Here comes the sun: SoCal Springtime Drive of the track-ready McLaren 765LT Spider

What’s cuter than a top-down, sunny Clemente strolling along the coast?

On a sunny Tuesday, with an offshore sea breeze, I decided that email could wait. Outside, the ‘Ambit Blue’ of the McLaren 765LT Spider beckons.

Set the scene
A prescient pause occurs when the supercar is turned on. Let’s call it a ready moment, as if the driver of the vehicle is checking it and saying, “Are you sure you’re ready?” Then there’s the sound of waking up the neighbors, the sound of a dog barking, somewhere in between clucking and growling. There’s no doubt about when this quad-exit titanium-exhaust car will be ready, unlike the hybrid and electric car groups.

Countless car owners will tell you that supercars don’t have a quick exit. Divots means disaster. It’s bumpy, forget it. A loose pebble. Heaven does not. The turning radius is not why you buy a car. The feeling of a mid-engine, rear-wheel drive, 755HP ultralight supercar enveloped me as the everyday horrors of the suburbs faded into the rearview mirror. When I retracted the one-piece electric hardtop, I couldn’t help but activate its launch mode, verifying that 0-60 mph is actually 2.7 seconds.

While I’m all too familiar with this particular coastal road, on this day the mountains are covered in the electric yellow of blooming mustard plants as the 101N parrots from the Ventura County coastline into Santa Barbara, California. It’s one of those rare textbook moments when music, weather, scenery, terrific ambience and a mysterious lack of traffic converge into the almost comically perfect drive of the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8.

The McLaren 765LT Spider has a top speed of 205 mph, and on the track I’m sure it handles with utmost precision. More than once, however, I looked down while cruising the highway and realized that 100 mph was too easy to achieve. fake watches for sale

Unlike other hulking track-ready supercars, there’s nothing brutal about the LT. With its dramatic design – just look at the evil red-emitting dihedral doors and backlit engine bay to prove – there is no doubt that the full power of the 765LT Spider can be (easily) unleashed at low and high speeds. But it also has a civilized feel to it.

OK, now that you understand the scene, it’s time to talk about cars.

The McLaren 765LT Spider continues to dominate the brand’s “supercar” group (in the same category as the 720S Spider and 720S).

Interestingly, while the “LT” part of its name stands for “long tail,” it doesn’t hold back, even at 181 inches in length. McLaren has been building LT road cars for the past seven years, and it’s almost always sold out immediately. Longer, lighter and faster than its peers, it’s no wonder McLaren limited production. That’s where “765” comes in: it represents the number of versions made.

Custom LT springs and damper hardware join the lowered front suspension and a widened stance between the front wheels for enhanced grip. Meanwhile, the carbon fiber body is meticulously sculpted to increase downforce, not to mention aerodynamic elements such as splitters, edges, fins and diffusers, to name a few.

It’s a bit of a stretch, a concept for a track-ready convertible, but that’s exactly the way the good folks in Woking, England, built the LT’s lifestyle-driven machine.

on the way home
While any McLaren is guaranteed to attract attention, there are clear differences between the 765LT Spider and McLaren’s other supercars. That said, among the different classes of vehicles that reach supercar status, the 765LT Spider sits in the clouds.

With that in mind, to showcase the 765LT Spider of this piece, we knew we needed a similar area, one that echoed the car in both design sensibility and ambience. Light and quiet, with some rudeness that shines but doesn’t seek the limelight. Fortunately, the chivalrous Alexander Ali and his team at The SOCIETY Group recommended the 20-acre compound with 270-degree views on the hills above Montecito.

Designed and built by local architect Bob Easton, this 6-bed, 9-bath, 8,500-square-foot estate exudes Provence elegance. The feeling of arrival is unmistakable, a hairpin bend upwards through a pair of gates, and small grass sprouting between the driveway stones. The four-car garage and carriage house complement the LT for ease. fake watch price

Corum Watch – Golden Bridge and Miss Golden Bridge

Coinciding with the festive season, Corum released two new versions of the Golden Bridge replica watch with a new “snow” setting. Snowflake settings are made entirely of diamonds and consist of randomly arranging diamonds of various sizes so that together they cover the entire metal. This is a fine jewelry practice for two reasons.

