Richard Mille is a very special watch brand. From the first watch released in 2001 to the present, its extremely innovative watchmaking technology and high-end watch materials have made Richard Mille famous. The brand is distinguished by the imaginative inspiration of the founder, Richard Mille (RM). He is not a watchmaker, and because of this, he has enough tolerance to work with different top players in the industry. RM continues to bring surprises to the market and fans. Combining modern high-tech materials with the latest watchmaking technology, it has created many unprecedented watch functions. In races, tourbillon watches can be operated accurately, and watches can measure the pressure on racers during acceleration and braking. The watch introduced today is one of the classics: Richard Mille Tourbillon Dual Time Zone Asian Edition. (Model: RM 022 NTPT RG)
High-end materials make legendary watches
Watch overall display
At the ‘Watches and Miracles’ Asia Advanced Watch & Clock Fair 2015, Richard Mille exhibited the Asian version of the new RM 022 ‘Heavy Aircraft’ dual time zone tourbillon watch, manufactured with NTPT (thin layer composite technology) carbon fiber.
The watch inherits the space and supersonic elements that have inspired the brand since 2001. It is Richard Mille’s first watch that combines a dual time zone and a titanium alloy orthocrystalline titanium aluminum carbon nanofiber hybrid material.
Exclusive case material
Watch case display
The watch case is made of NTPT carbon fiber with a 5N red gold main case. This new carbon fiber is the exclusive material of Richard Mille. It consists of more than 600 layers of fiber, each layer is only 30 microns thick. After being woven into a thin layer of carbon fiber, it is then compressed and heated to give it strength and toughness beyond imagination. Featured materials combined with a tourbillon movement with extraordinary timing performance, the Asian version of the RM 022 ‘heavy flying machine’ tourbillon dual time zone watch has become the perfect crystallization of new design and cutting-edge technology, witnessing the top level and tradition in the 21st century altarpiece A subtle blend of ideas.
Avant-garde design style
Watch dial display
The watch’s dual time zone display is manufactured with extremely complex technology, but it is simple to use and easy to operate: digital hour markers are engraved on the transparent sapphire crystal glass plate in the center of the watch. Appears at 3 o’clock. This dual time zone design is easy to operate. You can adjust the time zone by pressing the delicate button at 9 o’clock. Each time you press it, the dial will rotate for one more hour.
Watch crown display
The crown of the watch is made of titanium alloy, and its aggressive appearance is a highlight of the watch. The non-slip texture design style guarantees non-slippery hands for watch operation. The crown as a whole is like the front wheel of an airplane, it is avant-garde and creative.
Watch movement display
The RM 022 uses a manually wound tourbillon movement with time, minute and dual time zone functions. The power reserve indicator (70 hours) is set between 11:00 and 12:00 on the dial, and the torque indicator can show the internal tension of the mainspring. There is also a function selector to select the operation mode of the watch, including normal conditions, winding and time adjustment modes.
The rubber strap is sporty and comfortable to wear, ensuring that the wristwatch does not fall off accidentally. The classic and stylish appearance has created a versatile dress style, which can be matched with avant-garde style without casual casual or formal.
Watch overall display
Summary: The stylish and domineering shape is combined with complex and diverse practical functions to create this ‘heavy aircraft’. The brand’s characteristic case material and the integration of innovative craftsmanship add color to this watch. The well-designed Asian version of the RM 022 watch is limited to 8 pieces worldwide and is available at Richard Mille stores in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macau, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore....
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Set speed, precision and courage, Breitling’s legendary flying team, the top independent watchmaking brand in Switzerland-Breitling JetTeam is currently the world’s largest civilian professional jet Aircraft aerobatic team. Seven Czech-made L-39C Albatros two-seater jet military trainers, seven elite pilots, mostly from the French Air Force and the French Patrol (Patrorouillede France Air Show), made up this A unique flying team. As a trusted partner of the world aviation industry, Breitling wholeheartedly supports the flight team for more than ten years, showing the wonderfulness of flight to the public through wonderful aerobatic flight performances, and conveying the brand’s century-old aviation heritage.
