The Timeless Watch Dedicated To The Birthplace Of Tissot Tissot Rock Series

In 2003, in order to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of its brand, Tissot introduced the most automatic Tissot-style watch-the Le Locle automatic series. Its name is derived from the birthplace of Tissot-the small Swiss town of Rock. It is the only watch that uses Tissot’s birthplace as a series name and the most memorable gift dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Tissot. The dial and back of the watch are engraved with the name of Le Tsle, the birthplace of Tissot, in vintage italics. Now, as a new extension of the series, Tissot has equipped this watch with a higher-performance movement, and the Tissot Rockefeller Energy Display Series was born.

Tissot Rock series
The Tissot Locke Energy Display Series is a re-creation of the classic. The entire watch design inspiration comes from the birthplace of the Tissot brand in 1853. The unique design of the dial writes the story behind the watch. The carved, graduated, and hands in the center area are modeled on the large wall clock face around the top of the Lelok Clock Tower. Below is a church dating from the 16th century. The overall design of the watch shows a long sense of history, making people feel like they are in a quiet Swiss town.
The Zylock’s energy display series uses a sapphire crystal glass transparent case back. Through the glass, the rhythmic beauty of the Tissot movement can be seen at a glance. The back cover of the watch is engraved with elegant vintage italics, medieval-style retro patterns and the Tissot logo plate, telling Tissot’s long history and superb craftsmanship.
Automatic mechanical watches can generate energy by swinging their arms and store them in the clockwork. However, ordinary watches do not let the wearer know how much energy in the clockwork can supply the watch for normal operation. The mechanical self-winding movement relies on special mechanical devices to clearly show the remaining energy of the watch through the half-moon-shaped energy display panel at the 6 to 8 o’clock position according to the operation of the gears. The wearer can know the kinetic energy status of the watch at any time, in order to replenish the energy of the love watch in time, which largely avoids the situation that the watch needs to be re-tuned due to energy exhaustion. When the energy scale is full, it means that the watch can run normally for 42 hours without wearing it.
Tissot Rock’s energy display series is equipped with both leather and steel straps, the dial scale is black or ivory Roman numerals. Its design evokes Tissot’s infinite pursuit of automatic movement and low-key elegance. This series of watches was first launched on the occasion of the company’s 150th anniversary celebration, and now an extended version is just to celebrate Tissot’s long-term operation in Le Locle and to pay tribute to those who helped Tissot achieve today’s brilliant achievements.
Tissot-‘Extraordinary creativity, from tradition’. Since 1853, Tissot, with its traditional Swiss watchmaking technology and continuous innovative design spirit, has ranked among the best in the world and is a leader in the Swiss watchmaking industry. As a member of the Swatch Group, the world’s largest watch manufacturer and distributor, Tissot has grown from a watch factory headquartered in the small Swiss town of Le Locle over the past 154 years to now has offices in more than 150 countries Global brand. Tissot’s leading position benefits from its unparalleled innovation ability, which spares no effort in the research and development of high-tech products, special materials and advanced functions. Tissot’s range of premium watches is wider and more diverse, but the price is more attractive than any other Swiss watch brand, which also reflects its commitment to ‘civilian luxury goods’. As the official designated timing and partner of the National Automobile Racing Association NASCAR®, the World Motorcycle Championship MotoGP, and the World Cycling, Fencing and Ice Hockey Championships, Tissot is committed to providing products with gold and silver prices while respecting tradition and bringing performance to sports. Power, precision, and self-challenge are at their best.

Locke Energy Display Series
-Swiss-made automatic movement, ETA2897
-Water-resistant to 30 meters
-Abrasion-resistant sapphire crystal
-316L stainless steel case
-Carved transparent table back
-316L stainless steel strap with butterfly clasp
-Leather strap with folding buckle
Automatic movement:
11 ½’’’, 25.60 mm diameter, ETA 2897 movement, hours, minutes, seconds, date display, energy display function.
21 gems, 42 hours energy display function.

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Interpretation Of 7 Watches With Unique Movements

For watches, the meaning of the movement is self-evident. The movement is also crucial when choosing a watch. The complex movements created by the exhaustion of a few top brands are the favorite of every collector, and choosing a movement that you know best makes sense for collections.
Montblanc Minerva Manufacture’s masterpiece Montblanc 1858 chronograph

   When Montblanc acquired the long-established Swiss Minerva movement factory, its watch products became a top-notch work. Minerva is famous for producing high-quality manual mechanical chronograph movements. The batches that reached the pinnacle of professionalism in the 1930s are even more prominent. The watch’s MBM Calibre 16.29 movement is its representative work. The movement is equipped with a large-size screw balance with a wobble frequency of 18,000 times per hour. From the V-shaped chronograph wheel splint and chronograph lever to the traditional horizontal clutch and the column wheel that controls the chronograph program, all parts are polished to perfection, with dimensional accuracy Thousandths of a millimeter. More fortunately, the Villeret 1858 series uses a batch of enamel discs in stock from the watch factory that year. It is characterized by a speedometer scale on the outer edge of the dial, and a speedometer shaped like a snail shell occupies the center of the dial. Average speed over 3 minutes.
First TAG Hauer TAG Hauer Monaco V4 rose gold limited edition (60 pieces) watch

