My presentation of “Watches as potential investment” during the Munichtime 2018 watchshow in Germany.

My presentation of “Watches as potential investment” during the Munichtime 2018 watchshow in Germany.

This presentation was given in German. If anybody likes to help to translate it, I could post it in my own youtube channel and we translate it to English. Message me if you like to help. Enjoy in the meantime.



Below you find the press release of Munichtime:

Press-Release, September 2018


Munichtime 2018 – To Experience Fine Watches

Every autumn, the Munichtime at the Bayerischer Hof in Munich is the centre of attraction for thousands of watch aficionados. This year, the watch exhibition will take place from October 26th to 28th. Visitors of the popular watch show may again look forward to a multitude of attractive novelties.

Here, newcomers as well as ambitious watch lovers, sportive oriented visitors as well as lovers of classic elegance will find their very personal new favorite model. In addition to an interesting mix of prime watch labels, visitors may expect a varied supporting programme which will offer new aspects every day during the exhibition. It will not only focus on the technical side of watch making but just as well on the entertainment of the visitors. The topics of time and watches will be looked at from very different perspectives.

Talks like „Watches as Potential Investments“, „The History of Wristwatches“, „Time Is Honey – On The Judicious Usage Of Time“ or „Stars and Icons“ will not only provide comprehensive information but also best entertainment with visitors’ favourite topics.

On Friday and Sunday, experts will debate on the reasons why mechanical watches are still very much coveted nowadays and on the innovation and tradition of the Glashütte watch industry at two high quality panel discussions.

The Munichtime is the only watch exhibition for end customers of its kind and size in the German speaking area. Every year, roughly 10,000 visitors appreciate especially the personal contact with the watch makers who will be present on the premises. Watch lovers from all over Germany can get quite straightforwardly into conversations with the exhibitors. The show offers an opportunity to get into a direct and personal contact with potential buyers, and this not only to well-known manufacturers but also to new or smaller labels. And at the Munichtime, aficionados may without commitment put their coveted watch on their wrist for a try, which is usually not possible at the big international watch fairs. Thus, the novelties of a label which one had hitherto only seen online may be extensively examined.

At the Munichtime, visitors and exhibitors meet in a relaxed and personal atmosphere in order to exchange their views on all facets of watches and to be entertained by an exciting supporting programme (see page 2).

Summary of the Supporting Programme at the Munichtime 2018:

Thursday, October 25th:

6pm: Guided tour through the exhibition with participation with participation in the exclusive opening event (if you are interested, please contact Bettina Rost, or +49(0)731/1520-139)

Friday, October 26th:

11am: Talk “Watches as a Potential Investment“
Boris Pjanic, watch expert and operator of the watch blog „watchesandart“

2.30pm: Impressions of the tour through manufactories in Switzerland and to Glashütte

5pm: Panel discussion „Label – Design – Technics: What Makes Watches a Coveted Item in Our Days?“ Presentation: Rüdiger Bucher, editor in chief of Ebner Uhrenmedien, mit Wilhelm Schmid, CEO A. Lange & Söhne, Simon Husslein, watch designer, Klaus-Dieter Koch, watch insider and Managing Director of Brand Trust, and watch journalist Gisbert L. Brunner

Saturday, October 27th:

11am: Talk „Time is Honey – On the Judicious Usage of Time“
Speaker and book author Jonas Geißler

2.30pm: Impressions of the tour through manufactories in Switzerland and to Glashütte

5pm: Talk „Walk through the history of the wristwatch“
Watch Journalist and Founder of the watch blog
, Gisbert L. Brunner,

Sunday, October 28th:

11am: Talk „Stars and Icons – Thrilling Anecdotes on Great Women and Their Watches“
Watch Journalist Ines Kasparek, operator of the watch blog „finest-styles“

3pm: Panel Discussion „Watches from Glashütte – Value Creation or Folklore“
Presentation: watch journalist Thomas Wanka, with Andreas Haude, General Manager Northern Europe A. Lange & Söhne, Thilo Mühle, Managing Director Mühle Glashütte and Alexander Philipp, Director Sales and Marketing Tutima Watch Manufactory

The participation in these events is free of charge; however, we recommend to register in advance with


October 26th to 28th 2018

Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Munich/Germany, Free entry!

Friday, October 26th 2018, 10am to 7pm;

Saturday, October 27th 2018, 10am to 6pm;

Sunday, October 28th 2018, 10am to 6pm

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