Precision Timing Omega Witnesses Track And Field Brilliant

Omega has been widely known as the Olympic timekeeper. In 2013, Omega will continue to provide timing services for the IAAF Diamond League Tour Season. Since the establishment of the Diamond League in 2010, Omega has always been the designated timekeeper for the event.

 The IAAF Diamond League is held regularly every year, with one day of each competition (the two-day competition in London this July). One of its main goals is to strengthen the worldwide influence of track and field. A total of 14 races are planned for 2013, which also includes the most eye-catching European schedule, as well as races in China and the United States. On May 10, the first race of the new season began in Doha, Qatar.

 ‘We are very much looking forward to once again recording the outstanding performance of the outstanding men and women athletes of the IAAF Diamond League in this event. Through close cooperation with the Olympic Games, we have become familiar with many top athletes and can participate in We are honored to present the performance of these world-class athletes to a wider audience in the Diamond League. ‘

 The Diamond League Shanghai Station on May 18 will usher in the most powerful team ever. 3 world record holders, 18 Olympic champions and 25 World Championship champions will make the whole game shine. Omega will work with athletes to witness the moments created by legends.

 In addition to providing timing and data processing services for many of the world’s top sports events, Omega is also responsible for the development of many core sports timing technologies. One of them is the Scan’O’Vision endpoint camera, which can “shoot time”.

 In the 2013 Diamond League, Omega’s timing and data processing team will continue to use the full set of top-level equipment used in the 2012 London Olympics. The London Olympics marks the 25th time Omega has been designated as the Olympic timekeeper. At the same time, the cooperation agreement between Omega and the International Olympic Committee has been extended to 2020.

2012 Girard Perregaux Laureato Triple Bridge Tourbillon Watch

In 1989, Girard-Perregaux exhibited its first three-gold tourbillon pocket watch at the Paris World Expo and won the gold medal in one fell swoop. This masterpiece has become a symbol of Girard-Perregaux craftsmanship. This year, Girard-Perregaux released a limited edition of ten LAUREATO three-bridge tourbillons to pay tribute to the legendary work of the year. The LAUREATO three-bridge tourbillon is equipped with three translucent blue spinel splints and the exquisite structure of the tourbillon movement. You can enjoy the wonderful movement of the one-minute tourbillon composed of 72 parts.
 In 1989, Girard Perregaux exhibited its first three-gold tourbillon pocket watch at the Paris World Expo and won the gold medal in one fell swoop. This masterpiece has become a symbol of Girard Perregaux’s craftsmanship. This year, Girard-Perregaux released a limited edition of ten LAUREATO three-bridge tourbillons to pay tribute to the legendary work of the year. The LAUREATO three-bridge tourbillon is equipped with three translucent blue spinel splints and the exquisite structure of the tourbillon movement. You can enjoy the wonderful movement of the one-minute tourbillon composed of 72 parts.

Rado Fibonacci Touch Diamond Watch

Perfect touch

 At the 2013 Basel Watch & Jewellery Show, RADO launched the Isaac’s leading high-tech ceramic touch watch in the watchmaking industry. Now the series is adding another masterpiece, once again showing the charm of Swiss radar.

 The sparkling oval black high-tech ceramic case is beautifully curved and exquisite. The dial of this innovative watch is set with 534 brilliant diamonds, which complements the high-tech ceramics that have a warm texture and are not easily worn. The diamond arrangement is inspired by the Fibonacci spiral, and the elegant shape highlights the kaleidoscopic beauty of this ladies watch, reminiscent of blooming flowers in nature. Fibonacci’s stunning arrangement also reveals the cutting-edge technology hidden behind this diamond watch.

 RADO Swiss Radar Isa Series High-tech Ceramic Fibonacci Touch Diamond Limited Edition

The technology behind the perfect touch

 Gently press along the side of the case to start. Slide your finger over the left side of the case to set the hour and the right side to set the minute-just one step can adjust the time to fly forward or backward.

 The production process of this watch is precise and complicated, and the single structure (integrated) case of high pressure injection molding ensures the success of ceramic touch technology.

