Franck Muller Duplicate Watches may be an example of the wonderful creative minds in the industry since then he designed and built his first tourbillon watch back in 1986. In reality, he has never ceased amazing his colleagues and competition since, regarding his astounding timepieces combining complications in a new and fascinating manner. During the last three years, the Replica master of complications has gradually stepped away young the every day enterprise of the trademark, departing space to the person who had paved young Muller's way to fame, Vartan Sirmakes.
It was actually Sirmakes, previously specialized watch cases, who had contributed to the roll-out of the double-domed, tonneau shaped Curvex case, having its elegant, 1920s retro look. In 1997, Muller and Sirmakes founded the Franck Muller Group Watchland, which in their heyday utilized up to 1,000 persons and now owns 12 other organisations, including Sirmakes's old Technocase and GecoH in Meyrin near Geneva, which manufactures crowns, hands and other parts. Among the companies owned by the group are a couple of other brands as well, notably Pierre Kunz, Rodolphe (though the namesake, Rodolphe Cattin, has stopped being there), and Martin Braun.