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    Ceramic Watch Record The Time That Will Never Pass Away

    In the years of quicksand, we always want to seize a certain eternity that will not be washed away. Watches that record time are also relentlessly seeking harder and never wear. Ceramic material is harder and harder than steel and metal. As long as you wear it, the watch has a strong outerwear that never wears. Both high-end brands and entry-level brands are scrambling to launch ceramic watches, and through the introduction of various ceramic products with improvements.
    Ceramic Watch Nova
       Radar HyperChrome

    In 1986, RADO used high-tech ceramics for the first time in the watchmaking industry with innovative technology, and launched a precision ceramic series watch named Integral, thus creating a new era of watchmaking revolution: ceramic watches. In 1989, the radar watch recreated the history of the watchmaking world, Ceramica overall ceramic series came out, and the world’s first full-body ceramic watch was born. As a result, high-tech ceramic watchmaking pioneered by radar was born. Radar is also known for ceramic technology, and since then, various ceramic series have been introduced.
    Now, exactly half a century after the launch of the world’s first non-wearable watch, the Swiss radar watch family will usher in an epoch-making star-‘HyperChrome’ series.

    全新 RADO’s new HyperChrome series watches set a new benchmark in the field of high-tech ceramics, using precision injection molding technology to create an integrated high-tech ceramic case with a single structure case, which has become the main structure of the finished watch. What makes this single-structure case different is that it completely integrates the lugs and surrounding structure into a high-tech ceramic. The HyperChrome series watches have classic black or pure white styles, with a hardness of up to 1250 Vickers. The dials of this series of watches are wrapped in a variety of metallic brackets, echoing the dial details that complement each other, highlighting the time scale, chronograph ring and chronograph button design.
    ChromeThe high-tech ceramic technology of the HyperChrome series embodies superb watchmaking technology: whether it is an innovative single-structure case, or elegant and smooth parts embedded on both sides of the case like brackets. The process of making the case once again reflects the exquisite craftsmanship of RADO Swiss radar watch. High-tech ceramics enhance the comfort of this watch. The non-wearing and lightweight design makes the HyperChrome series a perfect watch for any occasion.
    Traditional high-tech ceramics, mostly in black or white, seem to be a bit monotonous in today’s colorful fashion world. The Chanel J12 Chromatic watch has both mysterious colored and colorless duality colors. J12 Chromatic titanium ceramic watch combines a new material-titanium metal and high-tech precision ceramics, inspired by the technology of polishing sapphire with diamond powder, developed a unique polishing technology, forging a new rich reflection effect. The fourth color created with its new material conveys a unique charm. A new material and a new color make J12 Chromatic the best witness to the development of the watch and the change of the times, condensing the essence of the era that only Chanel knows to capture.
    12J12 Chromatic titanium ceramic watches are used in high-tech precision titanium ceramics. It is said that they were originally only used in the aerospace field. For example, on satellites, we can see the elegance of such materials. High-tech precision titanium ceramics have extremely high abrasion resistance, and their extremely strong hardness, second only to sapphire, has made the Chanel J12 series watches’ excellent abrasion resistance in the past once again, so that when users wear watches, Never worry about everyday unavoidable bumps.
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    Dior VIII watch
    Dior VIII not only leads the time, but also leads the trend with exquisite design, perfectly combining the watch and the craftsmanship of fine jewelry. Just as the haute couture uniform incorporates a refined and elegant style into the lining, the pursuit of detail of the Dior VIII series watches has reached the highest level, and the perfect combination of ceramic and steel is even more amazing.
    Panerai announced the brand’s first matte all-black ceramic watch Tuttonero 44mm 3-day power reserve two-time automatic ceramic watch in Geneva’s Haute Horlogerie Salon this year. This watch has a stunning beauty, it is true to the personality of Panerai, and is made using the most advanced technology in the field of watchmaking materials.
    Glashütte Matt Black Ceramic Perpetual Calendar
    Scratch-resistant and hard. This is the best comment on the characteristics of ceramics. These advantages make ceramics the most ideal material for making watch cases. In this inspiration, the designer of Glashütte gave Senator Perpetual Calendar a different classic style appearance. The matte black ceramic case gives a sophisticated look to the sophisticated art of watchmaking, combining tradition and creativity in a new way.
    The time and perpetual calendar are clear and easy to read through the double-sided anti-glare sapphire crystal inlaid on the enlarged bezel. The black background sets off the white week, month, and Glashütte’s typical large calendar window. Silver discs decorated with stars rotate under the faceplate, and there is a bright moon on the moon to show the moon phases.

