A Tribute To The Classic 2010 Watches

The appearance of a watch is like a person’s face. Brands and watchmakers have never pursued the best but only better. This year, Glashütte, with its perfect German craftsmanship, regained the ‘Classic Six Zero’ design of the last century, and the Swiss radar watch, which has always been famous for its design craftsmanship, continued to work hard on its classic r5.5.

Glashütte SenatorSixtiesPanorama Date
Modern art, hippie culture, the Beatles … The 1960s was such an age of vitality and creativity. See the exquisite Glashütte in simplicity, inspired by the classic round watches of the 1960s, using retro Arabic numerals to interpret the fashion, and designing the ‘Classic Six Zero’ series, expressing respect for the sense of design in the 1960s.
New models are available in galvanized black dial and matte silver dial. A large calendar display on the dial, silver Arabic numerals at 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock, completely retaining the German design style of the 1960s. For the first time, the watch has a sapphire crystal case back on the SenatorSixties collection.
Radar r5.5 series automatic watch
Last year, British industrial design master Jasper Morrison created a new r5.5 watch series for Swiss radar with simple straight lines and 5.5 mm radians in four corner shapes. Black high-tech ceramic material achieves the classic look of r5.5.
全新 The new r5.5 series automatic watch launched this year continues the design essence of the r5.5 watch series. The strap adopts a gradient design from wide to narrow, and the date is displayed at 3 o’clock. The crown is matte black ceramic. Through the transparent sapphire crystal back, you can also see the automatic movement on the watch.
New Blancpain Villeret moon phase watch
In 1983, Blancpain’s watchmakers created the world’s most impressive moon camera core, which can display the precise time, month, date and week, becoming the world’s lightest similar movement.
首 The first Villeret model newly launched this year, using full calendar moon phase technology that best represents the complex functions of Blancpain’s Villeret series. Exclusive self-made automatic movement with anti-magnetic balance wheel that vibrates 28,800 times per hour, and dual barrel with 72-hour power reserve. You can quickly adjust all the displays of the watch at any time during use without worrying about damaging the movement. Blancpain also uses a patented hidden adjustment, which can be completed with the fingertips.
米 Omega Hollow Tourbillon Coaxial Platinum Limited Edition
Hollow tourbillons are not uncommon, but they are rare in the center and require extremely high workmanship. Every Omega new tourbillon coaxial coaxial limited edition watch is made by a watchmaker in 540 hours.
The main timing components of the tourbillon movement are assembled in a titanium rotating frame. The frame rotates once every 60 seconds, which can offset the effect of gravity on travel time. The hands are etched on a sapphire crystal mirror and pushed by the gears around the mirror, it looks like it floats freely on the movement. The sapphire bottom plate is engraved with ‘Limited Edition’ and is limited to 18.
Longines ‘continuously flying across the Atlantic watch’
In 1933, American pilot Charles Lianba became the first person to fly non-stop across the North Atlantic. His equipment included a watch with a chronograph function. Designed specifically for this voyage.
This year, Longines reissued this watch named ‘Flying across the Atlantic.’ The watch has a diameter of 47.50mm and a self-winding movement. The dial design is the same as the original, with a tachometer that measures speeds up to 500 km / h.
Tissot Vista 1957 Collector’s Edition
Tissot’s newly released 1957 Collector Edition of Vista, inspired by several watches launched by Tissot in the 1950s to celebrate its 100th anniversary. At that time, the addition of the date display function to the automatic mechanical movement was a landmark milestone in the watch industry. Tissot reinterprets this feature in a modern way in new watches.
The watch case is 40 mm in diameter and has a transparent case back. To pay tribute to the classics, the dial is engraved with the Tissot vintage logo. The dial has a calendar window and a retro buckle. Catering to contemporary people’s requirements for precise timing, the watch uses the ETA2836-2 (men’s watch) movement with a power reserve of 42 hours.