Happenings: The Horological Society Of New York To Hold Weekend Classes In Detroit, San Francisco, Los Angeles, And Denver

Happenings: The Horological Society Of New York To Hold Weekend Classes In Detroit, San Francisco, Los Angeles, And Denver

Fresh from a sold-out program in Singapore, the 152-year-old Horological Society of New York (HSNY) is adding new objections to its Traveling Education plan with first-time stops in Detroit and Denver. In October, HSNY will likewise set out on a California leg of the visit, returning to San Francisco and Los Angeles because of well known demand. 

Here are the four upcoming visit stops:

  • Detroit, MI (September 29-30) – Hosted by StockX  
  • San Francisco, CA (October 6-7) – Hosted by Harry Winston  
  • Los Angeles, CA (October 13-14) – Hosted by F.P. Journe  
  • Denver, CO (October 20-21) – Hosted by RedBar  

On each stop of the late-summer visit, a pair of master HSNY watchmakers will lead four-hour courses covering material from Horology 101-103 classes educated in HSNY’s New York City leader study hall. Outfitted with ETA 6497 developments and accompanying instruments, understudies will have the chance to dismantle and reassemble a complete mechanical development and gain a comprehensive comprehension of what makes a mechanical fake watch prices tick. 

Visit HSNY’s Eventbrite page for a complete rundown of timetables and to buy tickets. No past experience is required. Benefit produced from ticket deals goes towards HSNY’s central goal of propelling the workmanship and study of horology through education. 

HODINKEE is a backer of the Horological Society of New York.

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