In my latest youtube video I discuss and review to other pieces by my friends at Carl Suchy & Söhne.
The brand was originally founded by Carl Suchy himself in 1822 and together with his sons he became one of the most important watch & clock makers of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Catering it’s watches to the likes of Sigmund Freud and the emperor Franz Joseph I. After a break in 1914 the brand was revived in 2016 and with that the Waltz N°1 was created.
Carl Suchy & Söhne focusses on combining viennese elegance with swiss precision. That is why the watches are produced in Switzerland by none other than Marc Jenni a master watchmaker, former member of the “Académie Horlogère de Créateurs Indépendantes” in Geneva and it takes up to seven months for the Waltz to be completed.
“Waltz N°1” follows an elegant and minimalistic design aesthetic with an emotional twist, a love for seamlessly combining sophisticated materials and a passion for the latest technology. – It says on their website.
Since then the brand has taken its heritage and included a very unique and compelling design language – embracing Viennese elegance and minimalism.
The watch I got to wear is the Waltz No.1 in the black steel (ADLC). I did a thorough review of the brand a while ago when I had the normal steel version with both the black and white dials (you can check out the post HERE) I really like how the dial stands out due to the high contrast with the black case and the black strap. This combination of black and white creates a very casual appeal of the watch and allows for a more fresh way of wearing it.
As you know I am a big fan of the brand so if you find this watch interesting or want to know more about the brand follow the links below:
If you like you can also check out the video I did on the watches:
Hope you enjoyed this article or the video!