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From the first few years of the watch, my admiration for IWC was my generosity. How can best IWC continue to provide reliable complications for a small part of the price from well-known luxury watch brands? I soon discovered that IWC had a small group of watchmakers and engineers who dealt with long-term complications in new ways. Before it became a marketing mogul related to film and sports, IWC was a connoisseur value-oriented brand. He made an eternal calendar, a fractional second of a timer, and even a big complication – he built all these complications on the backbone of the humble Valjoux 7750.
At the time cheap Rolex watches was led by the legendary Günter Blümlein, who in turn took inspiration from the list of watchmakers and believed that lovers correctly thought she was a legend. From then on, just scan the names of IWC patents – Renault, Pappi, Claus, and of course Habrin. For me, from an external perspective, the spirit of achieving cost-effectiveness and simplified progress in traditional watchmaking seems to be ingrained within the company. To this end, we can thank Blümlein and Kurt Klaus who developed the eternal IWC calendar. We can also thank best IWC graduate Richard Habring, whose wife Maria is now operating his watch company in Austria. Today, we may look at the most important watch input by Richard Habring to date: the Ipel Doppelchronograph.


The second chronograph is a chronograph, which itself is a complex mechanism. However, while a normal chronograph can extend one event, a chronograph can provide time for multiple events – or some of them (for example, laps) at a time. In the era of iPhone and digital chronographs, this was a fairly simple and simple task. But before the technological advancement of this electronic product was brought about, this was not the case.
Differently known as the double chronograph, double chasing needle and doppelchronograf, the mechanism was first introduced in 1931 by Thaddeus-Joseph-Winnerla, who in 1838 developed a sex mechanism with the heart of the camera. It was not until 1923 that Patek Philippe made a wrist watch. So far, Patek Philippe continues to create the world’s smallest seizure chronograph in the form of reference materials. 5959.


Chronographs, which are divided into stopwatches, work on traditional chronographs, usually chronographs with cylindrical wheels. Looking in the shield, there is an additional timer second hand that can independently stop the second second chronograph second hand, which can then be “captured” to the second main precision second, usually through a dedicated auxiliary pusher. All of this is possible thanks to the sophisticated mechanism, which consists of an additional wheel located directly above the circle in the center of the chronograph. This is an extra wheel – a minute-by-second circle – sitting between two pliers. The rough surface of the outer side of the minute seconds wheel and the inner side of the pliers realizes a fast and reliable interaction between the surfaces through friction. (Imagine you used a band to double the quarter dollar).


When the timer is turned on, the two wheels are connected to each other and rotate in the same direction as the front. When the chronograph stops, they stop together, and when the chronograph is reset, both wheels are also reset. When the second divisor is activated, both wheels move independently, and when the main timer continues to rotate, the jaws will grab the disengagement wheel and stop. The mechanism consisting of the heart and the roller cam can be used as a “memory” divided into circles of a few seconds to immediately catch up with the central circle of the chronograph at the push of a button.
Like many other IWC complications, copy IWC Doppel’s genius is also used as an easy-to-access – some people may say pedestrian traffic – is the basis for one of the most demanding mechanisms of watchmaking. The design of the Valjoux 7750 was easy to process and assemble from the beginning, with more or less interchangeable parts. Habrin’s invention adopted this philosophy and extended it to traceability. Continuous best IWC is the first cam system to use a chronograph and a rattrapante. And since Habring’s modules use this kind of bullet-proof work, it is also the most durable and shock-proof penny you can buy. We will do our best to solve this problem, but it is enough to show that after the first 25 years, the Calibre 79230 of IWC has proven to be extremely resistant.

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The one who didn’t think of the most was replica Rolex Milgauss Blue Ref. 116400GV watches news at the Basel Watch Show 2014… We already know that if there is no green crystal (see 116400) the black dial version should be FASAS. What the world didn’t think of was the arrival of the new Milgauss, especially with a blue dial. No one except us! In our annual Rolex rumor article, we show you a blue disc with anti-magnetic  cheap Rolex watches – but we must admit that its color is not so beautiful. Once on our wrists, we have to say “Z Blue” (its nickname) is a very interesting news. We will introduce you to the Rolex Milgauss Blue Dial Ref. 116400GV.
Milgausene – This means 1000 Gauss’s French – 1956 launched for those who power plants, medical facilities and research laboratories (such as CERN near Geneva), where strong electromagnetic fields will affect the clock’s timing work on anti-magnetic watches. Some of the moving parts of the clock, as the balance is the electromagnetic field, thus affecting the amplitude of its operation, thereby changing the sensitivity of the moving frequency. Some of you have problems with your own watch (for example due to computer or cellular magnetism). But when it works under these conditions of the day, a diamagnetic clock is obviously necessary. A simple solution is to remember the movement in the Faraday cage, a protective cabinet made of a conductive material (usually soft iron).
The first version of Milgauss was introduced in 1956 as a Ref. 6451, very close to the design and specifications of the cheap Rolex watches Submariner Ref in 1953. 6204 super large oyster case, with 12 red triangles, it rivets metal bracelet and non-proprietary double-lock crown black square rotation, found in both MILGAUSS and son. However, in addition to faradayburet and diamagnetic capacity, is the main difference in the 3-6-9 honeycomb texture black dial, alpha-hand (instead of “Mercedes hand”), specific triangle index and a unique “lightning” “Hand seconds, just to remind you of the purpose of the clock. reference. The 6451 has the classic fake Rolex  watches movement 1080, because the anti-magnetic performance comes from the case and the disc (also using soft iron), not from the movement.


