Aside from their Internet presence, watch for Linde Werdelin watches to appear in select watch retailers and boutiques soon. See the video below for some nice watches, and views of Basel.
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Though I often question Kimora's fashion choices, her promotion of the Hello Kitty brand indicates that she's on to so much more. Like it or not, she's going to be around for a long time.
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What I really love about the Daniel Roth Endurer Chronosprint watch is the design. Even without knowing what the design is based on the watch looks good. Then, when you are able to understand what Daniel Roth was emulating, you get a new found appreciate for it. The design influence comes from an implement of the ancient Japanese martial art called Kendo, which is sometimes referred to as “Japanese fencing.” With an active Kendo community all over the work today, the fighters can be recognized by their traditional projective garb and wooden sword. The ‘Kendoka’ mask has a bit of a fearsome though recognizable look to it with use of protective thick horizontal metal bars on the case, and an enclosed head with protective neck and shoulder pads.
Here are some more variations on the new Linde Werdelin 3-Timer watch that will finally be available soon. As you can see, the handsome looks represent themselves well in various color tones. I previously discussed the Linde Werdelin 3-Timer here in gold. Here, the steel models show a dynamic range. From black to silver, and brown to green. The colors each do the versatile case and dial texturing justice. You can also see how the various strap styles meld well with the 3-Timer watch. In these images alone we have perforated leather, green leather, and brown alligator. There is also a ostrich and textile strap available. A lot of that though has to do with the ingenuity behind the Linde Werdelin standard issue watch case that each of its watches are matched with. This is due to necessary compatibility with the Linde Werdelin Land and Sea instrument devices that are meant to connect to the cases.
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This article is the second part of my A. Lange & Sohne Germany trip discussion. It has taken me longer to get to writing this than I would have preferred, but it has given me time to lets these facts ruminate. In the part I article covering my trip I left off talking about the history of the brand and describing the watch making region. We are ready to go into the heart of the manufacture, taking (some of) the mystery out of the end result, and impressing upon you what really goes into making the finest of German watches.
I am fortunate to present you with this special watch review from aBlogtoRead.com guest Mr. Paul Hubbard, a distinguished fellow watch lover and reviewer online. You'll find more of his work at WatchReport.com, and you'll find that these days Mr. Hubbard practically runs the site. This quality review is of a quite controversial watch. Why? Because it is not only a Chinese watch with a Chinese movement (actually the base movement might be Japanese), but it is labeled as such. For a number of reasons some people refuse to accept Chinese watches as being legit brands, part of this has to do with the fact that China is the major source of replica watches. However, you'll find that China makes a lot of the parts that go into high-end European watches, but they don't exactly advertise that fact. Sea-Gull is of the few Chinese watch brands that do a decent job marketing themselves, and offer an arguably good value. Chinese watches are not nearly at the point of quite being competitor watches to Japanese or European watches, but instead offer a different appeal. Here you can get a true-to-life classic looking watch that you don't have to worry about beating up. Take the 40mm wide stainless steel M177 watch for what it is - an interesting interpretation of classic watches from a wholly Chinese watch manufacturer. The price is quite low, easily a mere fraction of comparably styled European watches - but you do get what you pay for. If you explore Sea-Gull's site a bit, you can see that they have gold watches and those with traditionally upscale complications such minute repeaters and tourbillons. These go for many thousands - all from a Chinese maker. I have no idea how those do, but this under 0 timepiece is probably a safer investment. Please see Mr. Hubbard's interesting straight forward review below of his Sea-Gull M177 mechanical automatic watch.
While many companies won't like me saying this, a less than announced fact is that many watch makers these days have some or most of their parts made in China (movements often included). Even many high-end watch makers likely have something in the construction of the watch that is of Chinese origin. One exception are the rare (and expensive) watches with the Seal of Geneva, meaning they are the most Swiss made, "Swiss Made" watches around.
The hardened mineral crystal on the case is impressively domed (just a bit), which is a nice touch. It just wouldn't have felt right being flat. There is no AR coating on the mineral crystal, but this is usually reserved for more expensive sapphire crystals that would have increased the price of this watch by at least 50%. On to the bracelet which is a great part of the watch. I was excited to have my first mesh steel strap ever, and it is really cool. The construction uses a thin weave of metal that results in more than enough flexibility. It is also really thin at just over a millimeter. The fit is very comfortable on your wrist, and attractive. It does not go with every piece of clothing I have, but overall a good and modern look (even though mesh bracelets have been around at least 60 years). For us men, the mesh bracelet sometimes catches arm hair. Not a big deal, but something you should know about if you are particularly sensitive to this.
The project aims to have 1000 Green Watches in Paris that will constantly be measuring the environment. The Green Watch contains a few pieces of technology including a GPS chip, Bluetooth chip, and the ozone (o3) and noise (dB) sesnors. In addition to telling the time (see the little hands on the watch), the dial has color coded sensors that change depending on the environment. Thus, the wearer knows whether the air quality is good or bad, and (if they are deaf) if it is a loud area. To have the watch itself send data over mobile digital networks would be too burdensome on the battery. Instead, the device connect via Bluetooth to a nearby mobile phone which relays the data in real time. In the event there is no mobile phone, the wearer can have the Green Watch auto synchronize with the City Pulse network by connecting it to their computer in a manner similar to an iPod.
See the video on this Perrelet Turbine watch here.
As such, you can categorize Skagen as a mainstream watch brand. It is the more fashionable metaphoric cousin of Timex (no relation to Timex). This review comes from a very non mainstream watch lover. As a bit of an expert on the topic, I am going to discuss this watch in comparison to the universe of watches that I know, categorizing my Skagen for what it is; namely, an excellent value, nicely built watch, and more importantly, the most honest example of a wearable fashion statement that I know of.
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Aligning product designs with spokespeople, and accurately representing their personalities and professions, is not often achieved when celebs and athletes ink deals with fashion, jewelry, or watches. It's too often superficial and impersonal.
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Molly is a veteran of the watch industry - an experience that gives her a special insight and perspective on how to view and discuss the nicer things in life (that you can buy). Starting with bridal wear and the jewelry, she ended up working with luxury watches, until recently - but the passion and interest remains. It doesn't hurt that she is quite opinionated and energetic as well. You can be sure that she'll be honest with her thoughts but come at concepts with a tasteful and discerning eye. While Molly is going to be focusing women's watches, she will also be writing some very interesting articles on watch industry trends as well as advertising, and men's watches from a female standpoint. She will at least for myself, be answering that questions I frequently have; "well I like this watch, but would a woman find it flattering?"