Chanel Launches Mademoiselle Prive Décor Coromandel White Gold Watch

[2015 Basel] At this year’s Basel watch fair, Chanel will launch the new Mademoiselle Prive Décor Coromandel watch. Following Beige beige gold, today I will introduce you to the platinum one.
   The case of this Mademoiselle Prive Décor Coromandel white gold watch is made of white gold, 37.5 mm in diameter and decorated with snowflake-shaped diamonds. The platinum dial pattern is inspired by Chinese ebony lacquered screens, and is carefully retouched with engraving.
   The watch is equipped with a self-winding mechanical movement, equipped with a 42-hour power reserve, displaying hours and minutes. This watch has an elegant Mississippi alligator strap with a folding clasp embellished with brilliant diamonds. The new Mademoiselle Prive Décor Coromandel watch is entirely made in Switzerland and can be described as a unique masterpiece.
technical details

Movement: automatic mechanical movement with 42 hours power reserve
Function: hour, minute
Case: White gold, diameter 37.50 mm, thickness 8.99 mm, non-back-through, water-resistant to 30 meters
Dial: Black
Diamond setting: case, buckle
Strap: leather strap with folding clasp
Limited release: 1 piece

Charles Leclerc Marching Towards Formula

Charles Leclerc stood out in the first schedule of the Formula Two Championship, which is the FIA’s gateway to Formula One. The current GP3 ​​Championship holder, the brand friend of RICHARD MILLE, won the championship with outstanding performance in the first two races on the Bahrain Sakhir circuit.

   On Saturday, April 15, Charles represented the Prema team and set the tone for a race in the starting position. In this race, he went all out to compete with Artem Markelov and Norman Nato, who are very experienced drivers. This young racing wizard, with technology and self-discipline, firmly locked in the third position on the podium, and this excellent start only greatly inspired Charles’s fighting spirit.

On Sunday, April 16th, the novice will aim directly at the championship

   Although he kept the lead during the sprint race, Charles was pitted to change tires only 9 laps from the finish. This bold move forced him to do his best. He then caught up with the leading driver with an advantage of 3 to 4 seconds per lap, sped up more than one opponent, and rose to third place in the last two laps. After one lap, Leclerc surpassed the top two Rowland and Ghiotto and achieved his first victory in Formula Two with an advantage of 1.569 seconds. This savvy strategist has accomplished a feat comparable to the greatest Formula One drivers.

   ‘Honestly, before the last four laps, I didn’t expect that we could recover the lost time, but Luca and Oliver argued with each other for a while, and we finally succeeded. Thanks to the engineers for building such an excellent car, and to my team , Think of such a great strategy! ‘

   The 19-year-old racer made a big splash, once in the starting position, twice on the podium, one of which won the championship, and now ranks first in the F2 Championship temporary world ranking with 36 points.

   ‘It’s such a shocking performance, I’m still shocked. Charles showed great courage and superb technology. There is no doubt that when people refer to this tournament again, he will never forget his feat. ‘Charles is demonstrating time and time again that he deserves F1 and is likely to be a great racer,’ said Richard Mille.

Charles proves once again that he has all the qualities of a Formula One driver:

   Discipline, determination, and passion. Next, I believe Charles will perform more brilliantly on the Barcelona-Catalan circuit in Barcelona, ​​Spain from May 12-14.

Extraordinary Mechanical Aesthetics Roger Dubuis Excalibur Automatic Skeleton Automatic Skeleton Watch

Roger Dubuis’s first self-winding skeletonized movement, code-named RD820SQ, is a shining star in the lineup of the Excalibur Automatic Skeleton self-winding skeleton series. This outstanding multi-functional movement is set against the classic Excalibur King series case styling characteristics and various materials. It is an extraordinary machine that combines architectural beauty and exquisite craftsmanship.

   Roger Dubuis’s classic Excalibur series includes a variety of hand-wound timepieces, reflecting the brand’s determination to become the ‘pioneer of contemporary skeleton movements’ and its recognized extraordinary skills in the field of tourbillons. Roger Dubuis knows that many mechanical watch enthusiasts value the credibility and convenience of the automatic winding movement. Therefore, in 2015, they launched the outstanding RD820SQ automatic winding movement. This movement consists of 167 pieces. Made of individually refined parts.

