Hundred Years Of World War I Bell & Bell; Tribute To Heroes

In 2011, Bell & ROSS produced a valuable pocket watch, the Pocket Watch 1 (PW1), to pay tribute to pocket watches worn by soldiers during the First World War from 1914 to 1918; the Pocket Watch 1 was 49 mm in diameter and polished. The case is elegant and perfectly reproduces the characteristics of the timepiece at that time. Later, when the Air Force pilots were on duty, they gradually replaced their pocket watches with wristwatches to make it easier to read time; BELL & ROSS introduced this history as the theme and introduced the WW1 wristwatch (Wrist Watch 1) after the PW1; The dial size and minimal bezel design echoed the design of the first watches worn by pilots at the time.

 Georges Guynemer, Skyrim Heroes of World War I

BELL & ROSS authentically reproduces the military watch design style and technical characteristics of the First World War. Steel case with antique copper color, creamy white dial, yellow sand numbers and hands from antique timepieces, welded lugs, slender natural belt with a bit of time and frost, and a large pitted crown (easy for pilots to bring Adjusted when wearing gloves) and other details design, for the Vintage WW1 Guynemer watch with the charm of those years. The nostalgic atmosphere and the watch style are perfectly natural, and the flying stork pattern at 6 o’clock adds even more historical significance, because the squadron pilot saw the stork logo as a mascot, and the back of the case was engraved with a portrait of Georges Guynemer, echoing the stork pattern, and the dial number The design also matches the 2 on the fuselage of Georges Guynemer; the blue seconds hand is a watchmaking tradition, and the arched crystal glass is cut with high technology, adding a touch of antique watch temperament.
Dedicated to Skyrim Knights Georges Guynemer
Looking back on 1914, the outbreak of World War I, when flying technology was still in its infancy. The French Clément Ader made its first test flight in 1890, but the American Wright brothers formally made a successful test flight in 1903. By 1909, Louis Blériot successfully flew over the ‘English Channel’; however, only a few pioneer pilots had the opportunity to taste the sky Taste, Georges Guynemer is one of them. Georges Guyneme was born in 1894. He was frail and sick from an early age. After the outbreak of World War I, he aspired to join Rong Weiguo. He was rejected by the French military because of his poor constitution. He has always been obsessed with flying. He was qualified as an Air Force pilot in April 1915, and was assigned to the third Stork squadron. He later piloted the Morane-Saulnier Type L fighter to demonstrate first-class flight technology. Later he will The Morane-Saulnier Type L fighter jets piloted by them all bear the words ‘Vieux Charles’.

BELL & ROSS borrows the 100th anniversary of the WW1 Special Edition Gueymer limited edition watch

In 1912, the French 12th Fighter Brigade formed the third squadron in Reims, France. When the war broke out, the squadron was sent to Alsace and decided to use storks because storks were very common in the area. Some pilots even reported that there were storks during the flight Fly at random and witness the deep fate of the squadron and the flying stork. Georges Guynemer was initially assigned a simple task of observing the enemy. By July 19, 1915, he had shot down enemy fighters for the first time as a fighter pilot. At that time, the Nieuport 10 fighter he piloted was more powerful and had a better record. He soon became the best pilot of the French Air Force and was awarded the Legion of Honor Medal of Honor by the 21st birthday. His outstanding talent and technology even influenced the design of Air Force fighters (including SPAD fighters). Thanks to his ingenious suggestions, SPAD became one of the most outstanding fighter aircraft of the French military. He participated in the battle of Verdun and the Somme, and was wounded many times. On September 17, 1917, he was lifted off as Captain of the Flying Stork Squadron, but he did not expect that this was the last mission. He was only 22 years old when he died for the country. During his three years in the army, he participated in many battles and made great achievements, including confirming the shooting down of 53 enemy aircraft (and the possibility of shooting down another 35 enemy aircraft). The French Air Force later seized him as a military flying hero.
Established in 1935, the École de l’Air has the school motto of Georges Guynemer’s motto ‘Overcoming Overcoming’ and has a commemorative plaque beside the Air Base 701 runway at Salon-de-Provence. Engrave the following words to encourage today’s flying students: “Until you have given everything, you have given nothing” (Captain Guynemer, unless you have done your best).