First, carefully select the placement of each diamond. Although each is different, they still have to be as close together as possible, interlocking so that the edges almost touch. As such, there is no consistency to this task, it breaks away from the brilliant and baguette cut mechanism that all diamonds are interchangeable with. In the snow, the setter’s own experience and guts come into play. Each diamond is individually picked and placed. The final composition resembles a fresco or expressionist painting, with many individually set diamonds that together create an overall image.

Next is the setup itself. Since each diamond has a unique size, so must each prong used for the setting. This is a task that requires extreme precision, which hinders setting standardization, as each paw works individually to set its diamonds individually. Corum fake

“Ultimately, every snow-covered golden bridge is unique,” explains Corum CEO Jérôme Biard. “They are true haute horlogerie and high jewellery at the same time, and we will never make two identical pieces. This skin reflects Corum’s philosophy of breaking the rules and breaking the rules, offering our collectors a completely unique movement, Our rectangular movement, and a highly unique setting that has almost never been used in the history of Corum.”

Two models are available for snow conditions: Golden Bridge (with a 34 x 51mm barrel case) and Miss Golden Bridge (21 x 43mm). Each case, including the crown, has been fully set, giving a unique luster to the oblong movement extending up and down, fully visible through the anti-reflective double sapphire crystal.

Each piece will be available in white and rose gold, meaning there are four models in total, with a total of 314 diamonds for the Golden Bridge and 245 for the Miss Golden Bridge, representing 2.68 carats and 1.28 carats, respectively.

Best 2022 luxury watches

Seiko SBGM221
Specifications: Case Size: 39.5mm, Thickness: 13.7mm, Lug to Lug: 46.3mm, Lug Width: 19mm, Water Resistance: 30M, Movement: Automatic Internal GS 9S66 GMT, Power Reserve: 72 Hours , Crystal: Sapphire. A luxury watch for the smart, laid-back traveler, the SBGM221 could be your everyday GMT option, whether you’re on a business trip or vacation. The SBGM221 differentiates itself from many GMTs on the market today with a more subtle GMT integration with a smaller second time zone hand and a restricted 24-hour ring within the hour markers. Combined with a zaratsu finish, Grand Seiko’s proprietary polishing method, eggshell white dial and a fully in-house GS 9S66 GMT movement, the SBGM221 from the Elegance collection doesn’t disappoint as it packs a practical complication.

Seiko SBGA285
Specifications: Case Size: 39mm, Thickness: 12.3mm, Lug to Lug: 46mm, Lug Width: 19mm, Water Resistance: 100m, Movement: Automatic Spring Drive 9R65, Power Reserve: 72 Hours, Crystal: Sapphire.

Again looking to Grand Seiko for a great value luxury watch, this entry level Spring Drive powered Grand Seiko is a better choice for an everyday watch with an interesting movement. The big brother to the popular and much less expensive SARB033, the SBGA285 gives you more in terms of high-end case treatment, beautiful dials and a useful power reserve indicator with an excellent Spring Drive movement inside. According to Grand Seiko’s Spring Drive specification, this movement uses a unique combination of quartz and mechanical technology capable of keeping time to within ±1 second per day (many with greater precision).

Bell & Ross BR05
Specifications: Case Size: 40mm, Thickness: 10.33mm, Lug to Lug: 47.5mm, Lug Width: One Piece, Water Resistance: 100m, Movement: Auto Sellita Based BR-CAL.321, Power Storage: 38 hours, Crystal: Sapphire.

Launched in 2019, the Bell & Ross BR05 is the brand’s answer to the all-in-one bracelet sports watch designs from industry giants such as the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak and Patek Philippe Nautilus. Granted, Bell & Ross was heavily influenced by the above designs, taking full advantage of B&R’s signature square case shape to give the BR05 its own look and feel. Building on the one-piece bracelet trend pioneered by the late Gerald Genta decades ago, the BR05, with its signature square case and large aeronautical digital dial, showed the market what Bell & Ross could offer the market, making it the ideal An everyday sports watch that won’t break the bank with today’s growing sports watch market and prices.

