuth, Bell & Ross, Christopher Ward, IWC. The one I keep coming back to is the Oris Artelier, with guilloche dial. Thanks for sharing this.

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    IMO a Chronoswiss regulateur is a must for collectors but the one I like the most is the Sinn!
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    Re: Regulateur: Brief explanation and history behind the complication

    I like them!

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    Re: Regulateur: Brief explanation and history behind the complication

    I don't have one in my collection, but I'm quite partial to Dornbluth's.
    The blue hands on white dial is quite stunning.

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    Re: Regulateur: Brief explanation and history behind the complication

    Quote Originally Posted by Watchbreath View Post
    This is one watch I think Rainer Nienaber has got it right.
    Yup.

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    Re: Regulateur: Brief explanation and history behind the complication

    Epos makes a very nice one at a decent price.
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    Re: Regulateur: Brief explanation and history behind the complication

    I prefer the one with the second sweep on top.

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    And if you like em dancing, there's only one, Carlo Ferrara, had them in for a test marketing, but
    they seem to only appeal to wackos like me.

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