Vintage WW1 Guynemer watch limited to 500 pieces

The flying stork that accompanied Georges Guynemer in that year, spread his wings in the WW1 Guynemer watch today, and paid tribute to the flying hero of the year. BELL & ROSS is dedicated to the legendary pilot Georges Guynemer and all flying heroes of the Flying Stork Squadron through the Vintage WW1 Guynemer Limited Watch.
This year marks the centennial of the outbreak of World War I, and Bell & ROSS also pays high respect to all flying pioneers with this new timepiece.

New Cooperation Achievements Real Shot Bell & Ross Br 03-94 R.S.18 Chronograph

In 2016, Bell & Ross established a partnership with Renault Formula One Team. Both parties shared the values ​​of passion for mechanical engineering, speed, performance and sports design. At Baselword 2018, Bell & Ross launched the BR 03-94 R.S.18 chronograph.
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   The case is 42 mm in diameter and is made of porous micro-sprayed titanium, giving the watch a low-key and decisive modern matte appearance. Equipped with a sapphire crystal with anti-glare coating, it is very hardwearing and ensures the best legibility in all situations, such as racing or daily driving. The entire watch is water-resistant to 100 meters.

   The carbon fiber dial is decorated with metal-applied Superluminova® luminescent materials and digital hour markers and skeletonized hour and minute hands. The titanium-carbon combination design ensures that the components are lightweight, rugged, abrasion-resistant, and excellent in performance. Through the auxiliary chronograph dial of the timing function, the movement transmission gear train can be seen.

   The central chronograph seconds hand, the small seconds at 3 o’clock, and the 30-minute chronograph at 9 o’clock, all timing function color styles borrow from the unique and highly stylized aesthetic design of motorsport, track and circuit.

   Equipped with BR-CAL.301 self-winding mechanical movement, the performance is stable and reliable. The timing function is activated by the joystick button, which is very similar to the shift paddle on the Formula 1® steering wheel.

   It has a black perforated rubber and elastic synthetic strap with a pin buckle.
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What Is The Experience Of Wearing ‘zodiac Signs’ In Your Hands?

