ref.5524 Calatrava travel time watch with second time zone time and local date display function was born in 2015, with a white gold case and a blue dial. This year, a new rose gold style is introduced, with a brown dial, showing a black gradient effect. A unique watch designed to pay tribute to Patek Philippe’s traditional flying timepieces.
Patek Philippe ref. 7234R-001 Calatrava Time Traveler
Excellent readability is a must for flying timepieces. This watch features engraved rose gold cubes, white fluorescent coating and eye-catching stick-shaped fluorescent hands for enhanced readability. The orange “1” on the analog date at 6 o’clock assists the dial, which becomes another prominent feature of this watch.
Caliber 324S C FUS
The self-winding movement provides an easy-to-adjust second time zone display. Just press the two buttons on the outer edge of the left case. The clock is the local time. The clock will rotate clockwise by one hour (press the 8 o’clock position pin) or counterclockwise (press Press the pin at 10 o’clock) without affecting the accuracy of the watch. The hollowed-out hour hand indicates the original residence time. Dual time zone display with day / night display window at 9 o’clock and 3 o’clock. If the wearer is in their place of origin, they can overlap the two hour hands. The dual time zone button is also equipped with a patented safety lock to prevent accidental misadjustment of local time.
The new ref.7234R-001 Calatrava Time Traveler comes with a vintage brown calfskin strap and a rose gold parallel pin buckle. This pin buckle style is derived from the pilot’s belt buckle used to secure the carry-on survival kit. This style also has female style ref.7234R-001 to choose from.
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On September 12, 2013, Glashütte Original, a Saxon watchmaker, hosted a theme in praise of women in Düsseldorf, Germany. Dazzling night party. More than 130 guests were invited by Glashütte’s original invitation to experience the unique charm of the Pavonina women’s watch at a close range at the event.
Glashütte presents a grand banquet to showcase Pavonina ladies’ watches
Glashütte Original Managing Director Yann Gamard
That night, Rheinterrasse, a famous sight on the Rhine, was brightly lit and immersed in a spectacular purple and gold ocean. Glashütte’s original managing director, Yann Gamard, and German brand manager, Lothar Schlichting, came to the scene to receive media friends, business partners and distinguished guests from all walks of life. client.
At this exhibition, twenty new ladies’ watches were grandly unveiled, transforming Rheinterrasse into an elegant and charming oasis. In order to create a perfect ‘hustle and bustle in the twenties’ atmosphere, the brand carefully arranged the ‘Montparnasse Bagpipe Trio’ and ‘professional duo performance’ to cheer the guests present. Later, DJ Louie Prima was invited to bring a relaxed atmosphere to the dance floor with electronic swing music.
The Pavonina collection is inspired by women. They are veritable pioneers of the times: in the early 20th century, they broke free of traditional restraints and broke society’s stereotypes-in order to move around more freely and freely, they decided not to wear tight body underwear, This has also become the most powerful symbol of women’s progress. In the exhibition that night, this kind of tight underwear filled the room, hanging high, as if floating in the air. Other installations also show a feminine face like a baby, full of life interest, or sexy, or intellectual, or brave and exploring.
The male service staff and barman specially equipped for this banquet are dressed in tuxedoes and purple ties to serve the guests with carefully prepared drinks and snacks, ensuring the ultimate live experience for the ladies. The men’s lounge area specially set up for the banquet also becomes a temporary rest place for women and their companions. In addition to enjoying high-end refreshments, you can also enjoy a close selection of carefully selected men’s watches. The photos of Glashütte’s original watch factory hanging on the wall also let interested guests know the manufacturing process of these perfect timepieces....