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Friday 25 February, 2011 - 12:10 PM EST

Omega Mens Chronostop Steel Watch

A Fine Symbol of Distinction






Fine and unusual, the Omega Chronostop Steel Watch features a tunneau shaped case. It is also water resistant, stainless steel driver's wristwatch with single button chronograph. Two-body, solid, polished and brushed the Omega Chronostop has half hooded lugs and push-button at 2 o'clock to start or stop (continued press to read time) and return-to-zero function, winding crown at 4 o'clock. It is matte grey with second divisions. Luminous black and white “baton” hands, orange hand for the chronograph.

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Thursday 24 February, 2011 - 14:10 PM EST

Omega: The Dynamic

An Avant Garde design






The Dynamic is the most well known example of the “Avant Garde” design launched in 1967. The Dynamic was launched in 1968, it represented the archetype of the late 60’s and early 70’s design. The shape was designed especially for the human wrist and it was to become such a success that it turned into a unique line. Even though the Dynamic wristwatch was at the beginning part of the “Geneve” line collection, it was such a success that it marked the end of this line of watches in the early 70’s so as to be incorporated to the “De Ville” watch line. The “De Ville” collection, including Dynamic wristwatch, became the focal point of their design department.

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Wednesday 23 February, 2011 - 10:50 AM EST

Breitling Headwind

A cut above... and a character all its own



Breitling Headwind Caliber breitling 45
Caliber: Breitling 45 // Vibrations per hour: 28.800 // Jewels: 25


The imposing size of the Headwind by Breitling does not go unnoticed. But its stature is not the only thing that sets it apart: its aesthetic refinement adds just as much to its strength of character. Behind its elegant, sporting exterior lies a high-performance product endowed with the finest Breitling technology. Its mechanical selfwinding movement, Breitling Caliber 45, is equipped with a calendar showing both the date and the day. It is officially tested and certified by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute... as indeed are all Breitling movements. One also notes the luxurious finish on the dial, achieved by a sophisticated process known as "par epargne" on a silver or pure gold base, which is virtually exclusive to Breitling and lends an incomparable contrast. The steel or yellow gold case can withstand high pressures of up to 50 atmospheres, equivalent to a depth of 500 meters (1,650 ft). In the solid gold version, a titanium canister known as a "cassolette" is incorporated into the case in order to compensate gold's lesser resistance to pressure. Its screw-locked crown and screwed in caseback complete the Headwind's sturdy construction features. Read-off is facilitated by the generous size of the dial, hour-markers and hands.



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Other related links:

Breitling Navitimer's History

Breitling Navitimer's Watch

Breitling Navitimer 1952 Special Edition

Breitling Navitimer 1952 Quantieme Perpetuel

Breitling Navitimer Heritage, Caliber Breitling 35

Breitling Navitimer Fighter

Breitling Navitimer Olympus

Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute

Breitling Navitimer Montbrillant

Breitling Navitimer Montbrillant Datora

Breitling Navitimer Montbrillant 1903

Breitling Windrider Chronomat Evolution

Breitling Cockpit Lady

Breitling Wings automatic

Breitling Crosswind

Breitling Crosswind Racing

Breitling Crosswind Special

Breitling Crosswind Special Limited


Possible related Links and Source:

[ Breitling's Official Website ]

[ Breitling for Betley's Official Website ]

[ The Breitling Watch Blog ]



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Tuesday 22 February, 2011 - 11:30 AM EST

Omega Constellation

The Star of the Collection




The Constellation is already 48 years in Omega’s collection. It’s a fine and elegant waterproof timepiece, one of the most accurate watches ever produced. Omega is not complete without this watch line in which most of its movements were all manufactured in-house. Constellation is the "star" of the collection worn by well known celebrities as Cindy Crawford, Martina Hingis, Daniel Craig and Ernie Els. A highly identifiable watch: four claws, Roman numerals engraved on the bezel, and extremely accurate - with a long tradition of chronometer records! The Omega Constellation wristwatch is always up-to-date, it’s a timeless classic timepiece with a unique appeal that makes it one of the bestselling watches in the world.

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Monday 21 February, 2011 - 12:00 PM EST

Omega Flightmaster





The Omega Flightmaster has been designed for specific demands of aircraft pilots, but also for travellers requiring a complete instrument.

A chronograph with manual winding and internal rotating bezel with 60-minute scale and GMT function, made possible by an autonomous hand adjustable using an extra crown. Three references in steel are known for this model (Ref. 145.013; Ref. 145.026 and 145.036) and one in gold. These vary in terms of case size and movement.

Every model has two buttons to operate the chronograph and three crowns: at 3 o’clock to adjust the time, at 10 o’clock to adjust the GMT and at 8.30 to operate the internal bezel. In order to indicate the dials they operate, both are enamelled yellow and red (the chronographic dials may by red or yellow), while the crown adjusting the hands of the blue GMT and internal scale are black.
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