Celeton Crichton Series Full-calendar Chronograph Watch Combines Elegant Design And High-quality Watchmaking Process

Baume & Mercier presents the latest watches of the Crichton series. It is a masterpiece of small and complex functions that brings elegant design to outstanding watchmaking technology.
   The watch has a unique style, with two functions of chronograph and full calendar. It is especially designed for men who pursue unique style, elegant and classic, but still modern.

   The Clifton series perfectly embodies Baume & Mercier’s unique expertise. Adhering to the brand motto of ‘Aestheticism, making only the highest quality watches,’ Baume & Mercier launched the Clayton Collection inspired by the ‘Golden Fifties’ classic watches from the Baume & Mercier Museum.
   This new timepiece is exquisite and exquisite, with a timeless style and full of masculinity. It will certainly meet the expectations of high-end watch lovers and faithfully witness important moments in life.
   Baume & Mercier specially added two complex functions to the new work, highlighting its unique personality. The Cleton series full-calendar chronograph watch continues the brand philosophy: the watch is not only an indicator of time, but also a symbol that interprets our taste in life and preserves precious moments such as birthdays, anniversaries, and weddings forever. The watch is not only the perfect bridge between the wearer and time, but also a faithful portrayal of the self.
Two classic complication functions for timeless excellence

   The Cleton series full-calendar chronograph is the icing on the cake of a small complication. The new watch is full of charm and is designed for men. This elegant timepiece is equipped with a Swiss-made high-quality automatic mechanical movement (Valjoux 7751 movement), equipped with two practical complications: a full calendar and a chronograph. In addition to the date indicated by the central hand, the watch also has a window showing the day and month at 12 o’clock, and a day and night display at 9 o’clock. The moon phase display is set at 6 o’clock, and the movable disk rotates once every moon phase cycle, that is, 29.5 days. The central second hand shows the chronograph function. The dial is also equipped with minute and hour counters (set at 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock, respectively), and the chronograph hands are carefully crafted in blue steel.

   Through the sapphire crystal case back, the watch’s exquisite finishes can be seen at a glance: the oscillating oscillating oscillating Geneva, the round bridges and bridges, and the blue steel screws, all details inherit the Swiss fine watch tradition , Highlights the retouching process proud of celebrities.
   The size of the watch is 43 mm in diameter. The case is polished / satin-finished, with a wear-resistant sapphire crystal, and the iconic blue-steel hands of the Clayton series. The black crocodile leather strap is decorated with square scales and blends perfectly with the watch body for comfortable and natural wear. The adjustable triple folding clasp keeps the watch secure and secure. This new Swiss-made watch reflects the brand’s long-standing philosophy: luxury, excellence, and intimacy. The Clayton series full-calendar chronograph watch will definitely meet the expectations of chic men.

Tell The Story Of The Emperors And Clocks

Maybe people will be misled by the retreat and self-defense policies of the Qing Dynasty-China has always excluded Western civilization. However, as long as we return to history, it is not difficult to find that since Western civilization slammed the gates of heaven, successive emperors became the pioneers who first contacted Western culture, and the collision between ancient Chinese civilization and trendy Western civilization began. Now Zhongshe.com tells you the story of the emperor and watches.

 Qianlong Tibetan watches on display in the Palace Museum

 In 1602, a special guest was ushered in the Imperial Palace of the Emperor Wanli of the Ming Dynasty in Beijing. He was the famous Italian missionary Matteo Ricci. When Matteo Ricci met the emperor, he brought two greetings: one big bell and one small bell. When Emperor Wanli met, he was ecstatic and praised as a fetish.

 It stands to reason that this emperor hasn’t seen anything, and no baby has ever played with it. There are too many gold, silver, jade and emerald agate pearls in the palace. But why did the emperor love so much for the two self-singing bells? Matteo Ricci knew this very well, knowing that the emperor had seen all the treasures. If he wanted to offer, he must offer rare things, so that he could win the favor of the emperor.

 After the establishment of the Qing Dynasty, the royal family’s interest in clocks continued unabated. At that time, foreigners realized this, and tried their best to use their brains on the clocks and clocks: the sun, moon, stars, horses, flowers, birds, insects and fishes to decorate.

 What’s great is that it can turn the sun, moon, and stars into clockwise movements through clockwork, make the cars and horses move, the characters come alive, the flowers bloom, and the birds cry. With such novelty, how can the emperor survive?

 This attracted Emperor Shunzhi, who loved playfulness and fun, and called it ‘unseen before, unheard of.’ In addition to playing and having fun, Kangxi liked clocks and watched more hard-working and hard-working, and had a strong interest in Western technology. Kangxi’s collection of watches and clocks is not just for fun.

 The craziest thing is Emperor Qianlong. He spared no effort to collect all kinds of strange clocks, and repeatedly ordered Guangdong customs officials to let them buy Western clocks at no expense, and direct the production in the palace, so that the collection and production of clocks reached the climax of the Qing Dynasty. In Qianlong’s time, the intentions to purchase, manufacture and transform watches were everywhere.

