Month: August 2013

Introduction To Montblanc Nicolas Cage Hollow Dial Single Button Chronograph

Montblanc star Nicholas & middot; Cage skeleton dial single button chronograph
Montblanc’s own MB R110 movement, double barrel / rose gold case / off-white partial hollow dial / brown alligator strap / case diameter 43mm / waterproof 30m.
Montblanc this year introduced the latest version of the Nicholas & middot; Cage single-button chronograph. The appearance of the watch inherits the design style of the previous work. In addition to a few modifications to the details, the most obvious is the hollow design, which is the embodiment of Montblanc’s continuous pursuit of perfection in watchmaking. The small dial on the calendar at the time indication area above the watch uses a hollow design, and you can see the gold-plated gears.
And a hollow design is also used near the chronograph small dial below, which shows Montblanc’s self-made MB R110 movement more directly. The MB R110 movement is a work that Montblanc is proud of. Through this hollow watch, we can see Montblanc’s inheritance and development of the history and culture of watches and clocks, so we can also foresee that Montblanc will bring us more mechanical products in the future.

Swatch And British Clothing Brand Hackett Start Cooperation Journey For The First Time

For the first time, Swatch and the British men’s luxury clothing brand Hackett have combined Swiss manufacturing technology with the style of a British gentleman to launch a numbered limited edition watch. The number 1983 represents two The brand was born. The dial of this brand new 51 Metal Series watch is engraved with the brand’s beloved Spaniel Muffin, JeremyHackett. Swatch mechanical watches are produced using a fully automated assembly line, known for disrupting the Swiss watchmaking industry, and also providing a precise and excellent background for this furry and cute little guy. Compared to the current mechanical watches, which are still made by hand, the device 51 series has been made through a fully automated assembly production line, which also makes it more affordable and affordable.

Mr. JeremyHackett said: ‘I am very happy to work with Swatch to launch this limited edition watch. In the year of the dog, I decided to engrav the image of my Sussex Hound Muffin on the dial. Swatch What I appreciate most is that it is a very personal brand. Everyone loves it, and its popularity is enduring. It is a timeless classic! ‘Mr. GonzalodeCevallos, vice president of global brand of Swatch ‘This cooperation is a tribute to affordable luxury, and I look forward to more opportunities for such cooperation in the future.’

Because MUFFIN is not a quartz watch, it does not require a battery and is powered by the movement of the wearer’s wrist. Every movement of the wrist can make the watch’s internal rotor move, so that the watch is automatically wound, and has an extraordinary 90-hour kinetic energy storage, allowing men to show their perfect shape anytime, anywhere.