Feature of the Day - Binoculars Broadway Glasses, Harry Winston
The most elegant piece that the Harry Winston watchmaker presented in Basel is made in an Art Deco aesthetic. The binoculars are made of white gold, titanium, onyx and diamonds with a built-in quartz movement that shows the time. The case of "baguette" diamonds, framed by onyx, has the shape of the emerald cut, so beloved by Harry Winston. At the same time, the theater accessory itself measuring 114x54.5 mm with a removable jewelry handle has excellent optical properties. And weighing almost one kilogram.
© press service Harry Winston
News of the day: Breitling and Tudor exchange calibers
“It may seem strange, but in fact this collaboration makes sense,” says Vice President of Breitling Jean-Paul Girardin. “We have a serial chronograph caliber, but we would also like to have a highly efficient in-house three-hand movement. Of course, we could develop it ourselves. But since Breitling produces several times less watches with three hands than chronographs, we decided that it would be more correct to get a ready-made reliable caliber from the outside. So the Superocean, which turns 60 this year, has the B20, a Brightling version of the Tudor MT 5613, with its own balance spring regulator.
© Breitling Press Service
Interestingly, the Tudor company was also interested in mutually beneficial cooperation: they lacked a good mechanical chronograph. As a result, the Black Bay Chronograph models now use a slightly modified Breitling B-01 caliber: Tudor put their rotor in it and changed the 30-minute counter to a 45-minute counter.
© press service Tudor
Trend: new shades of brown
Chocolate, tobacco leaf, burnt caramel or noble bronze tint. These shades of brown on the dial pair well with the matching vintage straps.
1 | Superocean Héritage II Chronographe 46, Breitling
2 | Carrera Heuer-01 43 mm, TAG Heuer
3 | Heritage 146, Zenith
4 | Octo Roma, Bulgari