Rado Golden Horse
Specifications: Case Size: 37mm, Thickness: 10.8mm, Lug to Lug: 40.9mm, Lug Width: 19mm, Water Resistance: 50m, Movement: Auto ETA C07.111, Power Reserve: 80 Hours, Crystal: Sapphire.

The Rado Golden Horse is probably the most affordable everyday watch on this list. With a staggering 37mm width and lug-to-lug of just 40.9mm, the Golden Horse is seriously underrated by much of the watch world, considering what you get for the price. It’s a bit against the rules that I mention the limited edition watch here, but the fact is that this watch is very beautiful, often overlooked, and not so limited, the 1957 model comes in 4 different dial colors, it should be easy for you to secure one everyday wearer. Plus, the Golden Horse’s rare 80-hour power reserve lets you take the watch off after get off work on Friday and keep it running on Monday morning, a cool ability even if you plan to wear it every day.

Nomos Tangomat GMT
Specifications: Case Size: 40mm, Thickness: 10.9mm, Lug to Lug: 50mm, Lug Width: 20mm, Water Resistance: 30m, Movement: Automatic Internal DUW 5201, Power Reserve: 42 Hours, Crystal: Sapphire.

Tangomat GMT is essentially a simpler version of Nomos Zurich. It has a clean watch face and the information you need to keep time in multiple time zones. With an interesting in-house GMT movement called the DUW5201, you can instantly switch back and forth between your second time zone and home time at the push of a button at the two o’clock position. The award-winning Tangomat GMT is definitely a great choice for world travelers who appreciate the Bauhaus design language, German watchmaking craftsmanship, and a clean look that still provides plenty of information.

Zenith Elite Classic
Specifications: Case Size: 40mm, Thickness: 9.1mm, Lug to Lug: 48mm, Lug Width: 22mm, Water Resistance: 50m, Movement: Auto in-house Elite 670K, Power Reserve: 50 Hours, Crystal: Sapphire.

The Zenith Elite Classic is a dress watch, but still very attractive, thanks to its excellent in-house movement, longer than average power reserve, and classic, highly wear-resistant case size, making it a A great dress watch to wear all the time.

Tag Heuer Monaco
Specifications: Case Size: 39mm, Thickness: 15mm, Lug to Lug: 47.3mm, Lug Width: 22mm, Water Resistance: 100m, Movement: Calibre 11 Based on Auto Sellita, Power Reserve: 40 Hours, Crystal: Sapphire.

The original Monaco, made famous by the king of cool Steve McQueen, was featured in the movie Le Mans and has been the go-to for racing enthusiasts ever since. The Hyundai Monaco still features the iconic sharp square case that makes this model iconic, coupled with a movement based on the Hyundai Sellita.

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Hesalite
Specifications: Case size: 42mm, Thickness: 14mm, Lug-to-lug: 48mm, Lug width: 20mm, Water resistance: 50m, Movement: Manual winding Omega 1861, Power reserve: 48 hours , Crystal: chernosite.

The Omega Speedmaster is one of the best chronographs ever worn on the damn moon. With one of the most efficient dial layouts, hesalite crystals for a vintage vibe and comfortable size, the Speedmaster should be on the radar of any otherworldly lover of watch design.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual
Specifications: Case Size: 41mm, Thickness: 11mm, Lug to Lug: 47.6mm, Lug Width: 20mm, Water Resistance: 100m, Movement: Rolex Automatic 3230, Power Reserve: 70 Hours, Crystal :sapphire.

The newest addition to the Rolex family, this watch has been the victim of some mixed emotions on the market, mainly due to the funky colours on offer and the doubled three, six and nine o’clock indexes. Nonetheless, the new Oyster Perpetual remains a Rolex classic with a timeless feel and undisputed quality.

