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    Replica GREUBEL FORSEY GMT RED GOLD WATCH

    FASHION GREUBEL FORSEY GMT RED GOLD WATCH FOR SALE

    Details of the watch:
    Ref. No :GMT RED GOLD
    Functions:Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Power Reserve, Day & Night Indicator, Time Zone
    Case: Round,Red Gold
    Diameter:43.50mm, 16.14mm
    Strap: Louisiana Alligator
    Movement: Manual Winding
    Size:Men
    Year::2013

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    franck muller vanguard replica Made of black-coated aluminium for lightness, the tourbillon cage makes one rotation a minute. And it ’ s is shaped like an ellipse because the balance wheel is set off-centre. In most tourbillons the balance wheel shares the same axis of rotation as the tourbillon cage, but in the Gravity it ’ s slightly eccentric. Its position means the arm of the cage that sits opposite the balance wheel is significantly larger to compensate.In January, concurrent with the recently concluded SIHH 2013, the Franck Muller Watchland Group held its own exhibition, World Presentation of Haute Horlogerie (WPHH), in a suburb of Geneva. At the show Franck Muller presented the Cintree Curvex Vintage 7-Days Power Reserve, one of the hidden gems of the January exhibition season.Franck Muller FM 1700 inside the Cintree Curvex Vintage 7 Days Power Reserve . Inside the Cintree Curvex case is the cal. FM 1700, a 31 mm wide movement with seven days power reserve and twin barrels. The movement layout is distinctly traditional Genevois in style, with elegant bridges, separate cocks for the escape and fourth wheel, as well as screwed, gold chatons for all the jewels on the bridges.A few weaknesses are visible in the finishing, though they are not all obvious. For instance it ’ s is a shame the bridges don ’ t have inward angles, and some of the perlage on the base plate is not extremely fine, but overall the movement is eminently respectable. In fact it is among the better finished calibres in this price range. The case is the quintessential Franck Muller shape, in the large 8880 case size which measures 55.3 mm by 39.5 mm. It is available in steel and rose gold, with a lacquered dial in white or black.

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    Hublot Big Bang limited edition Hublot defied every convention in 1980, when Carlo Crocco created the gold Hublot watch with the first natural black rubber bracelet in the history of watch making. It has now become the inspiration for a watch making style famous everywhere. Its creator, Carlo Crocco, acquired his sense of beauty as a child, growing up in an Italian family of watchmakers. By 1967, he had designed his first watch. In 1980, he set up his own company, MDM Geneva, and sought to produce a watch that would transcend fashion, with an elegant, sporting design that would make it sought after worldwide.With pure lines, and enormous respect for his chosen materials, he developed an elegant yet sporting watch to wear on any occasion, yet refused to follow the dictates of fashion,. His guiding principle was simplicity, and his look was modelled on a ship ’ s porthole. Twelve tiny titanium screws secure the lunette to the case, and mark the hours, in a meeting of form and function.On the outside, however, Big Bangs are special. The model emerged from the brain of Jean-Claude Biver, who had taken over the company in 2004 and set about reorganizing its production around the concept of "the art of fusion" - that is, the combination of unlikely materials. Hublot evolved from simply combining unlikely materials to creating them, and today the company has an internal metallurgy department that concocts mad-scientist inventions like "Magic Gold," an 18-karat gold that is completely scratch-proof. That ’ s collector-quality craftsmanship. To be considered an example of collector-level design, a watch needs to be more than just pretty or well crafted. It needs to be significant, in the sense that it influences the designs that come after it - for better or for worse. And there seems to be a general rule that dictates that the more significant a design, the more likely it is to be first perceived as introducing a change for the worse (human beings typically being fans of the status quo). This was certainly the case with the Big Bang, which initially horrified the watch world with its palette. The same production process that allowed Hublot to combine unlikely materials allowed them to pair out-there colors. In my interview with him, Jean-Claude Biver explained how novel this was at that time: "For centuries, every luxury watch was basically made out of one of four materials: white-gold, platinum, stainless steel, or gold. The first three materials have essentially the same colour; they ’ re all a whitish-grey - only an expert can really make out the difference between them.

    BREITLING REPLICA B55 CONNECTED WATCHES The Breitling Transocean was originally released in 1958. We are familiar with its current form. A fresh, contemporary take on the classic chronographs of the 1950s and 1960s. So, let ’ s say you ’ re a suave gent, city dweller maybe … why (other than seeing David Beckham wearing one in their ads) would you buy one? We found out this week on the Collector ’ s Series, by sitting down with one of London ’ s true gents to discuss his Breitling Transocean Chronograph.Breitling was founded in 1884 and right from the start the company specialised in chronographs. In fact it ’ s fair to say that many of the modern-day chronograph characteristics we know and love can be attributed - at least in part - to developments undertaken by the company. In 1942, Breitling introduced the first watch with a circular slide rule, the Chronomat. Some years later (1954) the legendary Navitimer made its debut. The focus of today ’ s article however is on the Chronomat, perhaps one of, if not, the most commercially successful Breitling model of the past sixty years. Contrary to popular belief, it is the Chronomat not the Navitimer that has proven to be Breitling ’ s biggest seller. Today we ’ re taking a closer look at the latest iteration, the Chronomat Black Steel 44 SE. First though, some background. It is generally accepted that the Chronomat made its public sales debut in 1942 and this is the date that has been quoted for many years by the Breitling Company. The life of the Breitling Chronomat began in 1940 with the application for a Swiss government patent for an innovative circular slide rule to be used in conjunction with a wrist chronograph. The circular slide-rule design of the Chronomat has come to be known as the ‘Type 42'. Emphasis was placed on the watch's application in engineering and mathematics, science and industry, positioning it as an analog computer for your wrist.

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