Valentine’s Day is full of happy red roses and pink balloons, it seems that these warm colors will always represent the sweet atmosphere. However, the black and white phase errors of the keys also compose a beautiful piece of music for us. The most longing for love is not pure black and white without gray areas. Glashütte presents two black-and-white chronograph watches with the best wishes to lovers. The elegant appearance combines the pragmatic nature of Glashütte’s chronograph function. It also reminds lovers at the same time. The beauty of time.
Lady Serenade Chronograph. The polished stainless steel case has a diameter of 38mm. The bezel is set with 54 Top Wesselton IF brilliant-cut diamonds (approximately 1.17 carats). The Lady Serenade Chronograph embellishes the luxurious charm. Sun radiation pattern decoration makes the black galvanized dial shine and dazzle. The hour markers are also made of polished stainless steel. The 12 and 6 o’clock positions are represented by Roman numerals. The chronograph minute counter at 9 o’clock and the small seconds counter at 3 o’clock are surrounded by silver engraving, which is more prominent on the face plate. The crown is set with a brilliant-cut diamond. The scratch-resistant sapphire crystal back case can see through the factory-made Cal. 39-34’s thin chronograph stopwatch movement, with a power reserve of 40 hours to ensure accurate time running. The assembly and polishing of the movement still maintains the tradition of Glashütte’s watchmaking arts, such as gooseneck trimming, 3/4 plywood, Glashütte solar radiation engraving, etc. This movement once again shows the world’s original high-quality Glashütte original Tabulation depth. This watch is equipped with a patented stainless steel bracelet, showing a dazzling and charming softness on the wrist, alternating satin brush patterns and bright polished sections, echoing the feminine curved case, making this watch even more Perfection.
The Senator Chronograph XL men’s watch features a German silver dial, a luminous spear-shaped white gold central hour and minute hand, a central chronograph second hand, a balanced 30-minute chronograph and small seconds dial, and a large stainless steel case with a diameter of 44mm. The black tachymeter hand on the dial surrounds the black minute scale and is matched with the hour markers in German silver, while the stainless steel case, crown and handles are polished in contrast to the matte finish. Senator Chronograph XL is also equipped with Glashütte’s original 39-34 movement, which is self-winding and has a 40-hour power reserve. In order to ensure its classic and original character, the movement adopts various designs with original characteristics of Glashütte, which can be seen at a glance through the sapphire crystal bottom modification. These include three-quarters of splint, gooseneck trimming, Glashütte threads and double-radiation trim, as well as a skeleton automatic disk with a 21K gold balance wheel, highlighting the elegant gentleman style.
Athens, a Swiss watch famous for its superb watchmaking technology, once again combined the function of the minute repeater and the action puppet device to launch the ‘Samurai minute repeater watch’. The artisans of the Athenian watch used Japanese prints to present the famous duel between two legendary samurai Miyamoto Musashi and Sasaki Kojiro. Athenaeum is looking for unique cultural stories from around the world as inspiration for watch design. This time, inspired by the battle between two famous samurai warriors widely circulated in Japanese folk, the new work ‘Samurai Single Time Watch’ was launched.
The Athens watch ‘Samurai Single Timekeeping Watch’ is equipped with the UN-610 self-winding movement. The watch will tell the hour when it crosses the hour and half, and it can also tell the time according to preference. Whenever the timekeeping system is activated, the warrior on the plate-the active figure (Jaquemart) will wield a sword duel. On the left side of the dial is the famous 17th-century Japanese samurai Miyamoto Musashi holding a long and a short sword. On the right side of the dial is his old enemy and the most powerful opponent Sasaki Kojiro. The finely carved design on the dial is a famous duel between the two at Ganryu Island. It is rumored that Miyamoto Musashi was an outstanding strategist. He deliberately took a boat to arrive late, making the long-awaited Sasaki Kojiro mentally unstable, and finally defeated his opponent and became famous.
The Athenian ‘Samurai Questionnaire’ is made of 18K rose gold or platinum. Each edition is limited to 18 pieces. Both versions are decorated with hand-carved dolls in rose or gray gold. Athens Watch is one of the few manufacturers that masters the technology of moving puppets. It is also one of the leaders in the early revival of watch time technology. It is also undoubtedly a creative master of mechanical watchmaking.
Number: Rose gold section: 6102-130 / SAMOURAI
Platinum: 6109-130 / SAMOURAI
Limited: 18 pieces each
Movement: UN-610 single question time
Power reserve: about 40 hours
Winding: automatic winding
Function: Single Question Timepiece
Start the system when the bell sounds
Every hour at half hour and half hour
Moving puppet device
Case: 18K rose or platinum
Diameter: 43 mm
Water resistance: 30 meters
Dial: Grey dial with hand-carved dolls
Table mirror: anti-glare and wear-resistant sapphire crystal
Case back: Sapphire crystal, screwed
Crown: waterproof crown
Strap: leather strap with folding clasp
IWC has become one of the main sponsors of the highly innovative ‘Adventure Eco-Journey’ environmental sailing plan. Now, IWC will accompany the PLASTIKI sailing boat, which is driven entirely by recycled adventurer David de Rothschild, and is made of recycled materials. It sails 10,000 nautical miles and crosses the Pacific Ocean to Sydney, Australia. Declaring the grim conditions facing Mother Earth. To pay tribute to Rothschild’s latest adventure, IWC launched a new stainless steel model, called the Engineer’s Automatic Watch Earth Mission ‘Eco-Adventure Eco’ Special Edition, limited to 1,000 pieces. During the four-month Plastic journey, this limited edition watch will accompany Roschel and his team across the Pacific Ocean. What adventurers can stand, whether it’s the Alaskan ice sheet, the Amazon rainforest or the deserts of Africa, the watch can stand it. In addition, its sturdy structure and strict testing also surpass other IWC models. The watch has undergone more than 30 extreme tests to ensure its durability is beyond standard.
腕表 This watch is manufactured in Schaffhausen in a carbon neutral manner. Its design guarantees extremely long life and is a particularly durable watch. The newly developed larger and stronger stainless steel case is equipped with precision-manufactured automatic devices that meet the highest quality standards. It is equipped with IWC-made 80110 movement, equipped with a Pellaton winding device and a built-in shock absorber. The screw-in caseback with double-sided anti-reflective sapphire glass and the new flanking protection design of the screw-in crown make it sturdy enough to withstand all types of shocks around the world, even worn by adventurers during the journey On the wrist.
The special edition watch also has more unique and important features: the blue dial and orange indicator, and the meticulously engraved adventure ecological logo on the case back, all make the watch unique in Roskil’s Plastic mission. symbol of. The mission is to awaken the world’s environmental awareness. In order to implement this purpose, IWC also seeks new packaging methods. The packaging of this special edition watch is smaller in size to meet environmental protection principles.