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Old 18 November 2020, 11:54 PM   #1
thesingularity7
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FineWatchesBerlin Teufelsberg - Bauhaus with some twists!

FineWatchesBerlin is a relatively new German micro-brand started by father-daughter duo Mia Phyllis Liefer and Wilfried Liefer. This watch does bear resemblance to Bauhaus style watches from Stowa and Nomos, but does not follow the serious, symmetrical and rigid design language of the above watches. Instead, the Teufelsberg feels like a joyful, quirky and positively eccentric improvisation of the Bahaus rule book.


Video review - https://youtu.be/DdHr2TjbH7A


Written review with more photographs - https://www.beansandbezels.com/revie...n-teufelsberg/








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