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak’s new generation of Jumbo 16202 comes out, the three key points that watch fans care about most

Audemars Piguet fake suddenly released a large number of new styles the day before yesterday, almost completely without notice, killing everyone by surprise may be a little bit ignorant of martial arts, but seeing the styles they brought out will definitely make you swallow the murmur that you just spit in your mouth. This year 2022 is the 50th anniversary of the Royal Oak series. In addition to the retirement of the popular model 15202, the successor model that everyone was looking forward to as early as last year was released: the new generation Royal Oak series 39mm “Jumbo” ultra-thin watch, model 16202, Equipped with the new Audemars Piguet 7121 self-winding ultra-thin movement, available in stainless steel, platinum, 18K rose gold and 18K yellow gold.

Model 16202 Four materials
Steel, Platinum, Gold & Rose Gold

AUDEMARS PIGUET ROYAL OAK 50th Anniversary 16202ST.OO.1240ST.01 Watch

The one closest to the original is the “Jumbo” stainless steel case style 16202ST, adhering to the design features of the original Royal Oak series in 1972. The stainless steel case and strap are hand satin-finished and polished and chamfered. Cloud Night Blue 50″ shade and “Petite Tapisserie” small check surface. The special blue is produced by electroplating, and the “cloud” in the hue name describes the cloudy rendering effect that occurs when the black pigment comes into contact with the protective paint.

In addition, the watch also uses the original 1972 “bathtub” (called “Baignoire” in French)-shaped hour markers and hands, which can be injected with fluorescent materials to make it easier to read. The surface also retains the original design, with a polished 18K gold three-dimensional “AP” logo at 6 o’clock, and the words “AUDEMARS PIGUET AUTOMATIC” at 12 o’clock. In the mid-1980s, the “SWISS MADE” (Swiss Made) logo, which replaced the “SWISS” (Swiss) word, remains at 6 o’clock. feel.

The two new colors are 16202BA in 18K gold and 16202OR in 18K rose gold. The former has a smoky yellow dial that brings brilliance to the 18K yellow gold model, while the latter’s novel smoky gray finish contrasts with the 18K rose gold model. On the turntable, while rotating, the outer edge is carefully painted to create a smoky effect.

Finally, the fourth, the AP House limited edition 16202PT, features a hand-finished 950 platinum case with a sun-patterned smoky green finish for an elegant contrast. The same material and color scheme will also be launched in 2021, 15202PT. Since it is one of the very few Royal Oak styles that does not use a plaid face plate, plus the striking green face, although the platinum material is expensive, there are still many powerful collectors. Interested, this time also joined the ranks of the 16202 family.

AUDEMARS PIGUET ROYAL OAK 50th Anniversary 16202PT.OO.1240PT.01 Watch

No more tears of the times
Equipped with 7121 new movement

7121 self-winding movement, diameter 29.6 mm, thickness 3.2 mm, the number of parts is 268, the minimum guaranteed dynamic reserve is 55 hours, and the vibration frequency is 28,800 times per hour.
This is the first time since 1972 that the Royal Oak “Jumbo” ultra-thin watch is equipped with a new movement. The Audemars Piguet 7121 self-winding movement with time, minutes and date display functions, accompanied by the new reference 16202 “Jumbo” watch. Looking back to 1972, the 2121 movement, which came out with the Royal Oak series, was the thinnest movement in the world at that time with a central automatic dial and a date display. The thickness was only 3.05 mm, and it was regarded as a classic model for decades.

However, after all, it is a model 50 years ago, and the current watchmaking technology is no longer the same, so with the 2121 also successfully retired, it was replaced by the 7121 movement. The thickness of the new 7121 movement is only 3.2 mm, which can be perfectly incorporated into a case with a thickness of 8.1 mm, and most importantly, a quick date adjustment device has been added. And it takes 24 grids to move forward one day), and now you can quickly adjust to the desired date by pulling out the crown.

2022 limited
50th Anniversary Exclusive Automatic Disc

The 50th anniversary automatic disc will be a feature of all Royal Oak Anniversary models launched in 2022.

The 7121 movements of the four 16202 models are all equipped with a 22K gold 50th anniversary exclusive automatic disc, which not only presents the 50th anniversary logo through hollowing skills, but also engraves the Audemars Piguet logo. The anniversary model features an automatic dial in the same colour as the case, a refined match usually reserved for complication watches. Like the case, the automatic dial is satin-finished and polished and chamfered alternately for added beauty. The 50th anniversary automatic disc will also feature on all Royal Oak Anniversary models launched in 2022.

