Our new event ClubQP launches on Wednesday night, hosting 15 watch brands in the luxurious surroundings of a private members’ club overlooking the Tower of London.
Some of the most established watchmaking maisons in the world will be joined by a host of exciting independent brands in taking up residence at Ten Trinity Square, while the QP team present visitors with a programme of live talks and discussions covering some of the most topical themes in watch collecting.
ClubQP opens on Wednesday (27th November) at Ten Trinity Square Private Club, 10 Trinity Square, London EC3N 4AJ at 6:30pm with a champagne reception and panel discussion and exhibition focusing on the work of legendary watch designer Gerald Genta. Doors close at 10pm.
The showcase of watches continues on Thursday (11am-10pm) with talks from explorer Ash Dykes and panel discussions on the market for vintage watches, the future of watchmaking and the enduring popularity of the Omega Speedmaster as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. Click here for tickets.
But what can visitors expect from ClubQP in terms of watches?
Two cover stars of the current Winter 2019 issue of QP Magazine will be there for visitors to try on with Vacheron Constantin bringing its 18ct pink gold Overseas Perpetual Calendar...
while Jaeger-LeCoultre brings its Master Ultra-Thin Perpetual Calendar Enamel.
Montblanc will be focusing on its new Heritage collection with a full complement of watches from perpetual calendar to small seconds and not forgetting this salmon-dialled Heritage Pulsometer, we shot for QP Magazine earlier this year.
Bell & Ross’ smart new steel sports luxe model, the BR 05, will be the focus of the French brand’s presence although it promises a few surprising additions, such as the £50,000 BR-X2 Tourbillon Micro-rotor and the new BR 03-92 Full Lume, a watch sure to light up the room.
Doxa, newly represented on these shores, will be showing off its classic dive watch designs such as the limited edition SUB 200 T.Graph and SUB 300T, which is available in no fewer than six dial colours.
Swiss avant garde watchmaker Cyrus will be showing off its unique Klepcys Vertical Tourbillon.
One of the oldest names in watchmaking, Favre Leuba, will be showing off its colourful Raider Sea Sky Chronograph...
... alongside British newcomer Zerowest, with its collection of watches which pay tribute to important moments in history.
German brand Junghans will be showing off its range-topping Meister collection, including this Meister Calendar.
Emile Chouriet will be bringing its smart, art deco-influenced Lac Leman Chronograph Blue.
Reservoir’s air gauge-inspired circular dive watch, the Hydrosphere, will sit alongside models from the brand’s Longbridge and Battlefield collections.
Czapek will display its most contemporary design to date, the titanium Place Vendome tourbillon and GMT, alongside its GPHG-winning Quai de Bergues model.
Ball Watches’ will launch its new Hydrocarbon Original, the first watch it has produced with a sandwich dial
While ClubQP will be the first public showing of Urban Jurgensen's new Alfred 40.