   Roger Dubuis’s R & D department strives to integrate its technical expertise and aesthetic talents, giving this skeletonized movement a star-like transparency and ensuring that this feature is not affected by the automatic winding mechanism. The star shape developed according to the concept of ‘interstellar cutout’ is deliberately prominent in this model to create a distinctive three-dimensional visual effect and complement the unique appearance of the miniature rotor. As the representative creation of Roger Dubuis, this miniature oscillating weight shows the brand’s determination to continuously exceed its limits. It has replaced the function of the central pendulum since 2005, but still can produce the same amount of winding kinetic energy. Today, ten years later, the brand is facing the challenge again. The hollow micro-rotor is incorporated into the self-winding movement, so that it has a light and transparent body without reducing the functional efficiency. Most people will think that such superior performance must rely on the rotor itself. The weight is actually not the case, this hollow miniature rotor is the best proof.

Excalibur Automatic Skeleton Skeleton-DLC coated titanium

   This outstanding timepiece is fully in line with the taste of fashion life. They have the characteristics of the King of the Excalibur series-such as the round case with a grooved bezel and three-point lugs, and the toffee-like hands on the dial- It exudes a handsome and eye-catching temperament, and is suitable for wearing at work and private occasions. It is highly practical.

   This watch offers the possibility of matching various materials. The wearer can choose according to personal preference: rose gold exudes warm luster (even if set with brilliant gemstones), platinum shows brilliance, and DLC coated titanium alloy shows contemporary avant-garde style. The lightweight carbon fiber SMC composite highlights the sense of movement and high-tech spirit …

   The unique RD820SQ movement is brighter and brighter in the shape of the Excalibur Automatic Skeleton watch.

Excalibur Skeleton Automatic

Case: 42 mm diameter, carbon fiber SMC composite
Thickness: 12.14 mm
Dial: Hollow; black rim, red transfer minute ring,
White transfer Roger Dubuis (Roger Dubuis),
Poinçon de Genève (Mark of Geneva)
And swiss made,
5 minute scale in white gold with appliqués
Water resistance: 3 bar (30 meters)
Strap: Genuine black alligator leather and rubber strap
Buckle: Black DLC-coated titanium adjustable buckle
Movement: RD820SQ self-winding movement with miniature rotor
Yield: unlimited
Certification: Seal of Geneva (Poinçon de Genève)

RD820SQ movement: automatic winding skeleton
Features: mechanical self-winding movement, precisely adjusted in six directions
Function: hour and minute display
Decoration: skeleton movement with skeleton miniature rotor, carbon grey rhodium plating,
Round granular splint, fully refined in accordance with the Geneva Seal Standard
Parts: 167
Gems: 35
Diameter: 16 French cents
Thickness: 6.38 mm
Vibration frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour)
Power reserve: 60 hours

Excalibur Skeleton Automatic
Case: 42 mm diameter, black DLC-coated titanium alloy
Thickness: 12.14 mm
Dial: Hollow; black bezel, gray transfer minute ring,
White transfer Roger Dubuis (Roger Dubuis),
Poinçon de Genève (Mark of Geneva)
And swiss made,
5 minute scale in white gold with appliqués
Water resistance: 3 bar (30 meters)
Strap: Black genuine alligator strap, hand-stitched
Buckle: Black DLC-coated titanium adjustable buckle
Movement: RD820SQ self-winding movement with miniature rotor
Yield: unlimited
Certification: Seal of Geneva (Poinçon de Genève)

RD820SQ movement: automatic winding skeleton
Features: mechanical self-winding movement, precisely adjusted in six directions
Function: hour and minute display
Decoration: skeleton movement with skeleton miniature rotor, carbon grey rhodium plating,
Round granular splint, fully refined in accordance with the Geneva Seal Standard
Parts: 167
Gems: 35
Diameter: 16 French cents
Thickness: 6.38 mm
Vibration frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour)
Power reserve: 60 hours

Hamilton Thin-o-matic Slim Timepiece With Deep History

The design concept of the new Hamilton Thin-O-Matic originates from the 1960s, when the original model of the same name was released. Today’s new models come in two sizes, both of which use a slim Swiss-made automatic movement that is elegantly shaped and comfortable to wear. The original Thin-O-Matic model was the thinnest automatic watch at the time. The new version of the timepiece follows the extraordinary Swiss craftsmanship, and is infused with fashionable clock technology and design aesthetics. Thin-O-Matic is also a member of the Modern Times by Hamilton. The series is inspired by the classic movies of Charlie Chaplin in the 1930s, witnessing the brand’s long history and achievements over the years.
back to the Future
    The Hamilton Thin-O-Matic inherits its superior tradition, using modern methods to interpret nostalgic elements, such as soft curved lines on the surface and second hand, snap buttons, and engraved Hamilton classic logo and brand logo on the case back. The strap adopts a metal style with nine joints, and the H-shaped buckle is a little fun. At the same time, it also echoes the design of the original model of the 1960s. Customers can also choose a retro-style leather strap with tapered ends and stitching on the back, exquisite craftsmanship.
Fine retro-style leather strap with sharp ends, stitching on the back, exquisite craftsmanship
Cutting-edge modern technology
   The watch uses the automatic movement No. 2824, which is as thin as the original planetary oscillating movement of 1957, ensuring that today’s customers can truly keep pace with the times and swing freely. In combination with the wisdom of cutting-edge watches, the stepped angular case is equipped with Worn sapphire crystal, it is more beautiful and durable. Hamilton Thin-O-Matic is available in 38 and 42 mm cases for men and women. Both timepieces are timeless and elegant. The 38mm model also has two Hamilton vacuum gold-plated models. The unique pale gold tone was first created by the brand in the 1940s. It feels gentle and adds luster. Many Hamilton watches have been used for many years.
The unique pale gold tone was first created by the brand in the 1940s, and it feels moisturizing
Technical Parameters:

Hamilton Thin-O-Matic 38 mm

Size: 38 mm

Case: stainless steel

Surface: silver, black or champagne gold

Strap: black or brown leather or metal retractable strap

Movement: automatic movement 2824

Sapphire crystal

Water resistance: 5 bar (50 meters) / 73psi (164 feet)

Suggested retail price: HK $ 6,400-7,180

Launch Date: February 2011

Dark Night, Deep Sea, Ready To Go: Seiko Prospex ‘the Black Series’ Makes Its Grand Debut

The Prospex diving watch for men’s watch series from Seiko, a Japanese professional watchmaker, has been unremittingly researching new technologies with the spirit of uncompromising research since its introduction in 1965, and has gradually developed over half a century And evolution, has become the benchmark for international diving watches, trusted by professional divers and adventurers around the world, creating a timeless classic.

   This year, Seiko Prospex hits the diving watch market with great shock. The ‘Black Series’ diving watch is a classic black color that symbolizes the mysterious and deep ocean in the dark night with retro Stylized design, re-creating the pinnacle of diving watches with extraordinary masterpieces. ‘The Black Series’ is a smoky torpedo that is bursting in the deep sea, making Seiko Prospex dominate the world of diving watches again.

Seiko Prospex ‘The Black Series’ model SNE493J1 stainless steel case, diameter 43.5 mm, hours, minutes, seconds, date display, lockable crown, screw-in back, enhanced mirror surface, unidirectional rotating bezel, V157 solar Movement, environmental protection solar energy, full power for about 6 months, water resistance of 200 meters.
Seiko Prospex transforms into a marine explorer
   The ocean that has bred countless lives has rich and magnificent natural landscapes. The mysterious and underwater world has always been loved by marine explorers. Different from the daytime horizon of the seabed, the ocean at night is deeper and more charming. It always attracts many divers to explore the deep sea at night, and to see different underwater features. Inspired by the ocean that dives at night, Seiko Prospex launches three diving watches called ‘The Black Series’. The watch uses black as the main color, which means the deep sea in the dark night. It is equipped with Seiko’s exclusive LumiBrite luminous paint orange and white hands, like the lamps used by night divers, to ensure that the surface still has reliable visibility in the dark; slightly retro flavor The yellow goose hour markers set off the low-key, calm and adventurous character of diving athletes. The simple and attractive overall color scheme makes ‘The Black Series’ series even more black.

Seiko Prospex ‘The Black Series’ model SRPC49J1 stainless steel case, 45 mm diameter, hours, minutes, seconds, date, day of the week, unidirectional rotating bezel, lockable crown, screw-in back, reinforced mirror, 4R36 Mechanical movement, 41 hours power reserve, 200 meters water resistance.
   ‘The Black Series’ series diving watches can withstand 200 meters of diving. The hard coating on the outer layer of the case can effectively protect against collisions. The crown has a non-slip protection design to prevent accidental pulling out of the crown during the diving process. The dials of the ‘The Black Series’ series are well-designed, such as the 60-minute unidirectional diving bezel printed in bold white, the eye-catching extra large luminous scale and orange-white hands, which are in sharp contrast with the black case. Even in seas where light cannot penetrate, the watch is still clearly visible. Every diving performance on the watch is strictly inspected by Seiko factory standards to ensure that every Seiko Prospex diving watch is a guarantee of high quality.

Seiko Prospex ‘The Black Series’ divers’ watches, such as the ink-colored torpedoes in the deep sea.
A classic presentation of the spirit of different adventures and difficulties
   ‘The Black Series’ series dive watches launched three different designs for different consumer groups: SRPC49J1 is equipped with a 4R36 mechanical movement, with a power reserve of 41 hours. It is the only mechanical watch in this series with automatic winding. The 45mm diameter and the dial configuration of the big three hands faithfully present the classic design of Seiko Prospex, with the date and day at the same time at three o’clock.