Every year, the Breitling Jet Team performs about 50 flight shows in the world. It can be seen in some well-known air shows, Formula One Grand Prix, sports events and so on. Every appearance of the Breitling Jets is a thrilling visual feast. With a flying speed of up to 750 kilometers per hour and a flight distance of less than 3 meters, the seven planes in a neat formation and with precision can dance in the blue sky elegantly; the pilots simultaneously flip and fly in the air, rotate in circles, and challenge gravity. The carefully arranged ballet is as accurate as the Breitling precision timing meter, which will astound the audience.
Breitling Jet Team Escorts A380
In June 2011, at the 49th Paris International Aerospace Exhibition, the Breitling Jet Team escorted the ‘Air Giant’-Airbus A380 over the Toulouse, France. Six L-39C albatross jets are constantly changing the formation to accompany the A380 to dance the blue sky at a speed of 500 kilometers per hour. The dazzling bright yellow silver grey Breitling jet, the snow-white A380, and the vast sky combine to form a spectacular visually stunning picture. The entire escort flight lasted about 50 minutes.
The Breitling Jets fly with the ‘French Patrol’ formation
In August 2011, at the celebration of the 67th anniversary of World War II in the famous French city of Saint-Tropez, the Breitling Jets teamed up with the famous French Air Force aerobatic flight demonstration team ‘Patrouillede France’. Over the city of Saint-Tropez, known as the ‘Sun City’, to pay tribute to this city of luxury and glory, and create another cloud sensation.
Spirit Jets East Coast Tour of the Mediterranean
In November 2011, the Breitling jet team successfully completed its journey to the east coast of the Mediterranean. Seven jet fighters flew over five east coast countries for the first time in 18 days, flying a total of more than 225 sorties. Whether performing on the coastline, flying over the cities of Beirut, Lebanon and Amman, Lebanon, or performing with the Royal Jordanian Falcons (Royal Jordanian Falcons) on the same stage, a passionate and shocking aerobatic flight show for the first time Breitling’s infinite love for aviation was shown to the audience on the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea and the Middle East.
The Breitling Jets fly with the ‘Flying Man’ Ivrossi formation
On November 25, 2011, over the Swiss Alps, the Breitling Jet Team flew for the first time in formation with Yves ‘Jetman’ Rossy, who was fully supported by Breitling. Yves Rossi completed a passionate aerobatic flight with only two L-39C albatross jets of the Breitling Jet Team with only homemade jet wings equipped with four jet engines. The whole process is breathtaking and exciting, it is an absolute challenge to the limits of flight, and adds a glorious legend to the history of human flight.
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From November 12th to 18th, 2012, the Breitling Jet Team made its debut in China, flying high at the 9th China Air Show in Zhuhai, Guangdong. The 7 L-39C jets fully explain precision, speed and courage: magnificent formation flying, eye-catching dual-machine cross flight, high-tech close-range flying, wonderful spiral flip, specially designed for Dragon The Chinese-designed flying action ‘Yu Long Xi Zhu’ and finally the beautiful ‘Ultimate Bloom’ presented a perfect visual feast for Chinese friends. The ‘Breitling DragonTour’ tour departs from Dijon, France, passes through Eastern Europe, passes through Russia’s Siberia and Mongolia, and then enters China. It finally reaches Zhuhai with a mileage of 13,000 kilometers, the longest voyage in fleet history. The most challenging journey.
Breitling Jets fly over the Jiayuguan Cantilever Great Wall
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Omega Glory has witnessed this moment, and now I will share with you the final photographs of Han Tianyu’s winning moment.
Omega Finish Photo Photography-Sochi Winter Olympics Short Track Speed Skating Junior Han Tianyu Wins China’s First Medal
Inter-frequency radar transceiver
The extremely lightweight and reliable inter-frequency radar transceiver will be tied to the legs of the contestants, so that Omega can accurately measure, record and announce the mid-scores and final rankings of the contestants and teams during the competition. Once the skater crosses the finish line when the skates are above the infrared beam of the optoelectronic eye, the referee will determine the finish time and final ranking based on the record of the transponder.