The main development was the introduction of Ref. 1019 in 1960, which showed a more classic design, the case of which is close to the oyster date. The 1019 Black Rotating Cube provides convenience for polished and sturdy steel frames, while the “Lightning” hand is a classic straight square. The disc is available in black or light grey with full-length letter marks and straighter hands. The clock maintains a 1000 Gauss resistance and always uses a Faraday cage. The model was removed from the Rolex catalog in 1988.
2007 is the rebirth of the diamagnetic series of cheap Rolex watches and Ref. 116400. Although MILGAUSS is not as good as snorkeling or Daytona, the old models are popular at auctionable prices, and the clock is still very attractive to collectors. Moreover, today, work that requires work under magnetic conditions is becoming more common, especially in the IT field. This may be why replica Rolex  watches MILGAUSS re-forms with the specification, we now know: 40mm case, black dial / green crystal version, a white dial version, now the iconic “lightning” hand, the index and the hand An orange tip.


The main difference with the previous generations of MILGAUSS is the anti-magnetic performance: if the old model is based on a soft iron protection movement, choose the new anti-magnetic hårspring (blue to chrome), which is closed by magnetic shielding by magnetic permeabilitetsmateriale. The clock not only prevents the electrostatic field but also prevents the magnetic field. However, Omega is better because their 15,000 Gauss-ready watches are not based on protection, but in a brand new sport is completely diamagnetic, it’s slim watch and even a transparent bottom cover.


You can ask yourself why the new Milgauss (already) have been nicknamed ‘Z Blue’. The reason is that the electric blue dial is coated with zirconium. The main innovation of this reference is that the blue tone is very light, and because it provides a sunburned metal surface, it reflects a BLABLA from dark blue to green, depending on lighting conditions. When the watch appeared, we questioned all the different colors – blue dial, white hands, orange and markers used, green crystal. The meat works in tandem as well as the crystal and dialkamp green reflections and the orange contrasts nicely with the rest of the clock, creating an original atmosphere – from the appearance of a monochrome submarine far away.

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Among  sale Cartier watches many new releases for 2011 was this ultra-thin version of the popular Ballon Bleu. I am not totally sure why the Ballon Bleu is so popular. As a women’s watch I totally get it. It has a elegant, bubbly beauty to it and some nice rounded curves. I mean the word “balloon” is in the name – at least I think that is what “ballon” means. I could be wrong, I don’t know. Regardless of the true translation, the watch collection will always be the “blue balloon” to me – and now it is a bit deflated.

Thin profile watches are hot in 2011. There are a lot of reasons for that, but cost is one of them. Brands can charge the same amount for a watch with less precious metal – and they can claim you are paying for the complexity of miniaturization. That argument might make sense, but thin watches have been around for generations. I actually don’t mind thin profile watches unless they are wide enough. Anything under 40mm wide in a think profile won’t see time on my wrist, and I prefer at least 42mm and wider if I can help it. Thankfully, Cartier made this thin version of the Ballon Bleu 46mm wide – great.


Cartier calls the watch the “Extra-Flat” Ballon Bleu. There are at least a dozen ways that you find brands naming thin watches. Some just use names like “flat” or “thin,” and sometimes terms like “slim.” The brands sometimes get a bit over excited about the svelte nature of these timepieces and feel the need to add on adjectives to help you get in their same frame of mind. This is why you see labels like “ultra-thin” and “extra-flat.” Can somebody in Switzerland come up with a set of “thinness” guidelines to help these brands out? What is considered thin? What is considered extra-thin? You don’t see the term “extra-thick.” Instead they use the term “oversized” (which I’ve mentioned about 6000 times is a dumb term I hate). The labels make no sense, but they are fun to say. As you can see, the Extra Flat Ballon Bleu is pretty darn thin on the wrist. replica Cartier watches doesn’t even publish the thickness of the case. I didn’t think to measure it when checking it out, but now I can’t tell you the measurement. So how flat is the watch? Extra flat.


To be fair, the actual thickness of a thin watch doesn’t really matter unless you want to claim you have the thinnest one in the world, as is the case with some Piaget watches. What does matter is how they look and feel on the wrist. Cartier isn’t in the game to beat any records, but it does want to offer a thin profile version of the popular seller – and it does look pretty classy. Thin just seems to be the popular thing to do these days, and brands are experimenting where they might not without this trend being around. The thin case of the Ballon Bleu Extra-Flat is broad and flat – which is good. I prefer them flatter versus curved when they are this size. The lugs curve a bit to make the watch fit better on your wrist.
With just two hands and Cartier Roman numerals, the guilloche machine engraved dial looks slick and still easy to read. Whether or not you like the style of it is a matter of taste, but it is a pretty attractive face in the scheme of things. There is also that blue dialed version of the Ballon Bleu – that is special for the platinum cased model. Aside from that are 18k white and rose gold models with more traditional looking copy Cartier watches dials. The covered crown has a sapphire cabochon set in it.
Cartier doesn’t mention watch movement is in the Ballon Bleu Extra-Flat. But a quick look on the caseback reveals the term “mecanique.” That says to me that the watch has a mechanical movement in it, which in this case is manually wound. Really odd that they don’t publish more on that point. Most versions of this flat watch come on a brown alligator strap, but those people get the blue dialed platinum version will get a blue alligator strap. Price? The copy Cartier watches will run you  in gold, and $32,550 in platinum.