In 2008 Christine Hutter founded the fine, independent Glashütte watch manufactory Moritz Grossmann with the name of the famous Glashütte watch pioneer. The timepieces of the Saxon watch genius and initiator of the German Watchmaking School (1878), Moritz Grossmann, are symbols of modern thinking in the form of classic, reduced design and perfect mechanics. The manufactory stands for superb craftsmanship, combined with great history yet concentrated on the essentials. The timepieces are unique in their highest standard of finishing and manual hand production.
The brand's timepieces stand for outstanding mechanical solutions that combine easy handling with technical perfection. These include Grossmann's manual winding with pusher, the self-winding movement of the HAMATIC, as well as the stop-seconds with hairbrush and the split minute display of the TOURBILLON (both patented). The TEFNUT Twist enables ladies to wind the watch comfortably and quickly via the strap.