   As early as 2004, TAG Heuer launched the Monaco V4 watch with the ‘mechanical belt drive system and linear winding system’ for the first time in the world at the Basel Watch Fair, which became the most ‘advanced’ design in the watch industry. The rose gold watch launched this time is its second generation. It follows the new avant-garde internal structure of the V4 series-linear ingot of tungsten steel ingot, two sets of barrels arranged in parallel, connected by belts, etc., and can be seen through the anti-reflection sapphire crystal mirror and transparent cover Qiankun. And the ‘Second Generation’ case is larger than the first generation (diameter increased from 39mm to 41mm), made of large pieces of rose gold and silicon nitride ‘ceramic’, after fine polishing and frosting.
The most stunning tourbillon Hublot King Senna watch

   If you choose which brand has the most public topic in high-end watch brands, Hublot will definitely be among them. Whether it is Maradona in the World Cup or Manchester United in the Premier League, Hublot’s series of joint works are all Popular. On November 3, it was the 50th anniversary of the birth of the world’s car king Senna. Hublot also launched a limited edition of 10 ‘Supreme King Tourbillon Senna’ watches in Brazil. The watch uses the HUB6300 column-wheel chronograph movement, the tourbillon escapement is directly coupled to the frame, and the power reserve is about 120 hours when the timer is off. In addition, the inside of the sapphire crystal has a yellow signature by Senna. The pattern on the back of each case is selected by Senna’s sister and mother for 10 glorious moments in their careers, so each one is different.
IWC (IWC) Large Pilot Perpetual Calendar Watch Limited Edition Showing Moon Phases in the North and South Hemispheres

   This limited edition of 250 watches is the latest work IWC has just entered into China. It uses 51614 movement. The unique four-digit annual calendar and moon phases in the northern and southern hemispheres are the most prominent features of the watch, which is also the first initiative of IWC. . You can clearly observe the different moon phases in the two hemispheres of the south (S) and north (N) on the moon phase disk inspired by the cockpit of the aircraft. Shows that there is only a 12-second time difference between the moon phase and the actual moon phase in each lunar cycle, that is, only one day after 577 years. In addition, all watch displays are set according to the Gregorian calendar, which automatically adjusts every leap day before 2100 years ago. ‘Easy operation’ is also a core element of this watch. Thanks to the synchronous automatic adjustment function, you will never adjust the crown due to confusing time.
Classic design limited edition Panerai (42 mm) watch

   For this Radiomir collection, which has long been a Panerai classic, the design goes without saying. It should be reminded that the new model is equipped with a new P.999 manual-winding movement designed by Panerai’s watch factory in Neuchâtel, with a diameter of 12 cents and a thickness of 3.4 mm. It has a 60-hour power reserve and a balance wheel that vibrates 21,600 times per hour. The mechanical movement of the watch is regulated by a device called a ‘gooseneck’, which precisely adjusts the effective length of the hairspring. In addition, each movement is engraved with the same independent number as the watch. Limited edition of 500 pieces.
The thinnest central automatic movement (Audemars Piguet) ultra-thin perpetual calendar watch

   In 1978, the Audemars Piguet watch factory created the first ultra-thin perpetual calendar watch equipped with an automatic winding movement. Thirty years later, Audemars Piguet watchmakers designed a limited edition platinum edition ultra-thin perpetual calendar to commemorate this. Watch. Today, the elegant Jules Audemars series meets the self-winding perpetual calendar device, which inspired Audemars Piguet to launch this 18K rose gold case watch. The perpetual calendar device uses mechanical principles to accurately reproduce all calendar messages. The change in the length of the month is ‘recorded’ on a cam. The bumps on the rim represent 31 days of the month, and the grooves represent 30 days of the month. On the same axis, there is another gear to distinguish between February and February. The other February cams are connected and make one revolution every four years to show the leap year cycle. What’s more valuable is that this perpetual calendar device is installed on the Cal. 2120 basic movement. The Cal.2120 self-winding movement is the world’s thinnest central automatic movement, measuring just 2.45 mm thick.
The charm of the exclusive escapement Audemars Piguet Jules Audemars

   Launched in 2006, Audemars Piguet’s exclusive escapement system is a revolutionary horological technology. Based on this, Audemars Piguet has launched a new model. The new watch uses the new Cal. 2908 manual-winding mechanical movement with 267 components. The exclusive escapement system combines high efficiency and excellent shock resistance. The movement balance vibrates at twice the speed and does not require oil lubrication. In addition, the Cal. 2908 movement has a double hairspring structure, which is angled up to 180 °. The unique double hairspring design also completes the movement. The small seconds dial placed in the most conspicuous position visually highlights the horological spirit of this watch with accuracy as its ultimate goal.

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