65 Years Of Nostalgia Oris Released A Number Of New 65-year Replica Diving Watches

Oris 65-year replica version of the diving watch family welcomes a new member of the 42mm diameter. The new watch has a nostalgic nautical blue dial and a variety of material and color straps. for selection. At the same time, the 40-year-old Oris 65-year engraved version upgrades, the first time to wear a stainless steel bracelet came out, giving more love to nostalgic marine fans.

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   In the mid 20th century, pioneer efforts such as Jacques Cousteau (French marine explorer and one of the inventors of scuba), Hans Hass (Austrian biologist, diver), Christian J. Lambertsen (American expert in environmental medicine, diving medicine), etc. The rapid development of diving equipment has greatly promoted the progress of the diving industry. By the 1960s, with the improvement and popularization of diving equipment, people had opened the closed mysterious door of the underwater world. Since then, Oris has dedicated itself to making professional diving watches, and its sophisticated timers have accompanied divers to explore the quiet underwater world numerous times to this day.

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   In 2015, Oris designers inspired the brand’s early dive watches launched in 1965 and created a 65-year replica watch. This year, the brand launched a new style again, retaining the original streamlined body, slim diving bezel, trapezoidal calendar window and other vintage elements. At the same time, the 65-year replica is an uncompromising 21st-century diving watch with a one-way diving bezel, a spherical sapphire crystal, Super-LumiNova® hands and scales, and a Swiss-made automatic mechanical movement. This watch from the past is competent for today’s diving missions.
New 42mm-colorful nostalgia

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   The dial of the new Oris 65-year replica watch is quite nostalgic. The brown scale and hands are matched with a dark blue convex design, which reminds people of the dot buoys rippling on the blue water. In addition to the existing stainless steel and rubber straps of the series, the new rubber-lined suede straps and NATO fabric straps also bring more retro flavor to the watch. The stainless steel back cover is engraved with Oris retro LOGO, symbolizing the excellent diving watch quality that has continued since the 1960s.
40mm upgrade – “chain” connects ancient and modern

   The new stainless steel strap has a matte brushed finish on the surface, which blends with the retro flavor of the original 60s and modern sports fashion. The four heads connected to the case, the round pin design is the same as the original.

   Regardless of the steel strap or the NATO fabric strap, the 65-year replica diving watch perfectly reproduces the nostalgic atmosphere of the diving golden age. The slim rotatable diving bezel, spherical mirror surface and special luminous digital scale are designed. Original reproduction.

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   Reproduction does not mean simple reproduction. The 65-year replica diving watch is made with the most contemporary Swiss watchmaking technology. The original chrome-plated brass case has been upgraded to 316L stainless steel; the spherical mirror has also replaced the old resin with a durable sapphire; the former plastic bezel has become a unidirectional rotating stainless steel bezel with an aluminum alloy graduated ring . Invariably, there is a precise Swiss mechanical movement that runs steadily under the dial.
   A number of new Oris 65-year replica diving watches, combining vintage diving style and today’s watchmaking technology, will be available in the summer of 2016.
product features

 

Oris 65 Diver’s Edition
Product number: 733 7720 4055, table diameter: 42.00mm
• Oris733 automatic mechanical movement
• Stainless steel case and crown, 100 meters waterproof
• Unidirectional rotating diving bezel, aluminum 60-minute graduated ring, 0 scale coated with Super-LumiNova®
• Spherical sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on the inside
• Dark blue convex dial, scales and hands coated with Super-LumiNova®
• Watch with brown rubber lining suede, black rubber, blue or black NATO and stainless steel 5 options
• Suggested retail price: RMB 14,800 for steel belt, RMB 13,400 for others

65 Year Diver’s Watch
Product number: 733 7707 4064, table diameter: 40.00mm
• Oris733 automatic mechanical movement, 6 o’clock calendar display
• Stainless steel case and crown, 100 meters waterproof
• Unidirectional rotating diving bezel with embedded aluminum minute scale, 0 scale coated with Super-LumiNova®
• Spherical sapphire mirror, anti-reflective coating on the inside
• Black arched dial, hands and scales coated with Super-LumiNova®
• Stainless steel strap with folding clasp
• Suggested retail price: RMB 14,200 for steel belt, RMB 12,800 for others

