- The Speake-Marin next to the Ferrari F40!

Reunited with THAT Ferrari F40! | EXPERIENCE

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Supercar aficionados and watch connoisseurs go hand in hand so when Speake-Marin invited me to visit their Atelier, it seemed like the perfect opportunity for me to learn about the industry. Naturally I had to stop by Perego Cars to join Greg and head over in the Ferrari F40 to perfectly balance Italian passion and Swiss precision!

Starting off at the showroom and wearing a Speake-Marin Seafire from the Classic collection, it's straight into the legendary Ferrari for the journey, one that takes us meandering around the lakes and along some wonderful roads. After a beautiful lunch stop it's then over to the discrete location of the Speake-Marin Atelier for an opportunity to see up close at the works that goes into creating one of the timepieces. In particular we can take a look at the One & Two, and even have a go myself before feasting our eyes in the spectacular Magister, a watch with a bi-tourbillon mechanism.

A big thank you goes to Speake-Marin for making this video possible. Also to Greg and Perego Cars for the use of the F40 for the day.

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Comments (2)
  • I'd take the car. The SM watches have gorgeously made and designed movements, but overall design wise they always felt to me at least like the horological equivalent of a gold wrapped Lambo parked outside Harrods. Then again a lot of the small high end Swiss boutique brands are like that. Must know their market. Though for pure tacky Hublot are way out in front. And "Seafire". Really? How that has any connection in design or otherwise with the marine version of the Supermarine Spitfire is beyond me.

    1 year ago
  • Switzerland is possibly the worst place to own a supercar.

    1 year ago
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