SNE493J1 has a special lens at 3 o’clock to improve the watch’s visibility.
   The other two SNE493J1 and SSC673P1 use environmentally-friendly solar movements. Using Seiko’s exclusive solar technology, all types of light sources can be converted into energy to provide power for high-performance solar cells. They can maintain power for 6 months when fully charged. . SNE493J1 is a basic three-pin design with date display. What is special is that a special date lens is arranged at three o’clock, which greatly improves the legibility of the watch.

Seiko Prospex ‘The Black Series’ model SSC673P1 stainless steel case, diameter 43.5 mm, hours, minutes, seconds, date display, chronograph, 24-hour display, lockable crown, screw-in back, strengthened mirror surface, One-way rotating bezel, V175 solar chronograph movement, environmental protection solar energy, full power for about 6 months, waterproof 200 meters.
   The SSC673P1 has chronograph performance, with 24-hour dial, 60-minute chronograph dial, and small seconds dial at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock respectively. The multi-layer dial design adds watch readability. The equipped V175 movement can time with a precision of 1/5 seconds, allowing the wearer to tick accurately on the wrist even in a quiet underwater world.

Seiko Prospex launched the ‘The Black Series’ diving watch. The watch is mainly black, which means the deep sea in the dark night. It is equipped with Seiko’s exclusive LumiBrite luminous paint orange and white hands, just like the lamps used by night divers.
   Seiko Prospex adheres to the adventurous spirit that never fades, and achieves the adventurous spirit of diving athletes; using the original technology to construct the specifications of international diving watches, each Seiko Prospex diving watch can perform perfectly under difficult circumstances.

Omega Continues To Work With The American Professional Golf Association

Tuesday, August 5, 2014 (Louisville, KY)-OMEGA and PGAofAmerica continue to extend their contract to 2022. Omega will continue to serve as the official timekeeper for the Professional Golf Association of America and the 2014 PGAChampionship.

  Omega President Okewa, American Professional Golf Association CEO Pete Bivaca and Omega ambassador Rory McIlroy attended the press conference and announced the blockbuster news. The press conference was held at the Valhalla Golf Club, which is also the venue of the 96th PGA Championship. The new contract will take effect in 2015, and Omega, the Swiss high-end watchmaking brand, will continue to be the official timekeeper of the Professional Golf Association of the United States and go through another wonderful 8 years with PGA. Omega will also be more committed to the development of golf in the United States and globally.

  ‘We are very pleased to renew the contract with the American Professional Golf Association until 2022,’ said Okewa President. ‘Omega has long supported golf to become a global sport, and European and Asian tours are helping us achieve this. One wish. The U.S. market is extremely important to Omega. Being able to participate in many events organized by the Professional Golf Association of America, including the high-profile 2014 PGA Championship, also gives us a platform to compete in the United States market.

  In 2011, Omega launched a far-reaching strategic cooperation with the American Professional Golf Association. In September 2012, Omega and the American Professional Golf Association jointly announced that the cooperation relationship between the two parties has been elevated to a higher stage, and Omega has enhanced its brand qualification from an ‘PGA official partner’ to an ‘PGA official sponsor’.

  The new partnership will continue to enrich Omega’s long history in sports. Omega will be officially timed in a number of events, including the PGA Championship, the evergreen GPA Championship sponsored by KitchenAid, the PGA Grand Slam, the Ryder Cup (when held in the United States), and the PGA National Professional Championship. At the same time, Omega will also serve as the official timing for the PGA golf industry. Omega’s alliance with GPA, the world’s largest sports organization, has therefore gone one step further. The Professional Golf Association is made up of 28,000 PGA professionals who have proven expertise in golf teaching, promotion and facility management.

The contract also includes advertisements in the television broadcast of the US PGA Championship, the market support required for the development of PGA players, and support for PGA members and their facilities.

  ‘This contract marks Omega as the official contract sponsor with the longest contract time in PGA history and is proud of the Pro Golf Association and our professional players,’ said Mr. Bivaca. ‘We are delighted with such a commitment Companies that manufacture precision and superior products are so comprehensively connected to golf and PGA. They will be the main sponsors of both the PGA Championship events and the PGA self-operated golf facilities, and proudly support PGA professional players everywhere, This is also a strong proof of PGA’s position as an expert in golf events and golf business.