In addition to the special anniversary-limited automatic dial, the 7121 movement seems to have more secrets. For example, the span bridge of the balance wheel and some of the gears are rose gold, and the mainspring barrel roll car is also specially equipped with rose gold bridges and three ruby ​​bearings. The stability and smoothness of the release power should also bring improvements. The material and structure of the details need more information from the brand. After all, Royal Oak’s 50th anniversary has only just begun! I believe that the future is even more exciting.

Hands On: Tudor Pelagos FXD “Marine Nationale”

No frills but very good.

Leaked online ahead of launch – David Beckham inadvertently revealed the watch on his Instagram account – the Tudor Pelagos FXD “Marine Nationale” was widely anticipated, but surprisingly, at least in the metal .

Developed in collaboration with the combat divers of the Hubert Commando, an elite unit of the Marine Corps, part of the French Naval Special Forces or National Marine Corps. Divers travel secretly underwater in pairs, and the Pelagos FXD is one of their tools for navigation on the water. FXD restores the decades-long relationship between Tudor and the French Navy since the first supply of diving watches to the navy in the 1950s.

initial thought
When I first saw the photos, I liked the idea of ​​the FXD, and seeing it in the metal reinforced my point enough to make me buy one.

In my opinion, its greatest feature, aside from its tangible qualities, is its status as the only fashion watch developed as a military timepiece – currently in service with a unit – in the mid-to-high end of modern watchmaking .

This sets FXD apart from watches made by other brands that offer civilian watches with unit badges for military units, such as brands like IWC, Breitling, and Bell & Ross.

As a military watch, the FXD is simple, but it also boasts Tudor’s attention to detail, even in the finishing of the fixed stem. It is a simple and functional watch that combines the excellent price-performance ratio typical of Tudor watches with actual military provenance.

Granted, I did initially wish that Tudor would do more to differentiate the FXD, for example in terms of high-performance materials or even special movements. Then I realized that this is also a taxpayer-funded tool for military issues, so it really has to be an affordable, no-frills tool. The sheer concept itself is attractive.

On the topic of military provenance, it should be noted that the military version of the FXD is slightly different from the civilian version you see here, but the differences are so small that they don’t matter.

The watch itself wears well. While the FXD is 42mm like most Tudor dive watches, it is noticeably thinner, which gives it an attractively flat profile. That means it looks distinctly different from the Pelagos – blue is also a darker shade – and stands out among Tudor’s diver’s watch collection.

The only downside I can think of is availability – the “21” batch seems to sell out quickly – although it will be available next year with a “22” on the back, and on for subsequent years.

carefree diver
The civilian FXD (short for “fixed”) is basically the same as the actual mil-spec watch issued to MN divers, save for a few details.

One difference is the caseback, again simpler on the released example, only engraved with “MN” and the year of issue. Another is the text on the dial above six o’clock – the watch in question has no chronometer label.

In all other respects, the FXD is identical to a military watch, which is what makes it cool. The difference between the civilian and military versions is purely aesthetic and secondary.

FXD’s blue is understated and subtle, and is model-specific. It’s darker than the blue on the Pelagos and darker than the blue on the Black Bay 58.

The case is titanium and has a diameter of 42 mm, the same as most Tudor diving watches. But at 12.75mm tall, the FXD is much thinner than the Pelagos, which is 14.2mm tall. The reduction in altitude is due in part to the removal of the date, as well as the helium escape valve (which was unnecessary since combat divers in the Navy are not saturation divers).

The case is finished in the usual Tudor fashion, so it has crisp, crisp lines with strong definition and sharp edges. Each surface is brushed, while the bezel is matte blue ceramic. It is worth noting that the knurling of the bezel is larger than that of other TUDOR diving watches, which provides better grip.

While the case is well done, the fixed strap stem stands out in illustrating Tudor’s attention to detail.

This type of retaining bar is common in older military watches, which have individual steel tubes inserted into the lug holes. They are necessary because military watches require secure strap attachments that are not easily damaged.

