Taken on the posters, magazine of HK, Manila Airrport, Department store by my HTC ONE
Blancpain X Fathoms
The latest C Fathoms of Blancpain revisits its iconic 1953 edition. The depth gauge of max. 90 metre and maximum depth reached memory, a retrograde 5-minutes counter for decompression stops feature and three barrels ensuring a five-day power reserve marks this Blancpain the most high-performing diver watch today. The Calibre is 9918B, based on the manufacture-made Calibre 1315 which was proven of its worth by successfully powering several models in the Fifty Fathoms collection.
With the industrial technologically breakthrough, gold is injected into a zirconium-based bezel to make the numbers and markers appear even, last and smooth like silk for touching. The 18Kt markers are coated with white Superluminova that emits blue light, which the minute hand and the dot on the diving bezel give you green light. This beautiful watch is equipped with Omega Co-Axial Calibre 9301, the first chronograph in the manufacture’s family of using Co-Axial movements.
IWC Portuguese Yacht Club Chronograph Editions “
Race 2012” Volvo Ocean
To congratulate the start of this year’s Volvo Ocean Race and the teams taking party in the prestigious event, IWC launched the Portuguese Yacht Club Chronograph Editions “Volvo Ocean Race 2012. Touted as amongst the toughest and most spectacular competition of 73,000 KM of treacherous waters across 4 oceans and 6 continents. This robust and advance IWC-manufacture 89361-calibre movement is housed in an elegant titanium case and is made water-tight to 6 Bars, fitted with a screw-in crown with matching profile crown protection.
The Chronograph has fly back function, as well as an analogue display with two hands in a sub-dial for long-stop times.
Ulysse Nardin Champion’s Diver Plushenko Limited Edition (250 pcs)
Ulysse Nardin started their early business with Marine chronometers where the Ship captain’s most treasureable tool on board for all distance, course, and mileage calculation.
The Champion’s Diver Plushenko Limited Edition was designed in collaboration with Evgeni Plushenko, Russian Olympic Champion figure skater.
NU Calibre 26 is a self-winding movement with 42 hours of power reserve indicator, as a traditional application for the Brand’s Marine Collection, the stainless steel case is protected with vulcanized rubber, that could give you a pleasant smooth feeling on your wrist, and to reduce any scratches onto your hands. This watch is made as a tribute to Evgeni Plushenko…and the one who buys it.
Tudor Pelagos marks the first venture into high tech diving watch, it is maiden watch that is made with Titanium, which makes senses as for it lightness, durability and free from any scratches. The satin finished titanium case is water-resistant to a depth of 500 metros. With a helium escaper valve visible at the side. An unidirectional bezel in titanium with a Matt black ceramic insert hour markers is large and luminescent with hands in Tudor's "snowflakes motif.
ow deep is you love on divers Watch?
This diver watch is equipped with an operating indicators can quickly tell if the chronograph is working, that is, if it’s really measuring set time intervals, if it’s ready to be activated. And be assured that correct time was displayed on the various counters. Its employs JLC Calibre 758 which has up to 65 hours of power reserve.
Needless to say this is by so far likely the most popular diver’s choice for both armature users and professionals, and watch collector as of it name in the waters for the past 50 years.
If you are diver, that is the basic tool you may have already…
In terms of Value and durability, I choose Rolex Submariner, In terms of technology and function, that is Blancpain, In terms of cost performance, that is Tudor and JLC, in terms of Style and probably of its exquisite shape, I think Omega and IWC, In terms of history in the name of Marine watch and Clock, and the Small number on Earth that we can have, that is Nardin… Give no excuse not to buy all but one….without consideration of the money in my pocket, I am sure I take the Blancpain! Because it was an Iconic watch since 1953!