Sir Hamilton Hamilton Hollow Watch

Hamilton’s self-developed H-20-S full skeleton movement is not only the precise heart of Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton, Gents and Lady, the throbbing beating heart of ladies and ladies watches, but also its openness and frankness Beat the soul. The fully skeletonized movement reveals the looming mechanical art under the same skeletonized dial. The two watches are equipped with the same movement but different designs, interpreting women’s delicateness and men’s toughness from completely different perspectives, and they are constantly awakening the wearer’s pursuit of exquisite shapes and beautiful hearts. The traditional hollow-out technique and high-tech laser engraving complement each other, and the unparalleled sensory enjoyment makes it a coveted contemporary masterpiece.

Hamilton Hamilton Skeleton Watch

 Hamilton’s self-developed H-20-S self-winding movement combines subtle craftsmanship with excellence and precision. The entire body of the movement is treated with brushed texture, the rotor is individually hollowed out, and the hardened Hamilton ‘H’ pattern is carved on the substrate and the splint. These modern decorations add a dramatic effect to the traditional precision timer. Through the large-scale hollow, you can watch the operation of fine parts such as escapement, hairspring and barrel, so that the wearer can directly participate in this wonderful performance.

Hamilton Hamilton Hollow Lady Watch

 The Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton Lady is fully romantic in meticulous mechanical details and proudly reveals its emotions. The extremely modern lines outline a number of ring-shaped hollow windows on the silver shiny dial. The slender and elegant scales on the dial are like eternal drops of dew. These design details lead people’s eyes through the flower-like dial, peeking under the subtle H-20-S automatic winding movement. The rubies on the movement make this flower that never fades. mysterious. Moreover, in order to meet the wishes of today’s busy and efficient ladies, this model specially adopts a quick release strap structure, allowing the wearer to easily change different styles of straps to match various occasions and moods.

Hamilton Hamilton Hollow Lady Watch

 The Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton Gents is fully equipped with the same self-moving movement as ladies’ watches, showing and describing the true nature of men. Through the front and back of the watch, you can watch the modern texture of the H-20-S movement. The mechanical watchmaking aesthetics and the bold and masculine spirit meet here. The zigzag arc on the dial outlines a charcoal gray pattern. Through the large-scale hollowed-out dial and movement, people can vaguely see the wrist under the watch. The silver and charcoal gray three-dimensional ring on the outside of the dial shows the time mark from 0 to 60 and the brand name. The hands and scales are coated with Super-LumiNova® fluorescent coating, which is in sharp contrast to the dark-toned dial surface. The watch comes with a five-row stainless steel bracelet or a black leather strap. Suddenly, the concept of ‘showing emotions’ was vividly explained.

Omega Timing Equipment Tour Speed Skating

The Sochi Winter Olympics speed skating project will start this weekend. The Omega timing team is already ready to ensure that everything is in order before the start of the first game. The timing equipment is in perfect condition. Running.

   The timing of speed skating must be accurate to nearly one-thousandth of a second. According to the image, one second is divided into 1,000 fine hour segments to calculate. It is no wonder that people call it ‘Olympic speed skating.’ The run-up time, mid-time and finish time are displayed to the nearest hundredth of a second, and if the player’s performance is flat when determining the final ranking, the final ruling will be made with records accurate to one-thousandth of a second.

   Omega is proud to work with the International Olympic Committee, the International Individual Sports Federation and athletes to develop innovative timing technologies to accurately judge who will become the 2014 Winter Olympics champion in each history of each speed skating competition.

Electronic departure system
   The electronic starter gun, which debuted at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, will once again be the focus of much attention at this Winter Olympics. Although the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics is already the fourth Olympic Games it has participated in, this advanced equipment will no doubt attract attention again no matter where it is located. When the commander pulls the trigger, three things will happen at the same time: a flashing light, a command sound in the speaker, and a start signal to the timing device. Speed ​​skating is one of the few sports that does not use an electronic runaway monitoring system. If the starter determines that a player has rushed before the starter fired, he can pull the trigger again within two seconds and the starter will send a rush signal.

Inter-frequency radar transceiver
   The extremely lightweight and reliable inter-frequency radar transceiver will be tied to the legs of the contestants, so that Omega can accurately measure, record and announce the mid-scores and final rankings of the contestants and teams during the competition. Once the skater crosses the finish line when the skates are above the infrared beam of the optoelectronic eye, the referee will determine the finish time and final ranking based on the record of the transponder.

Scan ‘O’ Vision Light Sensor Camera
   The speed skating competition is based on the photographic beam of the skates crossing the finish line to determine the finish time. In the event of any dispute, judgement is based on the record of the Omega light-sensing camera at the end. The device can take 2000 frames of pictures per second at the end point, and the timekeeper relies on it to determine the order and time of the players to finish the game. The moment the skater crossed the finish line, the timing time displayed on the scoreboard and the TV screen would immediately stop, but in the end it was the time measured by the light-sensing camera as the official match result.

Omega and the Olympics
   At the Los Angeles Olympics in 1932, Omega became the first company in history to be entrusted with the Olympic Games designated timing task, responsible for the timing of all events. The inextricable connection with the Olympics has prompted Omega to continue to innovate for more than 80 years, and has developed many pioneering sports timing technologies. Now at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Omega won the 26th Olympic Games designated time.