 According to the Qianlong Tribute Archive, in the 22nd year of Qianlong (1757), Li Yongbiao, the governor of Guangdong Customs, and Li Shiyao, the general of Guangzhou, paid tribute to ‘a glass-inlaid bell and a gold-plated table bell.’

 Emperor Qianlong read the tribute and said: ‘The gold-plated Western-style watch kiosk I entered this time is very good. I look for a few more so good, and if there is one that is big and good, look for a few. Don’t discount the price. When it was found, there were a few things in Duanyang Gong. This is why. ‘

 Emperor Qianlong’s love of foreign clocks was very urgent. Therefore, when he was not in Duanyang Tribute, Li Shiyao and others offered ‘three large and small self-bellied bells, and one gold-inlaid foreign bell’ in a special way.

 Qianlong’s attention and respect naturally promoted the development of watchmaking. The watchmaker therefore designed and improved many interesting functions for clocks, such as changing text, music birds, moving puppets, water laws, boating, turning flowers, rolling balls, etc. The features are dazzling.

 In order to satisfy the emperor’s preference, Qianlong officials also purchased rare high-end Western clocks and raced to pay tribute to the emperor. This made Qianlong quickly become the largest watch collector in the world at that time.

Internal And External Chopard Imperiale Jewelry Watch

Chopard Imperiale Tourbillon Full Set Tourbillon
The internal structure is breathtaking, and the exterior decoration is glorious—the new Imperiale Tourbillon Full Set tourbillon watch is a concentrated reflection of Chopard’s outstanding achievements in the two fields of watchmaking and jewelry. The tourbillon movement is certified by the observatory and bears the prestigious Poinçon de Genève.
是 It is both a watch and a jewellery, Chopard perfectly combines the two. The new Imperiale Tourbillon Full Set tourbillon watch embodies all the skills of the Chopard brand’s world-renowned two fields. The inlaying process demonstrates Chopard’s extraordinary accomplishments and is breathtaking; the LUC 02.14-L. (4T2I) movement, which is completely independently designed, developed and manufactured, is equipped with a tourbillon-a complication that is extremely rare in women’s watches skill. Watches combine fine watchmaking and fine jewelry with each other, which makes Chopard the leader in women’s complication watches.
Follow the watchmaking tradition
手动 L.U.C 02.14-L. (4T2I) manual winding movement follows the tradition of watchmaking and integrates exquisite craftsmanship, which has won the certification of the famous Geneva mark. This movement is equipped with four barrels stacked and connected in series. This patented Quattro® technology ensures that the watch can operate independently for more than 9 days (216 hours), and maintains a constant precise time, making the Imperiale Tourbillon The Full Set Tourbillon meets all the demanding requirements of the Swiss Official Observatory. The watch has hour and minute displays, a minute tourbillon at 6 o’clock with a small second hand display, and an arched power reserve display with rectangular cut diamonds and amethyst at 12 o’clock.
Snowflake mosaic method
The 18K white gold dial is set with snowflakes, using bright-cut diamonds of different diameters for setting. It is an extremely difficult to master setting process. At the same time, it is surrounded by rectangular-cut diamonds. The power reserve display uses amethyst inlaid graduations. White gold crown set with baguette and drop-shaped diamonds. Bezels, lugs and straps are set with oval egg-cut diamonds and baguette-cut diamonds. At 6 o’clock, the tourbillon bridge is decorated with the classic pattern of the Imperiale series, which radiates a bright white light and contrasts with the surrounding amethyst. The bridge is fixed by 4 screws with amethyst on top, which is a unique feature.
Imperiale Tourbillon Full Set tourbillon watch with a large 42 mm diameter case, water-resistant to 30 meters. The sapphire crystal case back is engraved with the words ‘Imperie’, ‘Tourbillon’ and ‘Chopard’, which are unique marks of outstanding watches.

Chopard Imperiale Tourbillon Full Set Tourbillon
Technical specifications
• 18K white gold
• Total diameter: 42.00 mm
• Thickness: 12.40 mm
• Water resistance: 30 meters
• 18K white gold crown set with baguette and drop-cut diamonds
• Lugs set with oval egg-cut diamonds
• Anti-glare sapphire crystal surface
• Open case back
• Manual winding tourbillon movement: 02.14-L. (4T2I)
• Diameter: 29.70 mm
• Thickness: 6.10 mm
• Number of parts: 33
• Vibration frequency: 28,800 times / hour
• Power reserve: 216 hours, or 9 days
• 4 barrels (Quattro® patented technology)
• Table bridge decorated with Côtes de Genève
• Official Swiss Observatory Certification (COSC)
• Mark of Geneva (Poinçon de Genève)
Dial and hands:
• 18K white gold dial with baguette and brilliant-cut diamonds (snowflake setting)
• Power reserve display, paved with baguette-cut diamonds and amethyst
• Rhodium-plated hour and minute hands
• Black metallic glossy power reserve hands and small seconds
Function and display:
• Central hours and minutes display
• Small seconds at 6 o’clock
• Power reserve display at 12 o’clock
Strap and buckle:
• 18K white gold strap with baguette-cut diamonds
Model 384250-1002-18K White Gold