 Omega will also support the growth of PGA professional players by sponsoring the PGA Commodity Show, the PGA Fashion and Equipment Show, and the PGA Summit at the China PGA Golf Show. The brand also sponsors the PGA Golf Professional of the Year Award and supports all 41 divisions of the PGA.

  This comprehensive cooperation agreement also includes the following additional items: PGA members’exclusive Omega timepiece discount plan, course facility clock project; all PGA Grand Slam business receptions; and placement of Omega clocks in the PGA golf industry-including PGA Golf Club, PGA Golf Training Center, PGA Country Club, and Valhalla Golf Club.

For more information about the Professional Golf Association, please visit www.PGAMediaCenter.com

Glasutti Insight New Perpetual Calendar Watch

Since its launch in 1997, the Insight Series has been the flagship product of Glashütte Original. The current style inherits the exquisite elegance of previous products, while becoming more fashionable. The flagship product of this series is still the Senator Perpetual Calendar.
Glashütte Senator Perpetual Calendar Perpetual Calendar with silver dial and red gold case

   Senator Perpetual Calendar watches are hand-made at Glashütte Original, reflecting the unremitting pursuit of the perfect combination of sophisticated mechanical processes and art. At the Basel exhibition last year, the Saxon maker showed this mechanical watch. The black frosted dial is set against a red gold case, which is exquisite and beautiful. At this year’s Basel exhibition, three new products of this exquisite style are newly unveiled: the silver dial is set against a red gold case, and the warm silver or black matte dial is set against a stainless steel case.
Glashütte Senator Perpetual Calendar Perpetual Calendar with silver dial and red gold case

   All Senator Perpetual Calendar displays are clearly visible and harmoniously integrated, and can be seen at a glance through the anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The date, month and striking Glashütte panoramic date are displayed in white or black digits against the dial’s contrast.
Glashütte Senator Perpetual Calendar Perpetual Calendar with silver dial and red gold case

   The black dial of this model is inlaid with silver stars and a glittering silver moon. The movement of the moon shows the change of time. In the style of the warm silver dial, the silver moon is shining in the blue dial.
Glashütte Senator Perpetual Calendar Perpetual Calendar Watch, Warm Silver Dial Stainless Steel Case

   The leap year is plain, simple, and clear. The leap year is indicated by a red dot, and the following years are indicated by yellow, black, and white dots. The Senator Perpetual Calendar is a watch with a Glashütte self-winding movement 100-02 in the center, which automatically operates 28,800 times per hour. It is weighted by 18 gold screws with a hairspring screw and is clearly visible through the sapphire crystal case back. Power reserve of 55 hours (+/- 10%). It is easy to synchronize the minute hand with the standard time by resetting the mechanism. Unlike other reset mechanisms, the second hand is not connected to the crown or crown.
Glashütte Senator Perpetual Calendar Perpetual Calendar Watch, Warm Silver Dial Stainless Steel Case

   Therefore, even if the crown is pulled out, the balance still vibrates and the movement continues to move, which greatly reduces the material pressure. Press the separate button next to the eight o’clock on the case to activate the reset device. The rotating wheel can be wound in both directions to provide continuous power to the movement.
Glashütte Senator Perpetual Calendar watch with black dial and stainless steel case

The Ultimate Christmas Gift: Girard-perregaux £ 500,000 Luxury Watch

It’s Christmas in a few days, and still have no idea what kind of gift to give to that particular man? Don’t worry. A Swiss-made men’s watch is the ultimate Christmas gift for men-as long as you have a budget of £ 500,000.

This Girard-Perregaux watch with a very low output has a dark brown crocodile leather strap with an 18K gold case.

This luxury watch is crafted in 18K pink gold with 37 precious stones set on a dark brown alligator leather strap. This very small Girard-Perregaux Opera Two watch can be called a model of fine watchmaking. The delicate structure inside the movement can be seen through the ivory dial. The movement uses a tourbillon to counteract the effects of gravity and is loaded with a perpetual calendar that does not require manual adjustment of the leap year.

The movement uses a tourbillon to counteract the effect of gravity and is equipped with a perpetual calendar that does not require manual adjustment of the leap year.

Girard Perregaux ‘Opera 2’ is a 4-reed Westminster Bell Minute Repeater, which can be controlled by a hammer in the movement to make the instrument sound like a musical instrument. The invention of the minute repeater was earlier than the electric light. It allowed people to know the current hour, moment and minute by listening to the sound.

‘Opera 2’ is carefully assembled by hand. Each watch takes about 500 hours to make.

