Cross-border Watch For Men Willing To Pay The Bill

In recent years, top watch brands have staged marriage partnerships, and they have joined forces to create time-honored products in the watch industry: Jaeger-LeCoultre and Aston Martin, Girard Perregaux and Zegna … they penetrate each other Combining two into one brings us unexpected and innovative single products.
The integration of Jaeger-LeCoultre watches and Aston Martin DBS sports cars

The AMVOX2 DBS Transponder chronograph watch launched by Jaeger-LeCoultre and Aston Martin has a micro-transmission system that can control the locking and unlocking of the Aston Martin DBS sports car. When you approach the sports car, just press the ‘OPEN’ position on the watch’s mirror (between 8 and 9 o’clock) to open the door and press the ‘CLOSE’ position (between 3 and 4 o’clock). Time), the door will be locked. In addition, the watch’s case and dial design are subtle, and sports car elements can be seen everywhere. It features a floating metal-like DBS logo, a separate AstonMartin logo on the movement display and gray plywood, and a polished black dial, which is consistent with the DBS sports car’s instrument panel. A display window is located on the outer ring of the dial to expose the internal parts of the chronograph and transponder functions, which is comparable to the brake disc shown in the tire rim of a DBS sports car.
The combination of Girard-Perregaux and Zegna

As Italy’s top menswear brand, Genia relies not on novel styles and bright colors, but on simplicity, elegance and comfort to meet the needs of high taste. In 2010, the centenary of Zegna, the Italian Zegna family and the Macaluso family in charge of Girard Perregaux joined forces, which is tantamount to a historic handshake between the two godfathers. No swordswords, no bloody conspiracy, this is a well-dressed and personable Italian family gathering. Really successful men don’t need to show off. When they lift their wrists, they are simple dress watches, and behind Girard Perregaux’s powerful watchmaking skills and Zegna’s century-old spirit. On this watch, Zegna’s logo replaced Girard-Perregaux’s factory logo, allowing Swiss watch of 219 to be willing to help, which shows that Zegna’s status is extraordinary.
Harry Winston diamond and independent watchmaker fit

At the time, Marilyn Monroe sings with a slightly hoarse voice in the movie ‘The Gentleman Loves Blondes’: ‘Talkto me Harry Winston, talk to me’. This is Harry Winston. The top diamond brands to say. From Queen Elizabeth to Hollywood stars, Harry Winston’s diamonds are their love. Now, the marriage of Harry Winston and watches will make many men spend more.

Since 2000, Hai Rui Winston has launched an alternative Opus series: Opus2 creatively places the perpetual calendar on the back of the case; Opus 5’s ‘square-hour dial’ will flip sequentially like a satellite every hour, with inverse The jumping minute hand completely overturns the traditional watch design concept; Opus8 is a mechanical watch disguised as an electronic watch; Opus9 uses two diamond chains and rubies to indicate the time; Opus X presented at the Basel Watch Show in 2010, subverts The traditional dial and hands are replaced by a rotating display built on a rotating frame. Like the planets of the solar system in the universe, Opus X also operates on a planetary orbit mechanism, including sun gear, satellite gear and external frame. The wonders of various independent watchmakers are gathered on the dial, plus the limited production is rare, and it is no wonder that the film star Mel Gibson will get a Hai Rui for the price enough to buy a small submarine -Winston watch.
IWC fits with St. Exupery’s novel

圣 Saint Exupery, best known for the fairy tale ‘Little Prince,’ is actually an outstanding pilot and adventurer. The IWC Pilot’s Watch ‘Special Edition for Saint Exupery’ is dedicated to this great ‘pilot writer’.

IWC made 1939 pieces based on St. Exupery’s novel ‘Wind, Sand, Stars’ as the reference standard. The dial is also decorated with the ‘A’ abbreviation of Saint Exupery’s name, located at 9 o’clock. When the novel ‘Wind, Sand, Stars’ appeared, flying was only in its infancy, but the insights in flying were amazing. Saint Exupery describes himself in the form of a self-explanatory flight over the sinister Andes and across the Sahara desert. This third edition of the Universal Pilot’s Watch presented to Saint Exupery is most appropriately designed with UTC Universal Time Display (a set of time standards on which International Aviation relies on flight plans). The fine relief pattern on the bottom of the table fully reflects Saint Exupery’s love for flying.