The watch brand Roger Dubuis was founded by Mr. Roger Dubuis himself in 1995. The early Chinese translation was ‘Hao Jue’ and later changed to ‘Roger Dubuis’. Mentioning the Roger Dubuis brand, what people think of now is its magnificent design case, naked tourbillon ….. Among the brand’s iconic models, the most memorable one is ‘Knights’. Since the Middle Ages, West convenient spread such stories. Twelve heroic knights gathered around the round table. They swore allegiance to King Arthur and vowed to spare no effort to achieve the goal and overcome all obstacles in order to return in triumph. Roger Dubuis introduced the ‘Excalibur Knights of the Round Table’ watch in 2013, which inspired its creation from this. The watchmaker uses miniature craftsmanship to create 12 round table knights with sharp swords. Each knight is only 6.5 millimeters in height. They are made of gold and each has a vivid and different look. According to the description in the legend, they circled a circle and can also be used as a scale. The dial uses green and cream enamel glazes to draw a pattern of radial stripes. By 2015, Roger Dubuis launched the second-generation round table knight watch, with a slight adjustment in the design. The shape of the center of the iconic 12 knight sword is retained, and the material is changed to copper. At the same time, the dial is made of ink jade, and the complex pattern is embossed on it. In order to create a heavy sense of history, each knight pedals even a textured stone floor tile. At the same time this representative model has two versions of rose gold and white gold, Moyu dial details are slightly different. In 2018, the brand then launched the third generation of Round Table Knights. Compared with the previous generation, the design of this generation has undergone a drastic change. Instead of adopting ‘realism’, it has switched to the ‘Low-Poly’ style. Low-Poly originally originated in 3D real-time rendering of computer games. To put it simply, ‘describe the shape of an object with as few polygons as possible’. After all, the early computers did not have strong computing capabilities. To be more straightforward, it is ‘spicy chicken pixels’. With the continuous innovation of computers, ‘Low-Poly’ was eliminated. However, because of the unique meaning given by the times, the low polygon has a nostalgic and retro atmosphere. This style instead triggered a memory of past emotions, and then returned to the public view. The 12 round table knights on this watch no longer use fine micro-carving, but rely on polygons to shape the figure. With the blue enamel dial and gold reflective section, it brings a full visual impact, no less than one or two generations of watches. For European countries, the story of the Knights of the Round Table is well known. In Chinese society, the tradition of the zodiac is deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. Recently, Roger Dubuis launched the ‘Zodiac’ derivative version based on the icon of the round table knight. This ‘Zodiac’ and the ‘Round Table Knight’ are both connected and different. The connection is that the appearance of the case is the same, the case is tough and strong, and three lugs on one side are very recognizable. The difference is that the “Chinese Zodiac” models have replaced the previous Western statues with micro-carvings with more Chinese characteristics. Zodiac signs, also known as the zodiac signs, are twelve species of animals in China and the twelve terrestrial branches that match the year of human birth, including rats, cattle, tigers, rabbits, dragons, snakes, horses, sheep, monkeys, chickens, dogs, and pigs. The origin of the zodiac sign is related to animal worship. According to Qin Jian unearthed from the Sleeping Tiger Land in Yunmeng, Hubei and Fangmatan, Tianshui, Gansu, a relatively complete zodiac system existed as early as the pre-Qin period. The ‘Zodiac Sign’ has gone through thousands of years and produced countless legendary stories and historical versions. This watch uses the Yuanmingyuan ‘Twelve Beastheads’ as a prototype design, which was originally part of the fountain outside the Haiyan Hall of the Yuanmingyuan. It is a bronze statue of Qianlong in 24 years (1759). In 1860, the British and French allied forces invaded China and burned Yuanmingyuan, and the bronze statue of the beast head began to be lost overseas. This ‘Zodiac’ scale statue still uses micro-engraving technology. Compared to the Twelve Knights, the surface details of the beast head are more varied and complicated, such as the scales of a snake head, the hair of a rat head, the horns of a sheep head, and chicken The crown of the first … and on the back, in addition to the limited number of 12 pieces, the case back is also engraved with Chinese characters at twelve hours. At the same time, Roger Dubuis can see the exquisite movement certified by the Geneva Seal through the sapphire caseback. Its automatic tuo is a three-dimensional relief with a rising dragon, its claws firmly grasp the round shaft, the sharp blade and smooth lines. The twelve beasts of the Yuanmingyuan Garden are cast from red copper, and this time Roger Dubuis made the watch case with a more suitable copper material, which will have different surface oxidation and discoloration effects according to the use of the wearer. Simple and mottled. The previous ‘Round Table Knight’ models appeared in three generations and four subdivision versions, with each version producing at least 28 pieces, and the official domestic price was between 1.5 million and 2 million. The number of ‘Zodiac signs’ this time is the smallest, and they are privately made. There are only 12 and the price is unknown. —END —

Introduction To The Iwc Engineers Chasing Chronograph Titanium Watch

A new precision watch carefully crafted by experts from IWC Schaffhausen is born. ‘MDW;’ IWC engineer chase chronograph titanium watch. This watch is both internal and external. In addition to the titanium case to make the surface more shiny, it is also the first time in the series of engineers to equip the watch with chronograph. One of the most sturdy models.