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    Half-century Evolution And Change Enter Rolex Daytona

    Fifty years old, it seems to have never been exposed to wind and rain; half a century after its launch, it is still very popular, as always: yes, it is the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmometer Diton Take the watch. There was no radical change in any form. On the contrary, at the fiftieth year, Rolex reinvigorated it with a platinum shell ice-blue disc model.
    Cosmograph Daytona watch, 1963

       The anniversary celebration seems a little low-key, because for 50 years, Daytona has never stopped the pace of evolution. As the name suggests, the history and speed of this watch are inseparable. In 1963, Daytona came out wearing a track stripe. No watch has ever been so closely linked to a particular sport. The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms may be a possible exception, which is widely regarded as the first military dive. table.
    Cosmograph Daytona watch, 1965

    Embody Rolex Value
       The Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona is the perfect example of Rolex brand value. Rolex employs more than 9,000 people across its headquarters in Geneva, its production facilities in Bill, and its global subsidiaries. Low-key but ubiquitous. In order to truly understand the spirit of this independent brand, you need to understand the meaning beyond words, and of course include the extraordinary creation of a timepiece-Cosmograph Daytona. Objectively speaking, we can praise its performance, accuracy, legibility, durability and reliability. In terms of design, the Cosmograph Daytona fully complies with the attitude of the watchmaking company with an annual output of 800,000 watches. Its timeless elegance has become a symbol of the wearer’s reputation. This is Rolex’s alchemy, with a single watch as the interpretation of the entire brand.
    Cosmograph Daytona watch, 1988

       Before becoming Rolex’s most representative model name, it was Florida that built its reputation. Daytona’s famous long straight beach has been a legendary resort for land speed records since 1903, and the completion of the expressway was no more icing on the cake. In 1963, Rolex launched a new generation of chronographs for racers-Cosmograph Daytona. The light-colored dial is decorated with a black chronograph ring (or the black dial is decorated with a light-colored chronograph ring). The sharp color contrast of the main dial and the chronograph dial makes this new timepiece stand out. The speedometer scale used to calculate the average speed at a given distance is also moved from the outer ring of the disc to the bezel. Since then, the cosmograph Daytona design has undergone changes. In 1965, Daytona had two changes compared to the first generation: one was to replace the Pump button with a turn-lock button; the other was to use black Plexiglas with a white scale on the outside of the speedometer.
    Cosmograph Daytona watch, 2000

    Incremental change
       Around this time in 1965, the ‘Daytona’ logo began to appear on certain dials. The watch originally sold exclusively in the US market was said to be a request from Rolex’s US subsidiary to highlight the cooperation between the brand and Daytona International Circuit and to closely link the watch product with motorsport. Later, this feature gradually extended to all dials, the red curved ‘Daytona’ lettering was transferred above the sub-dial at 6 o’clock.
       Even during the quartz revolution of the 1960s and 1970s, Rolex remained loyal to mechanical watchmaking, especially Cosmograph Daytona. In 1988, the brand was equipped with an automatic movement (this high-quality chronograph movement is already commercially available), but at the same time Rolex made a lot of changes, replacing half of the original parts to make it meet current specifications.
       The result is the movement 4030: variable inertia balance wheel, fine adjustment screws, Breguet balance springs, and the automatic winding component of the constant-motion rotor that the brand invented in 1931. The change has gone beyond the movement: the Oyster case has been expanded from 36 mm to 40 mm, the crown shoulders have been added, and the metal tachymeter scale ring has become wider (the scale unit has increased to 400).
    Cosmograph Daytona Watch, 2013

    More innovation
       In 2000, Rolex introduced a completely self-winding chronograph movement-4130. Abandon the horizontal cross-connect device and use the vertical cross-connect device to start the timing. Rolex engineers have simplified the minute and hour counter system and integrated it into a single module, reducing the number of parts in the chronograph mechanism by 60%.
    Rolex Caliber 4130 movement

