23 Feb 19
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Le savon Elle eleve le marbre avec la force de ses bras et fait deparaitre la table reflechi en poussant le sol de ses jambes. La fille du reflet relaxe ses deux mains. Elle pende comme un jambon en face au boucher. Miantenant les poupees brisent leur ailes dans la robe noire et l’eleve un […]

22 Feb 19
Best Replica Tag Heuer Watches For Sale

This blends the indigo blue into the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore model (model: 26470ST.OO.A030CA.01), a 42 mm diameter steel case, and the first use of blue ceramics in the watch. With a new indigo dial and rubber strap, it is sporty and casual. The screw-in crown and timing button made of blue ceramic have […]

22 Feb 19
DanielBryte's Blog

Richest coach in the World 2019 Coaching can easily turn you into a celebrity, which often happens in football. Also, being a coach of one of the best football teams can make you very rich. Who is the richest coach in the world in 2019 and how much is his net worth? Even the most […]

22 Feb 19
Robb Report UK
Girard-Perregaux’s 135-year-old Three Bridges movement has moved into a new house. Over the weekend, at Watches & Wonders Miami, newly minted CEO of six months Patrick Pruniaux unveiled a new Neo-Tourbillon Three-Bridges timepiece in a full sapphire crystal case. The new timepiece, dubbed the “Quasar,” is modeled after last year’s Neo-Tourbillon Three Bridges timepiece, which updated the brand’s recognisable movement in a skeletonised version with its Three Bridges and case in titanium. The bridges had been enlarged and curved—taking inspiration from modern cable-stay bridges. The result was a graphic update to the Three Bridges that looked very modern without resorting to a sporty look. The Quasar’s new sapphire crystal case serves to highlight the enlarged titanium bridges and tourbillon. Through its crystal the Caliber GP9400-1035 comes to life from every angle. Sapphire crystal is very difficult to produce and, therefore, comes with a price tag to match—in this case, around £149,000 for the 45mm watch. The material was first introduced to watchmaking in the ’90s and is lauded not only for its design qualities, but also for the fact that it’s incredible durable and virtually scratch-proof—its the second hardest material after diamond. The sapphire crystal is created by merging the particles of oxygen and dihydrogen at nearly 3,000 degrees Kelvin (or 4,940 degrees Farenheit). A sapphire crystal disc is creating that is then cut, machined, drilled, domed and polished using tools made from diamond (another cost factor), that requires over 200 hours of work. It’s a process that’s recently become increasingly popular with watchmakers like Bell & Ross, Hublot, Armin Strom, MB&F, Bovet and Grebuel Forsey all working with the material to highlight their technical watchmaking. In this case, the Three Bridges in sandblasted titanium, coated in a black PVD treatment, are the stars of the show. The name of the watch also plays on Girard-Perregaux’s ongoing celestial marketing theme this year—the heavens and space serve up perennial inspiration for watchmakers. “The Quasar is the strongest source of light in the universe after the sun, and because we want to have all of the light in a case, we’ve called it the Quasar,” says Pruniaux at Watches & Wonders. The big unveiling was a homecoming of sorts for the Swiss executive, who lived in Miami for four years working for LVMH’s Wines & Spirits business for Latin America, where he ultimately became the regional sales director. He was clearly happy to be back in the warmer climate of South Florida, stressing that they would be back for Watches & Wonders 2020. He used the moment for two big launches—the Girard-Perregaux Quasar and later that afternoon, the unveiling of the Ulysse Nardin Mega Yacht, where Pruniaux also holds a CEO role. The Quasar is the most striking release from Girard-Perregaux this year, and while it’s not a limited timepiece, you can be sure it will be hard to get. The 45 by 15.25 mm watch comes with two straps—a hand-sew black alligator leather or a space-age looking silver version that looks like shiny foil. Pruniaux described them appropriately as the “Swiss” strap versus the “Miami” strap. Whatever you fancy, this is a standout timepiece whose photos hardly do it the justice it deserves when seen in person.
22 Feb 19

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor are two of the showiest and most polarizing fighters in the world. They say whatever they want, and talk trash as if it’s as important as the actual fight. They are also two of the most successful fighters in their respective sports, boxing, and MMA. And the highest paid. […]

22 Feb 19

On 19 February in central London, Hublot, Official Timekeeper of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, celebrated the 100- day countdown to cricket’s greatest competition. Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of the Swiss luxury watchmaker, launched a three-metre-high clock at Lord’s – the iconic ‘Home of Cricket’- as the countdown to the event. He was joined by […]

21 Feb 19

The internet is a very big place. Sure, it makes the world smaller, but the internet itself is gigantic. There is no way for anyone to be able to navigate it and see all of the content that is produced on a daily basis. Heck, we can’t cover every story on the internet that we […]

21 Feb 19
Fratello Watches

It was during Baselworld 2018 that Robert-Jan and myself met with Jacob Hatzidimitriou. Jacob had contacted us and would like to show us his Ianos Avyssos diver’s watch that he intended to introduce. Something which is asked us more often and, because the majority of these intentions have to be addressed as ‘well-meant but not pertinent […]

20 Feb 19
Ce qu'il reste des brumes

Sur l’île des Sœurs, le printemps chargeait l’air de fines pulsations. Des élévations roses montaient depuis les rues. Les plages ouvraient leurs paupières de galets, éveillées par des vaguelettes très froides. Des poches d’algues fermentaient au pied de la digue qui autrefois avait retenu une baleine dont les fanons, pourris au soleil, ressemblaient à des […]