Month: January 2011

Classic And Timeless Three Classic Retro Watches Recommended

Fashion is like a big turntable, a style of going around will always come to us again. In the field of watches, almost every year, brands have introduced retro-style watches, especially in recent years, and even more, today the Watch House recommends three retro-style watches for everyone.
Longines Flag Series L4.817.4.76.2

Domestic public price: RMB 15900
Watch diameter: 38.5 mm
Watch thickness: ——
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: Stainless steel
Waterproof depth: ——
Watch details: 7550
Watch diameter: 43 mm
Watch thickness: ——
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: Stainless steel
Water resistance: 100 meters
Watch details: BLACK BAY series 79220R leather strap watch

Domestic public price: RMB 26000
Case diameter: 41 mm
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: stainless steel
Watch details: Black Bay has reinterpreted the 1950s, the influential watchmaking standard in the history of diving watches. This is a new watch launched by Tudor in 2012. This replica version of the diving watch is very classic in the 1950s and can be said to be a classic continuation. The 41 mm stainless steel case has a unidirectional rotating outer ring. Designed for divers. The second is the use of snowflake pointers, which seems to have brought us back 50 years ago. The watch is water-resistant to 200 meters.

Summary: The retro watch is to pass down the essence of that era. No matter how changes and new patterns emerge, the original gentleman’s mark is still retained. The three watches recommended for everyone today are the brand’s classic watches, continuing the beauty of that era to this day.


Longines Celebrates Its Trademark For 120 Years To Date

Longines celebrates the 120th anniversary of its trademark registration. This trademark was designed by the famous manufacturer St. Imier and has been in use ever since. It was registered in Switzerland in 1889. It consists of a winged hourglass and the word Longines, and it is the oldest of the trademarks that remain prototyped in an international registry maintained by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
Mr. Walter von Känel, President of Longines
1889 trademark
   To mark the 120th anniversary of the original trademark registration, Longines held a thematic exhibition at the Cité du Temps in Geneva, published a research result on the trademark, and also developed two limited edition watches, each of 120 pieces.
The exhibition is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm from Friday, October 2 to Sunday, November 1.