‘Opera 2’ is carefully assembled by hand, so it can be said that no two watches are exactly the same. Each watch takes about 500 hours to make. Now, this Girard Perregaux is exhibiting at the ROX store in Edinburgh, UK. At the launching ceremony, 350 guests led by hip-hop singer Labrinth went to support. There is a ROX Thrill Room in the ROX store for customers to relax, and a Laurent-Perrier bar is set up to serve customers. Customers can sip on premium champagne while lingering in fine diamonds and Hublot, Girard-Perregaux, Corum, Frederique Constant, RaymondWeil, etc. Between watches.

Girard Perregaux ‘Opera 2’ is a 4-reed Westminster Bell Minute Repeater. The invention of the minute repeater was earlier than the electric light. It allowed people to know the current hour, moment and minute by listening to the sound.

“Art Comes From Life” Five Watches With Unique Artistic Charm

As the most ‘tricky’ culture in art, watches have also started the battle of ‘design’. Many people no longer focus on the pursuit of time, but more on the desire for art. And taste. Nowadays, many brands of watches have broken the conventional design trend, and they are free from the rules and regulations of the rules and regulations, and truly integrate time and art. Time flows like art, art remains as a footprint. Next, the Watch House will lead everyone to experience five unique “time writers” with artistic charm.
Patek Philippe (Patida Philippe) Twenty ~ 4® Series 4910 / 54R Rose Gold Watch

Watch Series: Twenty ~ 4® Series
Movement type: Quartz
Case material: 18K rose gold with diamonds
Strap Material: 18K Rose Gold with Diamonds
Case size: 25×30 mm
Domestic Public Price: No
Watch details: style = ‘line-height: 1.5;’> Brief review of the watch: This watch uses pattern engraving as the original intention of the art. It uses a 18K rose metal case and bracelet. Set with diamonds, it is designed for modern elegant and vibrant women. Its artistic atmosphere is perfectly outlined through the design of rattan, and this curvilinear contour is a care for the beauty of women’s wrists. The rattan design and the brilliant diamond inlay make it exude unparalleled luxury.

Piaget (Count) Limelight G0A35107

Watch series: Limelight
Movement type: Quartz
Case material: 18K white gold with diamonds
Strap material: 18K white gold with diamonds
Case size: 25.5×37 mm
Domestic Public Price: No
Watch details: style = ‘line-height: 1.5;’> Brief review of the watch: This watch uses diamond and design as its original artistic intention. One glance looked as if a black eye was squeezing open the chain and looking out. The unique design of the chain shows the extraordinary accomplishments of Piaget. The appearance of 18K white gold with diamonds merges the case and the strap into a whole. The half-open chain design seems to seal the time inside, and freezes in a flash. Such an extraordinary creative work shows the superb craftsmanship of Piaget. This watch not only belongs to Piaget’s Limelight series, it is also an extraordinary treasure of Piaget’s Exceptional Pieces.

Piaget (Count) Emperador G0A36573 watch

Watch series: Emperador (Dragon and Phoenix) series
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: 18K white gold with diamonds
Strap Material: Crocodile Leather
Case size: 32×41 mm
Domestic public price: ¥ 471,000
Watch details: style = ‘line-height: 1.5;’> Brief review of the watch: This watch uses the Chinese elements of the dial metal engraving as the artistic intention. The watch with a very Chinese style element uses metal-engraved dragon-shaped patterns to position its artistic style into the imagery world, giving people a symbolic meaning. The square dial of this watch is generous and elegant, and the 18K white gold diamond case highlights the noble spirit. This watch can also be the first choice for successful people who love art.

Glash ütte Original ( Glashütte) Meissen (Mason) watch-Zwinger Crown Gate

Watch series: Meissen ceramic
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: 18K rose gold
Strap Material: Crocodile Leather
Case diameter: 41 mm
Domestic Public Price: No
Watch details: No
Brief review of the watch: This watch uses micro-painted enamel technology to create the original intention, drawing delicate patterns on the dial of Mason ceramics, and the palace in the pattern It was by King Augustus, and the crown door in the picture is the entrance to the palace door facing the crown. The shape of the watch is still based on the classic round design, and it is made of 18K rose gold, and it is equipped with a brown alligator strap. No matter men or women, as long as they love this artistic style, they can match one for themselves.

