The re-engraving is a commemoration of the past, commemorating those brand models that have been glorious, those users are proud of those years, the next generation of players dream of a leader. Behind the replica watch is the DNA that is deeply imprinted in the history of the watch. It has a rich and intriguing story that makes time go back to those glorious and beautiful moments.米 Omega Lunar Timepiece Revisited Moon Footprints
复 Reprinted version of the OMEGA Speedmaster series ‘Alaska Project’ moon watch, relive the enthusiasm and hard work of humans for space adventures in the 1970s, and witness OMEGA’s irreplaceable position in the history of the moon landing.
This situation once again pulled you and my memory back to the exciting moment of July 21, 1968, the American astronaut Armstrong set foot on the moon and left precious footprints. The moon watch worn on his hand made OMEGA famous. In 1970, the Omega Speedmaster was able to save the Apollo 13 safe return to earth with precise timing, and therefore won the Snoopy Award, which represents the highest honor of NASA. Due to its historical significance, a prototype of the Omega Speedmaster ‘Alaska Project’ moon landing watch produced in 1971-1973 was sold at a high price of 64,900 Swiss francs at the Omegamania special auction in April 2007. Today, forty years later, Omega has launched a replica of this superpowered ‘Alaska Plan’ moon watch. It relives the enthusiasm and glory of humans for space adventures in the 1970s, and witnesses Omega’s history in space adventures. Irreplaceable status. The OMEGA Limited Speedmaster Alaska Project Lunar Watch is a replica of a 1970 prototype and is produced in a limited number of 1,970 pieces worldwide, in commemoration of this great human space program.特殊 OMEGA Omega Speedmaster ‘Alaska Plan’ lunar watch’s special appearance and color are striking. The unique eye-catching red anodized aluminum housing not only attracts people’s attention, but also the color produced by the positive oxidation treatment, which can provide the most complete protection against temperature difference for Speedmaster. In vacuum space, the case must be completely airtight to resist pressure changes. The case is firmly covered by the case, which not only protects the watch from extreme temperature differences, but also through ingenuity The ‘Mushroom Type’ button operates all timing functions. It is also because of this unique and detachable red aluminum case that this Super Moon Landing Watch can be applied between -148 ° C and 260 ° C, and still has a temperature difference of more than 400 degrees. Can run without error.宝 玑 Breguet No.5 Global Reissue 5 Pieces
The famous Breguet No. 5 model was made exclusively for the Earl of Saint Miat. It began to be produced in 1787 and was not completed until 1794 (hence the name 1794). And the Duke of Orleans owned this watch. This pocket watch was finally bought back by Mr. Hayek for the Breguet Museum, setting the highest price for the public auction of Breguet antique watches.
This watch has been auctioned by the world for 210 years, and was finally auctioned by SWATCH Group Chairman Nicholas Hayek. Nicholas Hayek signed a nearly crazy gamble with a well-known national leader to make a true copy of this watch, which took 210 years to win in an auction.
Treasure’s original movement was completely disassembled, photographed, and all copied in the same way. The only concession to Hyundai was to choose a modern escapement to ensure more perfect operation. As a result, a masterpiece full of technical genius and timeless beauty was resurrected. This watch only produced 5 pieces in the world, and the price of each piece is 15 million yuan! The first four pieces were sold long ago, the last one came to Shanghai, and the deposit was only 7 million yuan.
宝 玑 N ° 1160 Queen Mary’s belated gift
Queen Antoinette is a true fanatic of Breguet timepieces. Out of desire for luck and novelty, the queen bought several Breguet timepieces: including an automatic winding watch equipped with Breguet’s research and development. In 1783, an admirer ordered a timepiece from Breguet’s workshop, which was a collection of timepieces with the best of science and technology, as a gift to the queen. This order contract stipulates that every part should try to replace other metals with gold, and the performance of pocket watches should be complicated and diverse. With unlimited time and cost, Breguet’s watchmaking skills can be fully utilized.
Unfortunately, Queen Mary has never had the pleasure to appreciate this timepiece. It was not until 1827, 34 years after the death of the queen, that the work was completed, with a production time of 44 years, and 4 years after the death of the founder of the Breguet brand.
This Breguet N ° 160 pocket watch named ‘Marie-Antoinette’ has been a watchmaking myth since 1783. Its extreme complexity, its origins, and its story are as epic as legends, which have lingered in the hearts of watchmakers and collectors for more than 200 years. Recently, the fate of this pocket watch has been added to the mystery for decades after it was stolen from the Jerusalem Museum. It has written a new chapter for its legend.
In 2005, Nicholas Hayek set his challenge to fully replicate this watch. After hearing that the oak tree that the queen loved in Versailles was about to fall, he decided to make the oak wood into a watch box to give it a new life. The Palace of Versailles gladly accepted the Breguet watch company’s proposal to give away wood. Just as the production of the re-enactment was about to be completed in 2007, the mysteriously disappearing collection in Jerusalem in 1983 was magically recovered and the legend continued. However, to this day, Breguet Watchmaking has not been able to verify the authenticity of this timepiece.
Breitling Transocean relives post-war prosperity in the 1950s
50The 1950s to 1960s were the era of post-war economic prosperity and development, the era of the modern aviation industry’s full prosperity, and the time when Breitling was brilliant in watchmaking. The well-known Boeing 707, Caravelle, and DC-8 made their first voyages, greatly reducing the distance of the world. Originating from a deep relationship with aviation, Breitling launched a transocean watch named ‘Transocean’ in 1958 in commemoration of the new era of human transoceanic flight. This watch is not only anti-magnetic, shock-resistant, has super waterproof performance, but also uses a high-performance automatic winding movement, accurate and reliable; moreover, it is unique among many watches with its low-key and exquisite design. Praised, witnessed the era of human transoceanic travel, becoming a wrist classic.
In 2011, Breitling once again took inspiration from transoceanic travel and luxury long-distance flights, launched a new series of transoceanic watches, including Transocean and Transocean Chronograph, replicating the legend of 1958 A classic, a tribute to this timepiece’s masterpiece in the history of the brand. The new Transocean chronograph watch uses the classic round chronograph button with retro flavor, expressing Breitling’s respect for the first waterproof chronograph button; and the ‘short stick’ -type hands coated with fluorescent materials, show the modernity of the watch temperament. The dial is both sharp and easy to read. Each three-dimensional hour-marker and chronograph is carefully embedded and decorated with a ‘snail pattern’ (that is, a spiral pattern). Equipped with an exclusive ‘engine’-Breitling 01 movement. It is worth mentioning that, unlike ordinary Breitling watches, the re-engraved models use the classic Breitling logo from the 1950s to the 70s-the unique 18K gold capital letter ‘B’, accompanied by the brand’s English name and year of birth ‘1884 ‘. While the logo is engraved, it also commemorates the legendary golden age.