Made of titanium, the dream comes true. The new engineer chasing chronograph titanium watch from IWC Schaffhausen is equipped with a solid and reliable 79230 movement and a 45mm titanium case. The introduction of this watch is the first time in the series of engineers to equip with the chronograph. In addition to superb technology, this new piece is equally striking in appearance. In addition, the ‘first’ titanium case with satin finish makes the surface appear silky shiny. This watch has many highlights, including five screws with diamond-like carbon coating (DLC) on the bezel. The screw head is perfectly integrated with the black rubber-coated buttons and crown protection. The vulcanization effect of rubber perfectly highlights the watch’s heavy appearance and smooth control. The redesigned dial looks clear, pleasing and clear. Distinguishing the display more clearly, the designers used blue for the first time to create a color palette that complements this timepiece. The hour, minute and small seconds (with stop) dial are recessed, while the luminous material embedded in the rhodium-plated hands is black. At night, this function of the watch begins to play its important role. Considering the weight of the watch and its 16 mm case thickness, the designer deliberately omitted the soft iron inner case. The convex bezel design highlights the distinctive ergonomics and, combined with a total weight of just 130 grams, makes the watch exceptionally comfortable to wear. Engineered chronograph titanium watches are time-tested, water-resistant to 12 bar, with a tough engineered rubber strap, double-sided anti-reflective sapphire glass, and screw-down case and crown to withstand anything Extreme conditions.

Needle-traveling device is an extension of the technology of timing device. With this function, two different time periods can be measured in one minute. To put it simply, just press the button to start the chronograph function, and the two center chronograph seconds hands will start running. Since the two hands completely overlap, the second chronograph hand cannot be seen immediately. At this time, the wearer can choose to repeat the measurement time within one minute. When the timekeeping function is activated, press the third button at the ’10 o’clock’ position, the upper chronograph hand will stop, and the lower chronograph hand will continue to operate until the ‘2 o’clock’ position is pressed. It will stop after pressing the normal start / stop button. Using this method, two different short time periods can be measured. If you press the tracing hand button again, no matter the chronograph hand is running or stationary, the tracing hand will immediately return to above the chronograph hand. This function can only be achieved through continuous sublimation based on rich experience in watchmaking.

Titanium & mdash; & mdash; attractive material at IWC, innovation is a long tradition: as early as 1980, IWC has taken the lead in using this advanced material, and its titanium chronograph watch is leading the industry . Now, IWC has accumulated rich experience in handling this lightweight, almost never wearable and extremely skin-friendly material. However, by the end of the 1970s, with the assistance of aviation experts, the Swiss watch maker IWC had mastered the necessary know-how to process and heat treat titanium. Titanium is 43% lighter than stainless steel, but it has excellent overall corrosion resistance, extremely low thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity. Titanium is one of the most unique and expensive materials in the world. Its unique color and lustre can enhance the appearance and masculinity of the engineer’s chronograph titanium watch. It is a veritable ‘engineer’ in terms of function and appearance.

Eternal Smiley Recommended Three Breguet Moon Phase Watches

‘A playboy on the street (…) wandered boringly until his accurate Breguet watch as he always walked reminds him that time is noon.’ — From Pushkin’s ‘You King Onegin. Don’t be surprised that famous Russian writers will mention Breguet in their works, this is not Breguet’s random entry. Just look at the history of Breguet, and you will be surprised by its customers and employers. Cultural celebrities such as Stendhal, Balzac, Hugo, Alexander Duma and others all mention Breguet in their works. Today we recommend three watches from Breguet with moon phase function.
Breguet CLASSIQUE 7337 7337BR / 1E / 9V6

Watch Series: Classic
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: 18K red gold
Strap Material: Crocodile Leather
Domestic public price: ¥ 310,800
Watch details: DE NAPLES 8908 series 8908BB / 52/864 D00D watch

Watch Series: Queen of Naples
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: 18K white gold with diamonds
Strap Material: Silk
Domestic public price: ¥ 284,200
Watch details: 226,700
Watch details: MAURICE DE TALLEYRAND) to evaluate Breguet, ‘The guy of Breguet has never stopped pursuing perfection!’