Month: January 2010

Longineslongines 2013 New Basel 2013

Longines, a famous Swiss watch manufacturer, particularly recommends the Compaq rose gold chronograph stopwatch and the same series of stainless steel diamond women’s watches. It unveils the 2013 Basel watch exhibition with its classic elegance and sporty spirit. The two timepieces leading the Basel Watch Fair were created by Longines for flat horse racing, an elegant and racing symbiosis sport, incorporating modern technology and precision, perfectly explaining Longines’ passion for horse racing for nearly a century. . The magnificence of the wrists and the elegant knights are seamless, and the viewers accompanying the horse racing witness the exciting moments together.
The Compaq rose gold chronograph stopwatch is equipped with ETA L688 column wheel movement developed and produced for Longines. The rose gold bezel and crocodile leather strap show elegance. The 12-point Arabic numerals on the silver dial and the 9 o’clock position. The small second hand, the 30-minute cumulative dial at 3 o’clock, and the 12-hour cumulative dial at 6 o’clock show sporty temperament. Another Compat series stainless steel diamond female watch is made of all-steel, with a built-in L595 automatic mechanical movement. The black dial is embossed with 12 diamond scales, contrasting with the 30 diamonds on the bezel, highlighting women. Elegance.
The dazzling name of the Longines Conquest Classic is composed of two chic and elegant English words, Conquest and Classic. Over the years, the Comcast series represents a number of successful sports watches launched by Longines. Today, the Compat collection integrates the classic elegance and sporty spirit of Longines as an extension of the ‘Comcast’ series. The watchmaking tradition of the watch family adds a beautiful sight. Longines has inherited a long tradition of exquisite craftsmanship, and its unremitting pursuit of tradition, elegance and superior performance has achieved the brand’s pure watchmaking expertise.

Longines Compaq Rose Gold Chronograph Stopwatch L2.786.8.76.3

The addition of the new Compaq series adds a beautiful sight to Longines’ classic collection, and has earned it a reputation and success worldwide. This chronograph stopwatch is 41 mm in diameter and has a rose gold case with a black alligator leather strap with a built-in L688 column-wheel movement. The silver dial is engraved with an Arabic numeral scale and 11 luminous small scales, displaying hours and minutes, a small second hand at 9 o’clock, a 30-minute cumulative dial at 3 o’clock, a 12-hour cumulative dial at 6 o’clock, and a date display. The window is set at 4:30. Like all models in the Compaq series, this watch is water-resistant to 5 atmospheres and has a spiral back with sapphire crystal.

Longines Companion Series Steel Diamond Women’s Watch L2.

As a partner of many of the world’s most prestigious flat horse racing, Longines has always been committed to launching a watch that can be worn at the moment of the most exciting horse racing on the racetrack. This all-steel women’s watch with a diameter of 29.5 mm is set with 30 diamonds (0.501 carats) on the outer ring and has a built-in L595 mechanical movement. The black dial is engraved with 12 diamonds, showing the hours, minutes and seconds, and the date display window is at 3 o’clock. Like all models in the Compaq series, this watch is water-resistant to 5 atmospheres and has a spiral back with sapphire crystal.


Jacques Pays Tribute To The Classic Silent Film The Tramp100 Anniversary

For many movie enthusiasts, silent film may have become a fixed black and white image in history. Although no one is going to shoot such a film now, this cannot stop it from becoming a movie. A landmark example in the history of development.

 It is reported that on February 28, 2014, the world’s top watch brand Jaeger-LeCoultre teamed up with the granddaughter of the famous silent film master Charlie Chaplin-Carmen, Mann & Mille and Renault-Nissan Union to host a grand celebration in Los Angeles West Hollywood. The theme of the event is to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the classic silent film ‘The Tramp’.

 The mention of the silent film ‘The Tramp’ has to mention a legendary task-Charlie Chaplin, a British comedian and anti-war person who later became a very good director, especially in He was very successful and active in the early and middle stages of Hollywood films. He laid the foundation for modern comedy movies, and he was called ‘the world’s three biggest comedians’ with Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd. As an important representative of comedy films, many artists have performed in his way in the future.

 ‘The Tramp’ came out in 1915, the third of twelve films by Charlie Chaplin, in this film. For the first time, Charlie created his standard image-a homeless gentleman wearing a top hat, large leather shoes, a moustache, a crutch, and walking on a figure-foot. Because this character’s shape is so popular with the audience, Chaplin has dressed it in many future films and has become an immortal comedy in the eyes of the audience. This film is probably the least humorous of all his films, but one of the most interesting. It is essentially a melodrama.

 The opening night of the event began with two classics by Charlie Chaplin, A Time For Everything and The Innovators. A Time For Everything is directed by Carmen Chaplin, and includes Carmen Chaplin, Patricia Chaplin, and Uma Chaplin Bhalla. All participated in the show. The show was produced jointly by Kwanon Films and Mann & Miller.

 For Jaeger-LeCoultre, Chaplin’s granddaughter Carmen Chaplin told people that the existence of this historic watch seemed like a cycle of fate. The classic A Time For Everything also premiered during the Geneva International Haute Horlogerie show last year, which shows its legendary status in the film industry.