65 Year Diver’s Watch
Product number: 733 7707 4065, table diameter: 40.00mm
• Oris733 automatic mechanical movement, 6 o’clock calendar display
• Stainless steel case and crown, 100 meters waterproof
• Unidirectional rotating diving bezel with embedded aluminum minute scale, 0 scale coated with Super-LumiNova®
• Spherical sapphire mirror, anti-reflective coating on the inside
• ‘Deauville’ blue arched dial, hands and scales coated with Super-LumiNova®
• Stainless steel strap with folding clasp
• Recommended retail price: RMB 14,200 for steel belt, RMB 12,800 for others

2017 Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge

The Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge has always been recognized as the top international tour event in the classic and classic sailing industry. Entering the 13th in 2017, the race spans eleven of the world’s most fascinating traditional nautical towns, and is highly respected by those who are fascinated by the magnificent appearance, glorious history and unique personality of classic sailing boats.

Panerai Global CEO Angelo Bonati said, ‘I can proudly say that our enthusiasm for protecting and promoting classical sailing is unparalleled internationally. This year is our 13th consecutive year in sponsoring events. For many years, We have witnessed many exciting projects that have flourished with us, and also witnessed the rebirth of some outstanding classic sailing boats with the dedication and enthusiasm of countless aspiring people.

As always, the Mediterranean Tour of the Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge takes place around France (Antibes, Cannes), Italy (Argentario) and Spain (Mauno on Menorca). The sailing boats participating in each race compete for the championship trophy with accumulated points. Many of the sailing ships that won the championship last year are famous for their sailing history. Among them are sailing ships built by famous masters, including William Fife III (Cambria built in 1928 and Cambria built in 1911). Mariquita, Moonbeam IV built in 1914) and Nathanael Greene Herreshoff (Chinook built in 1916), Italian naval vessels (Chaplin built in 1974, S tella Polare built in 1965), and former Olympic stars (Bona Fide, built in 1899, won the gold medal in the 1900 Paris Olympics) and a collection of historical celebrities (Manitou, built in 1937, was owned by US President Kennedy). The Bermuda brig Eilean, designed by William Fife III in 1936, also participated in the Mediterranean race. This boat was revenued by Panerai in 2006 and restored after the brand’s careful restoration.

The participating sailing boats then competed for the second Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge trophy in the Marblehead, Newport and Nantes stages, competing for the North American championship title. The tournament is held in New England waters in August and September each year. Siren has steadily won the North American Cup throne in the past two years. This ship belongs to the NY-32 type. It was designed in 1936 by OlinStephens, one of the founders of the prestigious Sparkman & Stephens.

Antigua Classic Sailing Challenge and Panerai British Classic Week are not included in the two major Mediterranean and North American tours due to geographical limitations, but teams defending the above events can receive Panerai watches. Panerai has been designing and producing the first wristwatch for the Italian Royal Navy divers since 1936. It has continuously combined outstanding Italian design and top Swiss watchmaking technology to create precise instruments, becoming the perfect choice for those who love sailing.

2017 schedule

Antigua Classic Sailing Challenge
April 19-25, 2017

LES VOILES D’ ANTIBES
May 31-June 4, 2017

ARGENTARIO Sailing Week
15-18 June 2017

Panerai English Classic Week
8-15 July 2017

Corinth Classic Sailing Challenge, Marblehead
11-13 August 2017

Nantes Sailing Challenge
18-19 August 2017

OPERA HOUSE Cup, Nantes
August 20, 2017

Ma Weng, XIV COPA DEL REY DE BARCOS DE EPOCA
August 29-September 2, 2017

Newport Classic Sailing Challenge
September 1-3, 2017

LES RÉGATES ROYALES, Cannes
September 26-30, 2017

Certina Ds First And Ds Podium Watches

Certina launched the new DS First glory series women’s ceramic watch and DS Podium champion series men’s BMW Sauber F1 team commemorative automatic chronograph watch.
Certina DS First Honor Women’s Ceramic Watch

 The Certina DS First glory series women’s ceramic watch adopts a simple sports classic style and reflects its unparalleled beauty. This model adopts a new ceramic material and applies it to the bezel and crown to enhance Degree of aesthetic value and technical creativity.
Certina DS Podium Champion Series BMW Sauber F1 Memorial Automatic Chronograph

 Certina has been working closely with BMW Sauber F1 team for 5 years. To celebrate this successful partnership, the brand launched the DS Podium Champions Series Sauber F1 Team Commemorative Automatic Chronograph, which is the official color of the team.
This watch is limited to 4000 pieces, each of which is individually numbered and uses the Valjoux automatic movement.

