Es el hermano del Roger Dubuis Excalibur Aventador S, pero con detalles rojos. Más hiperrelojería salvaje sin límites. Con esta nueva versión del potente Excalibur, la firma retoma la exacerbada mecánica a bordo de Lamborghini Squadra Corse. La manufactura apuesta por la complejidad tecnológica para recuperar su sofisticado diseño con la forma del calibre “duotor” —con cinco patentes—. Excalibur Essenza SCV12 es otra metáfora perfecta llevada al pulso del lenguaje hiperbólico del motor de Lamborghini. Un alter ego que luce dos espirales inclinadas a 45 grados, barras de suspensión y…Leer más
The drunkard sunk more in disgrace, Had a look of brutality scowling; In his soul, in his heart, in his face, The gin like a demon was howling. So went a popular song from several centuries ago. Many years ago, far more than either of us would care to remember I suspect, not long after I met our esteemed Ian Skellern, we were in Damascus (as in the real place and not on some journey of revelation, although it was certainly that). Travelers relied upon word of mouth in those…Leer más
Existen diferentes tipos de cristales en relojes por lo que hoy me he propuesto explicártelos de forma fácil en este post. Así de esta manera, espero resolver varias dudas que suelen generarse entorno a este tema. Tipos de cristales en relojes Como te decía, existen diferentes tipos de cristales en relojes. Nos encontramos con cristales […]
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Our survey of international military timepieces is back in action after a long hiatus. In this installment, we travel to Italy. World War II Many are no doubt familiar with the dedicated dive watch and the military watch as 20th-century Swiss inventions, but such historicity is only partially accurate. It was in fact fascist Italy […]
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The Datograph houses the Lange in-house flyback chronograph caliber L951.1 – a movement that was part of a changing landscape in terms of how enthusiasts, collectors, and the industry think about chronographs. Before its debut, little had occurred in the way of development of classic high-end chronograph movements for many years. We take it for granted that “high horology” is synonymous with “in-house,” but historically, it’s not true. Patek Philippe’s first in-house chronograph movement, for example, the CH R 27-525 PS, was only introduced in 2005. There were developments in more widely produced calibers like the Valjoux/ETA 7750, which came out in 1973, and there were, of course, the first automatic chronograph calibers of any kind, in 1969. We should also remember the F. Piguet ultra-thin chronograph calibers, 1180 and 1185, which came out in 1987. But mainly, high-end manufacturers relied on supplied calibers from chronograph specialists like Lemania. The Royal Oak Offshore is one example of this and illustrates the standard practice during the 1980s and 1990s, and even before. From launch, it used a movement based on the Jaeger-LeCoultre caliber 889 with a Dubois-Depraz chronograph module.Leer más
Breguet’s Marine Tourbillon Equation Marchante 5887 is an unabashedly complex and an unabashedly ornate timepiece. It is a massive gold vessel laden with history, complications and maritime flourishes that invites inquiry. One of Breguet’s most technically ambitious timepieces, the 5887 packs a perpetual calendar, a tourbillon and an ingenious running equation of time indicator on […]Leer más
Oris’s new Limited Edition diver isn’t just green, it’s green! Oris has gotten behind a Seoul-based clean-up project on South Korea’s mighty Hangang River with the newest member of their Aquis diver’s watch family, the Hangang LE. The recent partnership with the pioneering Seoul KFEM, part of the Korean Federation for Environmental Movements is certainly a worthwhile move from Oris. The Hangang is South Korea’s second longest but most important river because it supplies water to the 10 million inhabitants of the country’s capital, Seoul. However after years of neglect,…Leer más
In conjunction with publisher/e-shop, Revolution, and its sister publication The Rake, Hanhart has produced a limited edition homage model 417 Chronograph in bronze. Introducing the Hanhart x The Rake x Revolution Bronze 417 Chronograph Limited Edition, presented in a 42 mm x 13.3 mm bronze alloy case with Hanhart’s signature fluted (coin-edge) bezel, which is continuously rotatable and has a red mark for timing things. The case measures 49.5 mm in length and has a 21 mm interlug width. A bronze alloy with the chemical mixture (CuSn8) was specifically used…Leer más
In conjunction with publisher/e-shop, Revolution, and its sister publication The Rake, Hanhart has produced a limited edition homage model 417 in bronze. As part of the collaboration, there’s a Belstaff Trialmaster leather jacket offered separately, or as part of the package. This is effectively a four-way co-branding effort, and the watches available are restricted to 150, however, unlike many limited editions, the prices seem reasonable, and you’re not forced to buy the jacket if you just want the watch or vice versa. Introducing the Hanhart x The Rake x Revolution…Leer más
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