On the FXD, the retaining rod is integral to the case – the case is stamped and milled to form the rod. To prevent the strips from fraying the fabric strap, the outer edges of both strips have a small chamfer – a tiny but impressive detail.

Another attractive element of the FXD is its strap, as it comes with a pair. Both are exclusive to the watch and were developed specifically for it. Each has its own buckle, something other Tudor models don’t have.

The fabric strap is probably the only element in the entire watch that could be improved. I prefer to have a small stopper at the end of the strap so that it takes some force to remove from the buckle, keeping the strap in a closed loop unless it needs to be removed from the wholesale watch.

The case back is sturdy and features the Marine Nationale logo and the year of production inspired by history. The same “MN” and year of issue are printed on the back of the vintage navy diver’s watch, explaining the engraving on the FXD. Tudor is now the official supplier of French Navy combat divers, hence the logo on the back.

What’s behind is more important. The MT5602 is one of Tudor’s in-house movements and is one of the highest-spec movements at the same price. It has a free sprung balance with a silicon hairspring, and a power reserve of 70 hours.

Although hidden, the movement is finished in a clean, industrial manner, slightly more sophisticated than the usual ETA or Sellita movements in this price segment.

Tudor Pelagos FXD

Diameter: 42mm
Height: 12.75mm
Material: Titanium case with steel bottom cover
Crystal: Sapphire
Water resistance: 200 meters

Movement: MT5602
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds
Chain: Automatic Winding: Automatic
Frequency: 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz)
Power reserve: 70 hours

Strap: Fabric strap with Velcro closure and additional rubber strap

Hands-on: Greubel Forsey Balancier S2 Watch

Today, I experienced first-hand the latest in a new generation of ultra-high-end sports watches from fake Greubel Forsey. This is the Balancier S2 in a titanium case and I’ve been able to wear it on the strap and neat titanium bracelet. The purpose of this watch is, in a sense, an answer to the question: what brand can compare to Richard Mille? This has been a hot topic of debate among some members of the luxury watch industry. You see, Richard Mille was never the only million-dollar watch game in town, but it’s the story of a rare ultra-premium brand that consistently sells more watches than it produces. Everyone wants a piece of what Richard Mille wants, and companies like Greubel Forsey think they can offer something that really appeals to consumers – even if it’s a Richard Mille replacement (for now).

I sat in Dubai with Mr. Antonio Calce, the new CEO of Greubel Forsey, as he explained the new brand strategy. Greubel Forsey has already mastered its business with plans to increase production (we’re only talking about a few hundred more watches a year), but also a bigger marketing campaign considering the brand’s reputation has always been solid and cautious wave. Until recently, the Greubel Forsey I knew had never had a CEO other than its founders, Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey. From what I understand, the company is largely independent with the exception of a small stake owned by Richemont, and the appointment of Mr Calce is a big step.

Greubel Forsey makes watches that are well-constructed, built to last, and of exceptional workmanship. In my experience, they are probably the best finished watches of any company that mass-produces timepieces. The Balancier S2 (actually “Balancier S 2” – but I don’t think most people know how to type the ‘squared’ 2 superscript) is closer to the brand’s entry-level price point, and Mr Calce made it clear, looking to the future. Products like the Balancier S2 hint at where they plan to go.

In 2019, Greubel Forsey debuted this special curved case on aBlogtoWatch at Dubai Watch Week in conjunction with GMT Sport. Two years later, Greubel Forsey has decided to unveil the new Balancier S2 at Dubai Watch Week 2021, and it’s great. The case is titanium and is probably the best part of the whole package. It’s 46.5mm wide, but don’t let the size fool you – it’s really comfortable to wear. The case and bezel have an interesting curvature that echoes the shape of the sapphire crystal. This interesting mix of shapes makes the watch extremely conservative in some angles and very edgy in others. Very few case designs I’ve come across do this.

