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Day: August 31, 2017

Tudor “Black Bay Bronze”

The Heritage Black Bay family is growing with the arrival of the new Heritage Black Bay Bronze model, a 43 mm divers’ watch inspired by the brand’s history and fitted with a mechanical movement developed, manufactured and assembled by TUDOR. The characteristic elements of the new Heritage Black Bay Bronze model’s personality have been drawn from TUDOR’s history. It inherits the general lines, as well as the dial and domed crystal, from the very first TUDOR diving watches. It features the particularly prominent winding crown from the fam­ ous 7924 reference of 1958, known as Big Crown. It borrows...

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MB&F’s Destination Moon

Reality sucks! In the 1960s, science fiction had us flying through the air on hoverboards and our imaginations soared, but we ended up with non-hovering boards with wheels on solid ground. Science fiction promised us 3D TV and engineers delivered, but we took one look, felt queasy and out they went. Science fiction filled our imaginations with elegant ovoid-shaped rockets that would fly us to the moon and beyond. Again engineers delivered, but the rockets, although eminently practical, ended up being straight, uninspiring cylinders. Some things are best left to the imagination and MB&F’s Destination Moon does just that....

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Breitling “Navitimer Rattrapante”

El nombre de Breitling está escrito con letras de oro en la historia de los cronógrafos. A Léon Breitling se le atribuye la invención del pulsador del cronógrafo independiente en 1915. Ocho años más tarde creó la secuencia de inicio y parada más puesta a cero hasta llegar a 1934, cuando la firma incorporó el segundo pulsador y dando forma así al cronógrafo tal como actualmente lo conocemos. El primer movimiento manufactura creado por Breitling no podía ser otra cosa que un cronógrafo, el calibre B01, presentado en 2009. Faltaba en la colección de Breitling un movimiento cronógrafo rattrapante...

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