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Philip LütolfA skilled watchmaker and a Philip Lütolf workshopbrilliant inventor, Philip Lütolf entered the world of horology in rather a peculiar way. After an accident, he was admitted to hospital, where he had enough time to to develop the concept of the unique timepiece. In his early childhood, Philip was crazy about technical inventions. This passion led him to the prestigious University of St. Gallen, where he was awarded MBA degree in 1912. Since that time, he took up the leading positions in many prestigious companies.
After 2 years of deep researches and hard work, he took out a patent for his invention of the "Helicoïdal Constant Force." After 3.5 years, this invention was placed in the HP - 0, that was the first prototype of Helicoïdal timepiece.
Since 2005, Phillip Lütolf together with the team of engineers, mechanicians and skilled watchmakers, devoted himself to the development and improvement of his Helicoïdal timepieces.
In January, 2009, he presented his first HP - 1 wrist watch, that was rated high on the  watch market of luxury goods. The price of this model was one million Swiss francs. This is the first wrist watch in the history of watchmaking, that integrates coil spring in the movement. By the end of the year, this exceptional wrist watch was followed by another HP - E model, released in the limited edition of 38 items. You can buy this watch from the limited edition with just 600,000 Swiss francs.

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