Tradition versus innovation – that is the main battle waged daily across the copy watches online making industry.
Every proponent of tradition has numerous valid points justifying an attempt to retain and protect the status quo above all else. Tradition is where watchmaking came from: it is its past and its home.
Observing tradition shows respect to the great minds and incredible artisans that came before; tradition can’t and shouldn’t be ignored, lest we lose the knowledge that was gained through hard work and inspiration.
I don’t know anyone in the industry that doesn’t outwardly respect tradition.
Yet there are many who view innovation as the best way to respect tradition, since it was innovation in pursuit of excellence and accuracy in watchmaking that paved the way for much of modern science and engineering.
The need for accurate timekeeping devices was and remains crucial to the continued progress of scientific discovery. And with the development of better and more accurate timepieces came new materials, tools, and processes to enable the formation of some of the most incredible mechanical creations that humans have ever made.
Obviously, I lean more toward the latter category in that innovation should be encouraged in all aspects of watchmaking development. That is why some of my favorite pieces are what might be called the “crazy” avant-garde: the watches that break many, if not most, of the conventions of watchmaking in search of something new, interesting, and entirely exploratory.
Ulysse Nardin Replica Innovision 2 on the wrist
The category is filled with intensely complicated and scientifically advanced creations, and chief among them is the new Ulysse Nardin InnoVision 2.
Ulysse Nardin has been around a very long time and has a tradition of innovation dating back decades. In recent years, engineers and watchmakers at Ulysse Nardin have gone to great lengths to push the boundaries of avant-garde watchmaking to create mechanical marvels that hurl the entire industry forward.
Ulysse Nardin was the first to use silicon in a wristwatch, which, along with a surprising mechanical design, ushered the entire industry into the age of hyper watches.
In 2007 Ulysse Nardin introduced a swiss made replica watches for sale whose sole purpose was to be a vehicle for innovation (see Looking Back On 10 Years Of Ulysse Nardin’s Pioneering InnoVision Technology).
The InnoVision featured ten innovations never before seen in watchmaking that set Ulysse Nardin to drive down a path of continued exploration. Many of those innovations have since found their way into production models, proving the effort was directly tied to making better watches for the customer.