Last week in Tuesday evening the MONOCHROME group showed up in Basel and, according to normal, we came from different bearings. Brice drove right from Tours, France, to Switzerland and got Xavier in Neuchatel while in transit to Basel. Rebecca took a departure from Spain and Roberta flew in from the US to attend Baselworld. Robin and I drove from the Netherlands (The Hague/Rotterdam), by means of the German Autobahn (more roadworks than we jumped at the chance to be honest) to the Baselworld Watch Fair. Recently, following a debilitating seven days, loaded with gatherings, we headed back home and today… we’re resting, unpacking and I’m going through the entire day with my three-year-old child (it’s time to play Fireman Sam or whatever is his #1 this week.)
One of the features of the previous seven days was the well known Schnitzel Dinner that we’ve been arranging for a very long time as of now. Something that began as a little and casual gathering of autonomous watchmakers (Grönefeld, Voutilainen, Speake-Marin, Sarpaneva – among others), online columnists and authorities has developed dramatically throughout the long term and we in a real sense assumed control over the eatery. Towards the finish of the night, it’s consistently an ideal opportunity for the table shot.
You can discover all our Baselworld inclusion here , on the off chance that you missed something, and starting tomorrow, we’ll gradually turn over the motors once more. A debt of gratitude is in order for understanding MONOCHROME and I trust you making the most of our inclusion of the reasonable. On Friday we’ll end the Dan Henry part with, so on the off chance that you have not rounded out the short survey, you can do that here .