Hautlence HL2.2 won the Starhill Gallery Most Innovative Watch Award 2011 during the event “A Journey Through Time” which took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from December 1st to December 10th, 2011.
After 4 years of development, the Hautlence HL2.0 Collection was first presented in 2010 and officially launched in its final version in 2011. Faithful to Hautlence’s fundamental concept of offering a different way of reading time, this collection goes even further and establishes Hautlence among the most prestigious contemporary watchmaking brands. The Hautlence HL2.0 models display half-trailing jumping hours one of the special features of this second collection retrograde minutes a signature of the brand and a power-reserve indicator. The collection also includes an automatic movement for the first time.
Hautlence is very proud to announce that the HL2.2 won the price of the most innovative watch last Saturday in Malaysia. “A Journey Through time” is Asia’s largest watches and jewellery event and it is endorsed for the 5th consecutive year by the Ministry of Tourism of Malaysia. Let us note that, in 2009, Hautlence was already honored by the men’s watch award for the HLS08.
Hautlence would like to extend its gratitude to Mister Yin, shop manager at Khronos and Frank and Charmaine Low from Luxury Concept who give a lot of energy to promote the brand in Malaysia.
Hautlence – the name is an anagram of Neuchâtel ? was founded in 2004 and is now paying tribute to the cradle of watchmaking. It has brought a new dynamism to the art of watchmaking, earning the approval of collectors and watch-lovers around the world. The brand has rejected the design codes of traditional watchmaking and draws its inspiration from the past, combining this with innovative mechanics borrowed from other areas of industry to create new approaches to reading time. In addition to designing and developing its own movements, Hautlence now produces some of its own components in-house following the successful integration of all departments of its contemporary watchmaking workshop under one roof, now located in the horological metropolis.