Vacheron Constantin ( 江 诗 丹 顿) Metiers d’Art ( Master of Art) Series 33059 / 000J-0000 Watch

Watch series: Metiers d’ Art
Movement type: manual machinery
Case material: 18K yellow gold
Strap Material: Crocodile Leather
Case diameter: 34.7 mm
Domestic public price: ¥ 636,000
Watch details: style = ‘line-height: 1.5;’> Brief review of the watch: The appearance of this watch adopts the design concept of 20 US dollars gold coins, with treasure as the trend of artistic pursuit, and the internal dial is designed with full hollow carving. Original intention. It looks like a golden coin from the outside. When we open the shell of the coin, we find that there is a hidden art design inside it. To be precise, it is a work of art that can write time. The case is made of 18K yellow gold, and the working process can be clearly seen through the dial when the cover is opened. Although this watch uses the Jaeger-LeCoultre movement as the basic movement, it has been complicatedly carved and carved to make it It looks as if time is in our hands.
In summary: the design of the watch has broken the conventional design concept, and the obedient design may only be a copy of the thinking of the predecessors. Some simple watches are not noble and elegant, but as the artwork in the watch It is said that the use of extraordinary techniques to outline attractive pictures may be more attractive to the audience. We cleverly combine time with art, understand time through the eyes of art, and appreciate each art by looking at time.

