The Praeludium Petit is the smallest member of the Praeludium collection which makes it perfectly suitable for both men and women.
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Jens Koch wrote a wonderful review about three bicompax chronographs, ours turned out to be not bad at al!
In this article Robin Nooy from Monochrome elaborates on our Guilloché Chronograph. “The Staudt collection is certainly worth your time, and the new Staudt Guilloché Chronograph is no exception.”
This chronograph watch is a masterpiece. The Guilloche dial is engine turned from solid Sterling silver on a century-old rose engine and the case made from 18-carat solid gold. Limited to only 50 pieces, individually numbered on the dial.
Yvo visits Jochen Benzinger at his atelier in Germany to show and talk about how the rose engine works. The rose engine is the machine with which Guilloche patterns are created.
Shooting with sand at a watch? Yvo will elaborate on the Praeludium Black Edition, how it’s made and why he loves the Black Edition.
Photoshoot for our new Staudt Ton sur Ton collection. Take a look in the day of shooting photo’s for the Ton Sur Ton collection with Yvo guiding you through the day!
Our Praeludium Chronograph Black Edition being reviewed by Brice Goulard from Monochrome. “The brand masculinizes its game with a full black watch.”
An interview with Yvo Staudt on why the sponsorship from Staudt matches with the Kensington Polo Trophy 2019. Get a sneak peak of the Kensington Polo Trophy Event which took place at Polopark Zürich.
Bert Buijsrogge from Fratello Watches wrote a review about our newest Praeludium Chronograph in British Racing Green. Check it out via the link below. Staudt is an official partner for the BMW Privileges program in The Netherlands. A select group of BMW clients were invited to the Staudt-farm in Boekelo, where Yvo Staudt told his…
Bert Buijsrogge from Fratello Watches wrote a review about our newest Praeludium Chronograph in British Racing Green (direct link).