 Rado Swiss radar isa series of high-tech ceramic Fibonacci touch watches limited to 300, each of which is individually numbered. The new model perfectly combines high-tech ceramics and brilliant diamonds, which is another stunning work of the Swiss Radar’s revolutionary breakthrough design.

Cartier, Crash Skeleton Watch

1967: A legendary watch written into the history of Cartier watchmaking, this unexpected and pleasant encounter is the Crash watch. 2014: With the launch of the Crash skeleton watch, Cartier created another special-shaped movement of the brand-the 9618 MC-type movement, and thus kicked off the ‘Mechanical Legends’ series. This series fulfilled the extremely high dual requirements, successfully combining the specially shaped case with the same shaped movement.

   1967 coincides with the golden age of the ‘Swinging London’ trend. It is conceivable that the Crash watch born in this year naturally carried the agitation and eclecticism of the free age. Such a unique watch from Cartier’s hand is not unexpected. In the era of hip hop and pop art subverting traditional dogma, when the passionate and perceptive styling watchmaker and such rebellious thoughts met, the result of their collision was Crash watch.
   How did this watch come about? The story begins when a customer commissioned a Cartier watch that was damaged in the accident to be repaired by a Cartier London person. The latter was immediately attracted by the deformed case and decided to apply its twisted shape to the new designing. The Crash watch, which has a very limited circulation, quickly became a highly collectible watch due to its asymmetric dial design. The mysterious shape also makes its name mentioned from time to time among the knowledgeable elite. For them, the Crash watch represents the avant-garde culture of the 1970s. Today, this legend continues.

  Today, Cartier’s distorted design is no longer limited to the case, but extends to the entire movement, and its structure after ‘impact’ merges with the distorted case. As a master of modeling and sculpture, Cartier strictly adheres to his watchmaking philosophy: limitations are both restrictions and guidelines, and everything is a source of inspiration. The movement as a whole was carefully designed, and once again challenged technical accomplishments and watchmaking achievements. The completely skeletonized dial is occupied by exaggerated twisted Roman numerals, and the transparent design makes the movement clear at a glance. It is these digital time stamps that support the movement.

   The skeletonized movement selected for aesthetic considerations is one of Cartier’s most iconic complication, which has made this watch officially among the fine watchmaking. Through the transparent case back, you can admire the exquisite operation of the 9618 MC manual winding gear.

  The 9618 MC movement does not simply modify the traditional movement to fit the case. It has been designed as a skeleton movement from the beginning. After the watchmaker’s precise and meticulous conception, whether it is the overall layout or the aesthetic design, the impeccable best effect has been achieved, thus creating a beautiful and exquisite works. The splint is carefully carved, and the specially shaped movement is the dial.

   With its unique design and hollow plywood, most of this movement is exposed. In this Crash skeleton watch, all surface details meet the requirements of fine watchmaking: frosted sanding of steel parts, chamfering of Roman numerals and side polishing. The exquisite skeletonized movement specially made for the case of the Crash watch once again demonstrates Cartier’s unique status as an art master and creative master. The brand boldly subverts the tradition and the pioneering spirit of relentless pursuit of freedom, expanding and sublimating the creative territory of its fine watchmaking series.
Crash skeleton watch
Case: 950 platinum case
Dimensions: 28.15 x 45.32 mm
Crown: 950 platinum bead-shaped crown set with a convex round sapphire
Table mirror: sapphire crystal
Case back: sapphire crystal case back
Hands: Sword-shaped blue steel hands
Case thickness: 9.62 mm
Strap: Grey alligator leather strap
Buckle: 18K white gold folding buckle
Water resistance: 3 bar (~ 30 meters)
Cartier 9618 MC workshop refined manual winding mechanical movement
Roman numerals cut-out bridges indicate hours and minutes
Movement size: 171/4 x 91/2 cents, ie 37.9 x 20.2 mm
Overall movement size: 38.5 x 21.2 mm
Thickness: 3.97 mm
Number of ruby ​​bearings: 20
Number of movement parts: 138
Balance frequency: 28,800 times per hour
Power reserve: about 3 days