       This innovation saves space, facilitates assembly of larger mainsprings, and increases power reserve from 50 hours to 72 hours. Modern cosmograph Daytona movements are also equipped with Parachrom hairsprings. This hairspring is entirely developed, manufactured and patented by Rolex. It is made of niobium-zirconium alloy, which is not affected by magnetic field and temperature changes, more impact resistant, and greatly improves the accuracy of the movement.
       In 2012, Rolex further expanded its watchmaking facility in Biel. In the near future, the world’s largest (turnover) watchmaking brand will launch more innovations. Rolex will not abandon its ace products, and naturally, it will not stop there.

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    Choose Aqua Terra Choose A Lifestyle

    15 years ago, the Omega Seamaster series watch was born, and the continuous development of only ten years has finally become a unique classic of Omega.

       ‘Aqua’ and ‘Terra’ mean water and earth. These two Latin words not only describe the living world of human beings, but also inspired Omega to create the hippocampus watch. In 2002, Omega added a new member to the hippocampus series, under the name ‘Aqua Terra’, to show its heritage of the classic design and superior performance of the hippocampus. Its charming appearance, unique dial texture design inspired by the yacht deck, accurate and reliable travel time, let the wearer be at ease, whether on land or to the ocean.

       The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watch, released in 2002, has as many as 40 models and is available in 41 mm, 38 mm, 35 mm and 28 mm sizes. The watch’s new minimalist design meets the needs of daily business and leisure wear, and the Aqua Terra watch inherits the essence of the hippocampus series. The watch uses superior anti-vibration technology and is water resistant to 15 atmospheres (150 meters / 500 feet).
       The design of the Aqua Terra watch perfectly blends the modernity of the city with the depth of the ocean. The curved lugs are reminiscent of the classic Omega design of the 1960s. The watch’s simple dial and triangular hour scale design pay tribute to the design style of the early Omega watches. At the same time, Omega applied the coaxial movement to the Aqua Terra watch.

       In 2008, Omega introduced the ‘Teak Concept’ dial into the Aqua Terra watch, which also became one of the iconic features of the Aqua Terra watch. The ‘Teak Concept’ dial is inspired by the yacht’s wooden deck, and its chic design makes it even more versatile. In addition, the outer minute ring design has also been innovatively designed, and innovative materials such as Sedna® 18K gold are applied to the Aqua Terra watch models, which enriches the range of choices.

       In 2013, the Omega Seahorse series Aqua Terra underwent another innovation. The advent of the Omega Seahorse Aqua Terra & gt; 15,000 Gaussian watch could withstand the 15,000 Gauss magnetic field, which opened a revolutionary moment for Omega’s innovative watchmaking technology. Omega’s unique approach has completely changed the anti-magnetic inner case used in the watchmaking industry before. It uses a variety of non-ferromagnetic metal materials to create anti-magnetic movements, thereby making the movements resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 Gauss. This revolutionary and innovative process has become another landmark breakthrough in the history of Omega watchmaking.

       And this year, 15 years after the birth of the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watch, the brand new Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watch will once again become the most popular wristwatch in the market. It not only has a wealth of styles to choose from, but also looks And performance has also been upgraded.

       In terms of diameter, there are 34, 38 and 41 mm men’s and women’s watches of different materials to choose from. The unique symmetrical design of the case makes the watch show a balanced beauty as a whole, and a corrugated edge design is added on the back. The most significant change is the change from the vertical texture to the horizontal texture of the Aqua Terra watch’s prestigious ‘Teak Concept’ dial. The waterproof digital figures on the dial are transferred to the case back, and the date window is moved from 3 o’clock to 6 o’clock, creating a symmetrical aesthetic feeling. Some 41mm models are equipped with a rubber strap, which is connected to the case as a whole by additional links. In addition, all watches have been certified by the Astronomical Observatory, achieving outstanding improvements in accuracy and performance.
       The perfect combination of charming appearance and precise timekeeping, the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watch accompanies people to enjoy leisure time. It is the travel equipment for traveling the world and the wrist of the best dressed person. Choose an Aqua Terra watch and choose a lifestyle.