Boll Watch Ball Watch Introduces Limited Arctic Chronometer

In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the successful conquest of the Matterhorn Cervino in the Alps, BALL Watch has launched the Engineer Hydrocarbon Arctic Chronometer chronograph watch-limited to 1,000 pieces worldwide. The ultimate timepiece for polar exploration!

The Matterhorn Cervino, reputed as the ‘most among the mountains’, has an altitude of 4,478 meters and is one of the highest peaks in the European Alps. For a long time, human beings have tried to conquer this behemoth. Percent proudly, resolutely and fascinating, but with a bit of desolation. However, no one succeeded. There is even a tragic ending. However, until July 14, 1865, the Englishman Edward Whymper and his team finally set off from Switzerland and reached the Matterhorn, which was only a few hours faster than his friends and opponents. The brave Italian climber Jean-Antoine Carrel climbed all the way from the southern cliffs of Italy and looked down at the top of the vineyard.

But this huge victory brought a bittersweet ending to Wen Bai: As he descended the mountain, his four teammates lost their lives because of a sudden fall-a tragedy that persisted for the rest of the life. On the other side, Carrel didn’t notice the accident and tried to reach the summit for the second time. This time, with teamwork and sacrifice, Karel finally reached the top on July 17. Within four days, this ‘impossible mountain’ has been conquered twice, and since then Carel’s relationship with this mountain has been inseparable. Even 25 years later, he sacrificed his life to save those who encountered the blizzard. He is a real hero. And everything happened in the mountain he loved.
 

To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the successful conquest of the Matterhorn Cervino in the Alps, BALL Watch has launched the Engineer Hydrocarbon Arctic Chronometer chronograph watch, limited to 1,000 pieces worldwide. Priority is now given to watch fans to choose their favorite limited edition number. The release date is expected to be July 30, with a time limit of 48 hours.

Perpetual Calendar Marriage Tourbillon 2013 Zenith New Product Analysis

[Special Report from Watch House Basel] On April 25, 2013, the annual watch industry event Basel International Watch Fair kicked off. The watch house team went to Switzerland. In front of you, we will bring the exhibition report in the first time, and send the new watch pictures of major brands as soon as possible. Here are some real shots of the Basel Watch Show. Friends who like it can see it first.

 The 2013 Pilot Collection has three new watches. The first is a pilot series ‘Type 20 aircraft’ calendar watch, equipped with El Primero 4054 高 B high-precision movement. This movement was developed by the famous chronograph El Primero, with a vibration frequency of up to 36,000 times per hour. It has been made by Zenith for more than 40 years
Manufactured in-house. In addition to the hours and minutes display, small seconds and 60-minute counter at 6 o’clock, the watch is also equipped with an annual calendar function, including the date, day of the week and month display.
Adjust the time once. The design of this complex function is extremely subtle and simple, with only 9 moving parts, while most annual calendars require 30 or 40 parts. This timepiece is available in stainless steel and two-tone titanium and rose gold. Case
The Swiss Civil Aviation Registration Code ‘HB’ and the watch serial number can be seen on the side.

 There is also a compelling pilot series ‘Type 20 aircraft’ in the new Pilot Collection 2013 watches.
Tourbillon watch. Made of titanium and rose gold, this tourbillon rotating frame is displayed on the upper left of the dial, and a calendar display is also added. This asymmetrical aesthetic design visually highlights the tourbillon, clearing from the open dial
Visible, while maintaining delicate proportions and elegant lines. The date system has been patented and is displayed by a disc placed outside the tourbillon frame. On the exterior parts, the Swiss civil aviation registration code can be seen on the side of the case
‘HB’ and watch serial number.

87.2430.4035 / 21.C721
Brown alligator strap with beige stitching and titanium pin buckle
4035 automatic movement
Movement: 13Ω “ `(Diameter: 37mm)
Thickness: 7.66 mm
Number of components: 381
Number of jewels: 35
Vibration frequency: 36,000 VpH-(5 Hz)
Power reserve: at least 50 hours
Material: Titanium case, 18K rose gold bezel, lugs, buttons and crown
Diameter: 48 mm
Surface diameter: 40 mm
Thickness: 15.80 mm
Table mirror: arched double-sided anti-glare sapphire crystal
Case back: engraved with Zenith flight instrument logo
Water resistance: 10 ATM
Surface: black matte
Time scale: SuperLuminova SLN C1 super luminous material
Hands: Gold-plated rhodium, satin-finished
Center hour and minute display
Tourbillon:
-Tourbillon frame at 11 o’clock
-Tourbillon frame rotates once per minute
-The small second hand is on the tourbillon frame
-Date display is located around the tourbillon frame
Chronograph:
-Central seconds hand
-30 minutes counter at 3 o’clock
-12 hour counter at 6 o’clock

The pictures and information collected by the reporting team in front of the Watch House will be uploaded to the special topics in Basel, so stay tuned.
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Mysterious Black Watch Tissot New Watch Real Shot Plan Appreciation

Baselworld 2014 has already begun, and many new watches show more surprises to the world. Every new and innovative Tissot watch is unique. This black watch is mysterious and stylish. Let us follow Tissot’s new watch along with the real shots sent by the mission team of the Watch House.

  The above is the 2014 Basel watch related information carefully prepared by the staff in front of the Watch House. In the future, we will continue to provide more and more intuitive exhibition reports for everyone, please pay attention to it. (Picture / text watch home Li Shuai)
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