Although the Balancier is arguably the simplest movement Greubel Forsey has ever produced, it is by no means boring. Actually quite the opposite, as its appeal lies in how the various elements of motion are rendered and shaped. The whole point of a Balancier watch movement is the tilted position of the balance wheel, similar to the 24-degree tilt of many of the brand’s tourbillons. I believe the idea is that they found this incline to be the ideal position in a watch to average out where it sits (since gravity affects performance in a slight way) while wearing it naturally on the wrist every day. The way the diagonally sloping balance is presented in the dial and movement is part of the fun, and the dial looks like it’s curved downwards, hence the visual chromatic aberration of the lower layers of the watch’s dial.

The hand-wound movement itself runs at 3Hz and has a power reserve of approximately 72 hours. It has a power reserve indicator next to the exposed mainspring barrel. Near the striking balance wheel assembly is a small but efficient auxiliary seconds dial. The overall design may be what Greubel Forsey considers futuristic. It won’t quite put them in a design museum, but the overall look is satisfying and a welcome point of view for anyone who’s been a replica Greubel Forsey fan for some time.

Will it impress newcomers to the Greubel Forsey brand? That’s a good question, and likely to achieve what the brand wants, it needs to combine a product design strategy with great and clever cultural penetration through an effective marketing campaign, like Richard Mille at least started doing as it was ten years ago now. For what it’s worth, I think the premium sports watch market is big enough for more than one brand to stand out in the upper echelon. There may be room in the world for multi-million dollar sports watch brands.

A matching titanium bracelet completes this new sports case look. The bracelet does look a bit like a Richard Mille bracelet and has been polished as you would expect from a Greubel Forsey. The deploying clasp is satisfying and has a fine-tuning system. That said, the mechanism is familiar, and in the future, I would like to see more original mechanisms in Greubel Forsey branded bracelets, because I think they can design something wild. (That, or they could hire Roland Iten to help.) As a limited edition, Greubel Forsey will only make 152 Balancier S2s in total. In case you haven’t noticed, they actually come in two different grey dial colours, light grey and dark grey.


Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore 43 Pink Gold Ceramic Replica watch REF: 26420RO.OO.A002CA.01

Not every day a brand quietly puts down the watch collection without the usual social media promotion, scheduled events and endless stream of articles. Nevertheless, if 2020 teaches us anything, then we can expect unexpected things. This is not a new tactic for fake Audemars Piguet, they have released such a watch before, so we cannot say that we are surprised.

Royal Oak
Kick off, we launched a series of new green dial Royal Oaks. Considering that yesterday was St. Patrick’s Day, perhaps it was already a day late, there is still a clear appreciation for all the green things. In recent years, as blue has become popular, green has become an increasingly popular dialing option, and green has gradually come to the fore.

First of all, we have the Royal Oak “Super Large” ultra-thin version (15202PT.OO.1240PT.01) in platinum. The center of the smoky dial has changed from emerald green to black on the periphery, which is a kind of beauty. As we increasingly expect, this is “AP House Exclusive”. In recent years, AP has been removing its popular styles and series from its AD network and launching such a watch, which is in great demand for watches, because House Exclusive is not shocking. This amazing product abandons the AP dial pattern, brings a unique modern beauty to the watch, frees it from the constraints of time, and continues to exist as one of the most popular watches on the planet.

Next, we have the Royal Oak Chronograph (26331BA.OO.1220BA.02) in 18k gold with another incredible emerald green dial, this time using AP’s signature pastry pattern. Thanks to its similar color design, it competes fiercely with John Mayer Daytona, and it will undoubtedly be a very popular watch. Limited to 125 pieces, this watch may see crazy after-sales value.

Around the Royal Oak, we also offer three new variants of the Royal Oak self-winding flying tourbillon, each of which is powered by AP’s latest flying tourbillon movement. In 2950. All watches use the same emerald green dial and have a cross-stitch pattern from the center of the tourbillon. The difference lies in the metal and gem setting. One titanium variant (26534TI.OO.1220TI.01) lacks any gemstones (limited to 50 units), and the other titanium variant (26532IC.EE.1220TI.01) has 32 emeralds ( Limited to 15 units), and the last model of the flywheel tour Royal Oak series (26533OR.OO.1220OR.01) is made of 18k rose gold (limited to 10 pieces), which covers almost all collection segments. These watches won’t be available until April, so you still have some time to keep them. Although we don’t have prices yet, we think they will be expensive.

