URWERK UR-105 CT MAVERICK LIMITED EDITION

URWERK UR-105 CT MAVERICK LIMITED EDITION

Message par beauty » 08 Oct 2019, 23:30

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urwerk replica URWERK's UR-100 watch uses its surrounding satellite hour and minute hands to display time (hours and minutes) and space (distance traveled). Swiss independent luxury watch brands now combine these two concepts to create a new UR-100 time and space. The UR-100 time and space has URWERK's iconic orbital hour satellites, but there are big differences. The UR-100 minute arrow is not the minute pointer with the red arrow on the satellite after the next 60 minutes of replacement, but passes the UR-100 minute arrow below and between the sub-dial, again showing the Fascinating new astronomical instructions: the distance traveled by the Earth on Earth and Earth. The first indicator at 10 o'clock will assess the distance (in kilometers) that we don't even leave the desk on the planet! It is based on the average speed of the Earth's rotation on the equator, covering a distance of 555 kilometers every 20 minutes. The opposite is true. The same hand (like the same hand, but actually one-third) continues another astronomical indication based on the distance the Earth orbits the sun - every 20 minutes. About 35,740 kilometers. The UR-100 also presents three different time and space realities, providing a thought-provoking reminder for our journey through time and space. Powering the UR-100 SpaceTime is the automatic movement 12.01, the bottom plate in the ARCCAP and the 48 power reserve hours. The automatic winding rotor is regulated by the flat turbine Windfäng (Swiss German "air trap") to minimize the impact on the rotor bearings and reduce excessive entanglement and wear. The diameter of the rotor supported by the flat turbine portion is also large, thereby reducing the mass and thereby reducing wear. Internal testing of the flat turbine rotor adjustment system found that it provides significant and exponential protection against excessive rotor speed (the sail rotates six times per revolution of the wound rotor).

The design and construction of the URWERK cheap luxury watches Caliber 12.01 requires extremely high precision, as the tolerance between the minute hand and the three different dials and between the dome sapphire crystals between them is very strict.




Bremont has just released its latest limited edition to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force's birth in 2018. Named after the establishment of the Royal Air Force, the 1918 Limited Edition is a GMT-enabled chronograph with an old RAF aircraft bar in its rotor.
Each arm of the propeller-shaped rotor is made of metal that was salvaged on a plane that was flying during the Battle of Britain in 1940: Bristol Blenheim Mk 1L 6739 was a night fighter, a main horsepower Mk 1 Hurricane P3717 was severely damaged during the battle, as well as the iconic Supermarine Spitfire Mk 1 N3200. In fact, the fire was shot down during the evacuation of Dunkirk in 1940 and drowned in French beaches for 40 years until it was discovered and restored in 1986.
The wood veneer ring embedded in the center of the rotor comes from an older plane, extracted from the rudder stock of the SE5a (formerly part of the Shuttleworth Collection), a 1917 biplane that was once in the first world. Flying through the war, the Royal Air Force has the earliest aircraft.

The production of a special edition best swiss replica watches containing aerial or British historical artifacts is a feature of Bremen. The brand has previously introduced watches, including parts of the P-51 Mustang and HMS Victory, and even the White Flywheel Watch, which includes the muslin on the world's first aircraft.
In 1918, it had a multi-layered dial with influence from the early 20th century to the mid-20th century, including the telemetry balance, a feature that enabled soldiers to determine the distance of enemy artillery in war. The watch also features a sunken small dial, glowing dots, a railway minute track and a syringe needle filled with SuperLuminova, reminiscent of the 1950s chronograph. Bremont. Instead of the usual sun and moon, the aperture depicts a fierce dog fight during the day in the Battle of Britain, while the legendary Avro Lancaster bomber illuminates the black sky with a searchlight at night. The 1918 limited edition features the brand's signature "Trip-Tick" three-piece case with a narrow strap and a drum-shaped back cover. The rated height is 100m and the diameter is 43mm. Inside is a COSC certified calibration cup. BE-16AE, modified Valjoux 7750.

Bremont specializes in military-themed timepieces and is very popular among actual military personnel. It has just released Codebreaker, a flyback chronograph from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) to commemorate the UK's password cracking efforts during the Second World War. The watch is embedded with the actual elements from the UK's main password-breaking center, Bletchley Park. The Bletchley Park Government Code and Password School (GC&CS) site is responsible for decrypting passwords generated by German Enigma and Lorenz machines. Finally, a small piece of pine on the sixth floor of the cottage was embedded in the crown of the password cracker, a building dedicated to deciphering the German Army and Air Force code in Bletchley Park. Inside the watch is the BE-83AR movement, which is shaped like a drum of the Bombe machine, designed by Alan Turing to help crack the password. The movement is actually a modified Valjoux 7750 with flyback and second time zone display, indicated by a red pointed pointer on the bremont kingsman watch dial.
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