BREMONT WATCH REPLICA ALT1-P ALT1-P/BL
Details of the Bremontreplica watches:
Movement: Self Winding/Automatic
Quality: Japanese AAA
Case: Stainless steel PVD
Bracelet: Barenia Calfskin
Watch Clasp: Deployment Buckle
Glass: Sapphire Crystal
Dial Color: blue
Case Thickness: 16.00mm
Zenith El Primero watches replica For me, one of the most anticipated watches of the Baselworld 2017 show to put on my wrist was the new Zenith Defy El Primero 21. Zenith let us know about the watch in advance of its release, and I was quite excited to see and play with it. I even had an opportunity to speak with Mr. Guy Semon at sister brand TAG Heuer, who was responsible for the sexy-looking El Primero 21 movement (the Zenith caliber El Primero 9004).What surprised me when I spoke to Mr. Semon was that everything in the El Primero 21 movement was new. This was important to know because I was under the impression the movement was a re-done version of that which existed in the previous TAG Heuer Carrera Mikrograph. If you recall that model, you’ll know that it introduced the 1/100th-of-a-second mechanical chronograph into the LVMH watch group family and had a dial with an identical layout to that of the El Primero 21. Guy agreed that the El Primero 21 built on lessons learned with the Carrera Mikrograph, but said that it was an entirely new mechanism without any shared parts. The El Primero 21 is Zenith’s best current answer to “what is the 21st century version of the iconic El Primero.” The brand has been riding on the coattails of the 5Hz-operating-speed El Primero automatic chronograph for a long, long time. Just about everyone agrees they need something fresh to satiate those who already have one or more El Primero movement-based watches in their life. The El Primero 21 might be the answer to that, and moreover, it represents a new modern look and feel for the Zenith brand that has been (for the most part) decidedly classic in its aesthetic appeal. Of course, you cannot discuss the Zenith Defy El Primero 21 without mentioning Jean-Claude Biver. As the head of the LVMH watchmaking group he was the interim CEO of Zenith up until April of 2017 when Julien Tornare was named CEO of Zenith. However, the Zenith Defy El Primero 21 watch was a major product debut under Biver’s leadership, and many see it as a sign of things to come. It is, of course, a page out of his Hublot and TAG Heuer playbook, but tailored to the specific personality of Zenith.
Glashuette Original Cosmopolite watches replica One that caught our eye is for Glashütte Original’s new PanoMaticInverse, which repositions movement components to make visually interesting elements, such as the Saxon brand’s hallmark swan’s neck fine adjustment, visible on the dial side of the watch. The PanoMaticInverse is the successor to the Glashütte Original PanoInverse, which debuted in 2008. (How to pronounce Glashütte Original? Click here.) The PanoInverse was the brand’s first timepiece to use this “inverse positioning” design, moving components normally found on the rear side of the movement (and visible only through a sapphire caseback) to the front, or dial side. The concept required a complete reworking of that watch’s base movement, Glashütte Original’s manual-winding, in-house Caliber 66, which included refining existing components and developing new components and subgroups. (The PanoInverse, like the rest of G.O.’s Pano collection, was redesigned in 2012.) Two versions of the Glashütte Original PanoMaticInverse will be available at retail in summer 2014, both with round 42-mm cases: one with a satin-polished rose gold case with gold appliqué indices and brown Louisiana alligator Nubuk leather strap (above); the other with a satin-brushed and polished stainless steel case, blue appliqué indices, and a dark blue Louisiana alligator strap (below). Both watches have a fold-over clasp that matches the case material. Glashütte Original has not yet announced U.S. retail prices for the watches.
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