Iwc And The Legendary Racing Engineer

Exquisite craftsmanship and handed down design have made the Schaffhausen IWC watch world-renowned for its 145 years of top watch manufacturers. IWC launches the 2013 Engineers watch at full speed and draws inspiration from the long history of motorsport
IWC’s relationship with legendary racing engineers
 Exquisite craftsmanship and handed down designs have made Schaffhausen IWC’s 145-year-old top watch manufacturer’s prestigious reputation worldwide. IWC not only joined hands with high-tech modern motorsports to launch the 2013 engineer series watches at full speed, but also inspired from the long history of motorsports, and designed a special gift-the engineer’s chronograph silver arrow special Version. In the 1930s and 1954/1955, the Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrow racing car once stood out in the international competition and took the lead. Now the birth of this new watch is a tribute to this legendary car.
 An old black-and-white photo taken in Bern, Switzerland, in 1936 records an unforgettable moment. Mr. Albert Pellaton, who later served as the technical director of IWC Schaffhausen, was passing by Mercedes at the time. A row of W25 Silver Arrow cars at the Mercedes-Benz pits. On the background, the legendary figures of the Mercedes team’s mechanics and Mercedes race director Alfred Neubauer are also striking. In this short moment, passionate engineers met each other, and they each made outstanding contributions to the professional fields of watchmaking and motorsport, writing a new chapter in the history of science and technology. Today, the enthusiasm for precision technology and the pursuit of maximum efficiency still closely link these two professional fields. IWC Schaffhausen’s latest engineer-operated chronograph silver arrow special edition reinterprets the historic Mercedes-Benz racing legend. The designers took inspiration from the legendary W25 racing car, not only giving this chronograph a remarkable design, but also installing a powerful homemade movement.
Silver Arrow Racing Legend
 In the 1930s and 1954/1955, the Mercedes-Benz team dominated international motorsports with the Silver Arrow racing. This legend is so exciting that it can be called an immortal chapter in the history of racing and technology. In the 1930s, subtle and outstanding designs emerged in the automotive industry, and car racing also revolutionized. In 1932, the international racing authority AIACR introduced a limit of 750 kilograms (excluding the weight of fuel, related fuels, heat sinks and tires). The new weight rule was enforced in the 1934 race.
 On June 3, 1934, the ‘Silver Arrow’ legend was born on the last night before the game. At that time, despite the lightweight design of the car, the weight of the body was still more than 1 kg over the prescribed 750 kg. Seeing that the time of the race was close, it was no longer possible to perform technical commissioning again. Team manager Alfred Neubauer made a surprisingly bold decision, asking the mechanic to polish the white paint on the body overnight, revealing a typical aluminum alloy body with silver light, This is said to be the idea of ​​rider von Brauchic. This bold move not only achieved the desired goal of weight loss, but also created the charming silver appearance of the Mercedes car, changing the previously unchanged white paint. In this race, Manfred von Brauchitsch drove the 354-horsepower ‘Speeding Arrow’ at a speed of about 300 kilometers per hour at the Nurburgring in the Eifel region of Germany. The first place crossed the finish line. The W25 and its successor got the name ‘Silver Arrow’, which opened a long history of ‘Silver Arrow’.
 Exquisite craftsmanship and handed down designs have made Schaffhausen IWC’s 145-year-old top watch manufacturer’s prestigious reputation worldwide. IWC launches the 2013 Engineers watch at full speed and draws inspiration from the long history of motorsport
Classic 50s, an innovative timepiece for engineers
 In the glorious 1950s of the ‘Silver Arrow’ racing legend, IWC also achieved a great achievement in the history of the brand. Albert Billerton designed the Bellerton pawl winding system named after him. For the first time, the 85-type movement using a two-way winding automatic movement is different from the single-winding mechanism of a conventional movement. It uses the two-way swing of the oscillating weight to greatly improve efficiency. The invention of Billerton made IWC a great step ahead of its peers in technology in the 1950s, and has continued to improve since then, becoming an important part of the engineer’s watch family.
 At that time, more and more appliances entered ordinary homes, generating electromagnetic radiation fields that affected the accuracy of the watch’s travel time, and engineers worked more often than ordinary people under electromagnetic radiation. During this period, IWC used a soft iron inner case and a soft iron dial to protect the movement from magnetic field effects. It was then created by IWC Treasurer Iñas Grieshabe I and technical director Albert Pellaton, and launched a series dedicated to the profession of engineers, named after the ‘engineer’ . The first-generation engineer’s watch was a simple men’s watch. In order to meet the work and life needs of target customers, this watch kept a bit of low-key simplicity, showing a simple and attractive appeal. The first-generation engineer’s watch, model 666, was called a ‘horrible’ watch at the time, of course, not only because ‘666’ is reminiscent of Satan, but also because of its insightful insight into its leading technology praise. Since then, the original engineer’s watch has hardly changed its look for more than 12 years.
 The first engineer’s watch, introduced in 1955, was a huge leap in watchmaking in every way. The goal of the R & D staff is to create a watch that is perfectly protected, highly accurate and that can be wound automatically with the movement of the wearer’s arm. Although IWC has achieved a leap from manual winding to automatic winding movements as early as 4 years ago, it was through this engineer’s watch that it was the first Swiss watchmaker to create the first two-way watch. The chain automatic movement thus established its leading position. Its winding system (calibres 852 and 8521) came from the then technical director Albert Billerton. The Pellerton winding system converts the oscillating weight movement into an oscillating movement through an eccentric cam and a rocking column with double detents, instead of turning it into a rotational movement. This efficient transmission is also used in several models of the current series. This movement significantly improves the IWC automatic movement and provides reliable power for the watch of model 666. Engineer watches are available in models 666 A without date window (with 852 movement) and 666 AD models with date window (with 8521 movement) to choose from, depending on the movement. The watch’s case consists of a three-part lock and is of exceptional quality. All models are water-resistant to 100 meters and equipped with a soft iron inner case, which can withstand electromagnetic fields of 80,000 amps per meter. This also laid a solid foundation for the subsequent development of the family of engineers.
Heroes cherish heroes, the encounter of two technical classics
 In 2013, IWC combined the prestigious ‘Engineer’ and ‘Silver Arrow’ into one, and launched a new special edition of the engineer’s chronograph silver arrow. This stainless steel chronograph watch looks outstanding at first glance in the engineer series. Of particular interest is the silver (model IW378505) or brown (model IW378511) dial with beading. The cloud-like decoration made by bead grinding is generally used to embellish the back and bridge boards, and here is a tribute to the legendary Mercedes-Benz W25 (Silver Arrow) racing car. Assembled in a dashboard with beaded trim. The round, milled finish gives the Engineer’s Chronograph Silver Arrow Special Edition a high-quality and technically appealing look that immerses viewers in the charming light and shadow. The silver-plated and red elements on the brown dial are taken from the shape of the tachometer and tachometer. The date display is built into the accumulator below, keeping the dial perfectly symmetrical.
 The highly-powered IWC-manufactured 89361 movement is one of the best works of today’s fine watches. The recorded hours and minutes can be easily read on the small dial just like the dial time. The middle second hand measures time within one minute. With this function, the speed can also be measured with a reference distance of 1000 meters on the speed scale. It’s also very easy for the staff on the track to use the flyback function to measure the pit stop time during the race. Just press the zero reset button and the chronograph hands will reset to zero and a new time will begin. This saves the three complicated steps of termination, zeroing and starting. The further improved Pellerton winding system can accumulate a power reserve of up to 68 hours in a short time. Its dual-pawl automatic winding mechanism is 30% more efficient than Albert Billerton’s design—a progress that is bound to praise the talented inventor’s jaw. In addition, the travel time rate is neither affected by timing interference nor by the flyback function. The Engineer’s Chronograph Silver Arrow Special Edition comes with a brown calfskin-lined strap-inspired by motorsports from the 1930s. At that time, the driver’s racing uniforms were generally fastened with strong leather belts, and leather belts were also found in the cockpit and hood of the car. Unlike the time, the high-quality strap of this chronograph was made of the finest calfskin, and the lower layer of the strap was combined with durable rubber. This combination perfectly combines the classic fine leather look with the comfortable feel and durability of rubber. This watch is also available with a stainless steel bracelet with fine-tuning. The bottom of the table is engraved with a fine antique silver arrow racing pattern.