Seiko Seiko Prospex Landmaster Series Challenge The Ultimate Peak

World-renowned Japanese adventurer Yuichiro Miura ascended to the Everest at 70 years old, setting a world record at the time with the highest age. In 2013 it will be a record ten years At this time, Miura Yuichiro is determined to once again challenge the top of the world and set a new world record again at the age of 80. As the official sponsor of the summit plan, SEIKO recently launched a limited edition of SEIKO Prospex Landmaster ‘MIURA EVEREST 2013’ to support Miura Yuichiro’s challenge. With the same adventurous spirit of constantly accepting challenges, SEIKO and Miura Yuichiro jointly developed a limited-edition limited adventure model of the SEIKO Prospex Landmaster series, which kicked off the 2013 summit plan.

Japanese adventurer Yuichiro Miura ascended to Everest at the age of 70, setting a world record at the time

SEIKOProspex Landmaster Limited Edition

The SEIKO ‘MIURA EVEREST 2013’ is the top model in the SEIKO Prospex Landmaster series. The back cover is engraved with a limited number of serial numbers. It also comes with a limited number of special watch boxes and replacement nylon straps. The whole Taiwan is limited to 20. SEIKO Prospex was developed by SEIKO for extreme sports and outdoor activities. It is a leading sports watch brand supported by adventurers and athletes in many different fields in the world. The Landmaster series is the most durable watch in SEIKO Prospex. It is a favorite of mountaineers and polar adventurers who always challenge the severe environment.

SEIKO ‘MIURA EVEREST 2013’ Extreme Adventure Limited Watch

‘Mt. Everest is the edge of the universe I can reach,’ said Miura Yuichiro. In order to interact with the space closest to the universe, the developed models, regardless of their internal structure or appearance, must endure the extremely harsh and severe environment on the Everest. Therefore, the SMT’s patented GMT 5R66 SPRING DRIVE movement is specially adopted. SPRING DRIVE and mechanical watches are also driven by springs, while the speed control device that controls the hands uses a quartz oscillator and IC. Compared with the “escapement system” of the mechanical movement, the quartz oscillator is used to control the speed. It has the characteristics of anti-shock, and will not lose its accuracy due to the hardening of the lubricating oil in the low temperature environment. The SPRING DRIVE movement does not require the use of a battery. Even if the temperature undergoes a drastic change in temperature on the way to the summit of the Everest, there will be no damage to the battery or shutdown without warning. SPRING DRIVE is the most suitable movement for use in harsh environments. (The SEIKO SPRING DRIVE movement was also used in space in 2009, with the SEIKO Spacewalk model published.)

To prevent climbers from loosing the rope while climbing, and to reduce the obstacles to wrist movements, this limited edition model specifically changes the crown to 12 o’clock

Titanium alloy material / Automatic winding and hand-wound movement / Hour, minute, and second display / Power reserve 72 hours / Limited 30 pieces / Price NT $ 160,000

SEIKO PROSPEX delicately engraved the unique limited edition lettering on the crown and side of the case

For professional watches for mountaineering, Miura Yuichiro pointed out two necessary conditions: ‘light weight’ and ‘high hardness’. In order to meet these two characteristics, SEIKO especially uses high-hardness titanium that is 40% lighter than stainless steel on the material of the watch. The outer layer is reinforced with a hard coating to achieve the best lightness and sturdiness.化 设计。 Design. In addition, the screw-in bezel designed to respond to the rapid changes in air pressure during mountaineering can maintain high air pressure stability and prevent gas from entering when external air pressure decreases. In terms of functional design, in order to allow the wearer to accurately read the time, face to face
The disc is selected with a highly recognizable matte black as the base, and the extra thick time and time scales are made of white SEIKO’s patented LUMIBRITE environmentally-friendly luminous paint, which is brighter than the luminous paint used in the general market. Shows a clear contrast, thereby highlighting the interpretation of time in a dangerous environment and also ensuring absolute safety when climbing.

Limited edition of 300 pieces with exclusive exclusive watch box and limited back engraved serial number

In terms of appearance, in order to prevent climbers from drawing ropes while climbing, and reducing obstacles to wrist movements, this limited-edition model has a crown that is generally arranged in the three o’clock direction and changed to the twelve o’clock direction. At the same time, in order to fully support Mr. Miura Yuichiro’s great challenge, SEIKOProspex delicately engraved the words of the limited edition on the crown and the side of the case, just like Miura’s passion for challenging the limit, through this resolute red symbol The transfer of temperature between the wrists is like Miura’s climbing to the Everest, raising his hands, waving to pay tribute to the world, and conveying the spirit of constant challenge and uncompromising adventurer.