Choose The ‘cold Watch’, Ice And Snow Can’t Hide

Under extreme weather conditions, can watches still maintain precise timing, which brings challenges to professional watchmakers. For those traveling in winter, the importance of ‘cold watch’ is self-evident. Recommend seven ‘cold watch’ for you, put on winter clothes, go out on the snow together!
Regardless of whether the ‘extremely cold’ climate is true or not, whether you go skiing or travel north of the Tropic of Cancer, winter watches are especially necessary. In extreme weather conditions, whether the watch can still maintain precise timing, which brings challenges to professional watchmakers. In fact, since flying and diving became a new means of adventure in the last century, the functional extension of an excellent watch has become more and more extensive, but the extreme cold environment has more stringent requirements for a watch. It should not only be able to overcome vibration, sand, moisture, and severe impact, but to be on time, it is best to provide more and more convenient functions at an average low temperature of -50 ° C. In general, this type of watch is best equipped with multiple tools such as compass and barometer. Of course, ruggedness and anti-magnetic are the most basic requirements.

MIDO helmsman series watch
Movement: automatic or manual winding, Mido calibre 1320 movement, 48-hour power reserve.
Appearance: 30mm diameter, stainless steel case, black rubber strap.
Heart reason: The design inspiration comes from the industrial streamlined aerodynamics of the 1930s, and its travel accuracy can be adjusted in 5 directions.

LONGINES Longines Expedition Paul Emil Victor Delegation Watch
Movement: automatic movement L619.
Appearance: stainless steel round case, non-reflective sapphire crystal, black leather strap.
Reason for heart: An exact replica of the instrument that the French bipolar expedition carried during the polar expedition.
In 1911, the wristwatch first arrived in Antarctica. Almost 100 years ago, Roald Amundsen arrived in Antarctica. He wore watches from Zentih on both expeditions. Over the next 100 years, many watch brands including Longines and Jaeger-LeCoultre sent their watches to the North and South Pole.
Today, the Polar Region has become a favorite testing venue for many brands. In addition to the North and South Pole, Himalayan as the third pole in the world has also become the best testing ground for the brand. Watch brands believe that if the watch can show reliable performance in such difficult climates in the polar regions, it can be adapted to any place on the planet.

Bode Bang watch
Movement: HUB4100 automatic winding movement, 42-hour kinetic energy reserve.
Appearance: diameter 44.5mm, black ceramic case, black natural rubber strap.
Reasons for the heart: It is made for the famous American skier Bode Miller, and it has its signature at 9 o’clock.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Extreme LAB 2 watch
Movement: Jaeger-LeCoultre 780 and 781 movements, automatic winding.
Appearance: diameter 46.8mm, double hoop structure case, integrated replaceable strap system.
Exciting reason: Ascend the severe test with the mountaineering team to climb the Antonie LeCoulfre peak in the Himalayas that has never been conquered by predecessors.

Baume & Mercier CLASSIMA EXECUTIVES MAGNUM XXL chronograph
Movement: ETA 7754 movement.
Appearance: 44mm diameter, polished stainless steel case, black rubber strap.
Heart reason: The strap is made of pure natural vulcanized rubber, and there is no temperature difference to resist the severe cold. Function buttons are placed on the side of the dial for easy operation.

BLANCPAIN 500 Fathoms GMT watch
Movement: Calibre 5215 self-winding movement, 5 days power reserve.
Appearance: diameter 48mm, brushed titanium dial, canvas strap, shallow curved convex cover.
Heart reason: Equipped with 3 connected barrels to ensure a continuous power reserve for 5 days, waterproof performance up to 1,000 meters.
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TISSOT SE® Extreme watch
Movement: Touch screen movement with low battery display.
Appearance: 43mm diameter, 316L stainless steel case, rotating bezel, rubber strap, with push-button folding clasp.
Heart reason: It has high-tech outdoor functions such as weather forecast, altitude, automatic demagnetization, and compass, and it is extremely cost-effective.
How to choose a cold watch:
1 Thicker winter clothing makes thin watches more convenient to wear. The crown is relatively large and the buttons are relatively prominent, making it easy to operate. It can also be easily operated with gloves.
2 The working time of the battery will be greatly reduced under low temperature conditions, so choose a quartz movement or electronic watch carefully.
3 The temperature difference of the rubber strap is smaller, which is more suitable for wearing in winter than the steel strap.
4 If you really want to conquer the development of Antarctica, it must be expensive and cost-effective. You may choose to simplify the function, but it can still cope with the severe cold.