Scan ‘O’ Vision Light Sensor Camera
The speed skating competition is based on the photographic beam of the skates crossing the finish line to determine the finish time. In the event of any dispute, judgement is based on the record of the Omega light-sensing camera at the end. The device can take 2000 frames of pictures per second at the end point, and the timekeeper relies on it to determine the order and time of the players to finish the game. The moment the skater crossed the finish line, the timing time displayed on the scoreboard and the TV screen would immediately stop, but in the end it was the time measured by the light-sensing camera as the official match result.
Omega and the Olympics
At the Los Angeles Olympics in 1932, Omega became the first company in history to be entrusted with the Olympic Games designated timing task, responsible for the timing of all events. The inextricable connection with the Olympics has prompted Omega to continue to innovate for more than 80 years, and has developed many pioneering sports timing technologies. Now at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Omega won the 26th Olympic Games designated time.
Earl Limelight Mysterious Watch:
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Oris Introduces A Limited Edition Watch Of The Same Name, Paying Tribute To Dexter Gordon, A Jazz Master And Tenor Saxophonist
Oris has a deep connection with jazz, and the historical jazz commemorative watches born of the times have become the favorite collection of watch friends. This year, Oris once again composes a time movement, creating a limited edition commemorative watch of the same name for Dexter Gordon, one of the greatest jazz performers of the twentieth century.
Oris presents limited edition watch of the same name in tribute to Dexter Gordon
Dexter Gordon was born in Los Angeles in 1923. His father was one of the first African-American doctors in the United States. Old Gordon has been the attending physician of the famous jazz musicians Duke Ellington and Lionel Hampton, and he is also a loyal jazz fan. Dexter has been fascinated by jazz since he was a child. He first studied the clarinet. He turned to saxophone at the age of 15 and became a tenor saxophone at the age of 17, starting the legendary jazz career.
Dexter is a tenor saxophone watch
Dexter Gordon, along with masters such as Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, are recognized as the representative figures of the mid-20th century modern jazz-‘beaup.’ Dexter’s interpretation experience is rich and colorful. He is a very personal lead player and an excellent accompaniment. He is on par with jazz masters such as Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole and Herbie Hancock. He is also a natural actor and was nominated for the 1986 Academy Award for Best Actor for the movie ‘Midnight Round Midnight’. Dexter died in the United States in 1990 at the age of 67.
The back cover of the watch is engraved with Dexter’s nickname ‘Long Tall Dex’
Oris Dexter Gordon Limited Edition is the 17th commemorative jazz watch from the brand. Similar to previous jazz watches, it is a masterpiece with classic design and rich style. The graceful shell shape, the glamorous gray dial, and the exquisite retro dark brown leather belt are so quiet and harmonious. Like Dexter Gordon’s music, it is warm and intimate and intoxicating.
Streamlined 40mm stainless steel case with grey dial and dark brown belt
The details of the watch reveal Oris’ respect for the master. The 12-point scale on the dial is cleverly designed into a saxophone whistle, and the 12 letters of ‘DEXTER GORDON’ are printed on each scale. The brass-colored seconds hand is extremely slender and extends backwards. It not only shows the beautiful color of the saxophone, but also implies the nickname “Long Tall Dex” of the giant who is nearly two meters tall. Covered.
Watch comes with a special wooden case
The Oris Dexter Gordon limited edition watch will be released worldwide in 1,000 pieces and will be available in January 2017. Real watches for real people.
Oris Dexter Gordon Limited Edition
Product number: 733 7721 4083, table diameter: 40.00mm
Limited to 1,000 pieces worldwide
• Oris733 self-winding mechanical movement, 6 o’clock calendar display
• Stainless steel case and crown, double-sided arched sapphire mirror, anti-reflective coating on the inside
• Screw-in stainless steel back cover with brass ‘Long Tall Dex’ logo and limited number
• Radial brushed grey dial, polished metal indexes and hour and minute hands, gold-plated extended second hand
• Dark brown leather strap with stainless steel folding clasp
• Wooden watch case with bronze emblem engraved with the ‘Long Tall Dex’ logo
• Suggested retail price, about RMB 12,600