Following Royal Oaks, we have provided a new triple color for the ever-popular and durable Royal Oak Offshore Diver series. AP adopts a new internal movement and interchangeable belt system, and began to join Cartier (Cartier), Vacheron (Vacheron) and other companies that began to provide the convenience of interchangeable belts.

This diver trio comes in “Original Gray” (15720ST.OO.A009CA.01), “Navy Blue” (15720ST.OO.A027CA.01) and “Pioneering Khaki” (15720ST.OO.A052CA.01 ) Issued, these three divers have their iconic Mega Tapisserie dial style, internal unidirectional rotating bezel, 10 o’clock crown (control bezel) and rubber strap matching the dial, as well as an additional strap. Both khaki and navy blue have matching straps and black straps, while gray has its matching straps and additional blue straps-all of these additional straps are compatible with the internal rotating bezel of this model match.

Powered by new cal. These Divers 4308 movements have a 60-hour power reserve, which is AP’s incredible finishing, and a blackened 22kt gold clockwork rotor. Continuously developing its own products, it is great to see AP push its Divers to a new direction and provide some of the best technologies on the market. The price has not yet been announced, but compared to the aforementioned Royal Oak, you have a better chance to choose one of them.

AP marked the start of the 2021 novelty season with an amazing performance, and of course they have put down their gloves with these new watches. All other brands have to do now is to stand firm and show us their composition.

Hublot Big Bang Unico Yellow Magic Ceramics Watch 2021

Hublot fake has become a leading innovator that has been used in colored high-tech ceramics since 2018. In this fast-propelled field, not all colors are equal, long-term, energetic and powerful colors cannot meet watch cases. Created a vibrant and durable yellow (and red and blue) ceramics proved that Hublot’s largest material challenge in the past few years.

The brand has been cracked as part of its 2021 watches and miracle lineups, and the sun is bright to its cornerstone design. New Limited Edition Hublot Big Bang Unico Yellow Magic provides a distinctive supersaturation, with brand signature architecture as a most dramatic and compelling current product.

Naturally, the 42mm multi-piece ceramic case is the visual core of the Hublot Big Bang Unico Yellow Magic. Keep an angle, a hierarchical, overall smart bracelet form of a large explosion line, title yellow magic material increases the size of purely saturated gloss in the initial image.

Hublot claimed that this new ceramic has been developed for four years, with a wide range of internal research and development, created a true yellow pigment, which does not burn during ceramic sintering. The final result not only creates a lasting and real pure yellow pigment, but the final material is more difficult than the traditional ceramic shell material, the overall hardness is 1350 HV (opposite to 1200HV of common shell ceramics).

When a stark contrast is formed with a medium-sized matte black part, the crown, the promoter and the big explosive signature baffle screw, this yellow program provides a sports and provocative bold edge, which is already this Active design. Hublot Room Big Bang Unico Yellow Magic is at a water resistance of 100 meters.

Hublot Big Bang Unico Yellow Magic Dish Follow the same skeleton pattern as the previous large bombings, with a radical steel printing theme, which is carried out by applying a mix of Arabic numbers and indices and complete exposed date wheels. The 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock sideways form a visual anchor for the remainder of the floating skeleton assembly, which has almost complete sub-ground and cleaning folded outer ring.

Hublot maintains a color scheme between the housing and dial in the housing and dial as a viscosity, as well as the black finishing of the exposed skeleton. This leaf is like a date wheel, a gear train, and a column wheel, popping up from the background, highlighting some movement mechanical complexity and does not become overwhelming.

The internal HUB1280 automatic anti-excited time console is carried in the Hublot Big Bang Unico Yellow Magic, from the previous large bombings UNICO model. This intricate skeleton movement is rugged, 72-hour power reserves are 28,800 Britman’s defeat rate. Hublot completes watch, with matching round and black rubber with matching integrated ridge.

The rainbow in the expanded ceramic color seems to be very simple, uninive seems very simple, Hublot Big Bang Unico Yellow Magic demonstrates the tip of material design, with bright and aggressive look. Replica luxury watches price