Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Who says women are a spendtrift lot??

Women indulge in jewelries and bags,
while guys fantasies on posh cars and exotic watches,
Now, who says woman's money are easier to earn? =)

Videos on Aston Martin AMVOX2 DBS Transponder Watch

Concord- C1 Tourbillon Gravity

The Concord C1 Tourbillon Gravity astonishes by the whole range of specific features. Just imagine - a tourbillon disconnected from the case, an unconventional seconds indication, a flyback chronograph, a trust index display - all these innovations are accumulated in a single timepiece.

The result is the creation of a provocative watch equipped with a complex mechanism, an amazing expression of an inventive spirit and an absolutely new watchmaking approach. The design of the C1 Tourbillon Gravity was created by Blade Design that managed to present the engineering of the watch in a totally unexpected and daring way.

                                                 The first surprise is the independent tourbillon placed alongside the body of the watch. The tourbillon seems to be released from the mechanism. Fitted external to both the dial and the case, the tourbillon allows more free space inside the watch, so watchmakers are able to create other complications. The tourbillon is linked to the rest of the mechanism by a perpendicular pinion. The tourbillon carriage produces a powerful visual effect, being housed in a crankcase laterally screwed to the case.

The vertical device is instantly visible on the wrist. The upper and lower bridges of the tourbillon carriage are produced from aluminum-lithium, a unique high-tech material widely applied in the aerospace industry. Aluminum-lithium is characterized by remarkable resistance and exceptional longevity. The alloy is anti-corrosive and anti-magnetic. Moreover, it offers the best compromise between sturdiness and lightness.

Small Seconds
The rebellious seconds display is one more amazing feature of the new Concord watch, with its mechanism breaking out of the dial and the display transferring time into completely new dimension.

A slim black aluminum strip with the engraved seconds numerals is fixed to the lower bridge of the tourbillon, having thus acquired full interdependence with the carriage spinning on its axis once a minute. The luminescent seconds are perfectly visible through an open window on the side of the tourbillon carriage. The innovative mechanism is even more surprising than the small seconds display on the C1 Chronograph.

Jaeger Le Coultre- AMVOX2 DBS Transponder

Ok ladies and gentlemen, i believe you guys watch quite some action thrills show like james bond, how he control his supercar just by using some special devices.
So similarly, have you ever thought of happening in real life too?
Oh yes! it do have,
So this week i will be featuring AMVOX2 DBS Transponder, It is
the latest creation within the AMVOX collection required a high level of technical collaboration between the Jaeger-LeCoultre watchmakers and the Aston Martin technical team. This revolutionary timepiece concept builds on the successful innovation of the vertical trigger chronograph already present in the AMVOX2 line of timepieces, and creates a groundbreaking step: the first mechanical watch to control the locking mechanism on a luxury car.
Only available to DBS owners, this astonishing watch is able to lock and unlock their precious sports car based on pressure on the sapphire crystal and a miniaturised open/close circuit re-engineered specifically to fit a wristwatch. The owner can start the unique experience of their sports car even before getting into it! The 18-carat pink gold AMVOX DBS Transponder will be available exclusively through Aston Martin dealers.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Ulysse Nardin- Monaco YS Maxi Marine Diver

Ulysse Nardin pays homage to the Principality of Monaco – the city on the Rock facing the Mediterranean Sea by creating the Monaco YS, an addition to the Marine Diver Collection. Ulysse Nardin pays tribute to its company history related to the vast open seas since 1846 and is participating for the first time at the most prestigious Monaco Yacht Show in 2009.
Available only in a black DLC (diamond-like-carbon) treated and hardened stainless steel case, this ingenious technology allows the black case to maintain a scratch-resistant surface. The attractive wave-patterned black dial supports dark grey applied luminous indexes and red hands on the sub-dials.
The squeletted hour and minute hands are equipped with dark grey luminous material which glows in the dark. The distinctive black wave-patterned bezel with its 18 ct rose gold inlay featuring the diving scale adds to the overall design aesthetic. An exclusive black ceramic folding clasp and ceramic elements on the rubber band complement the timepiece. 
An exhibition case-back reveals an excellent view of the black winding rotor and the mechanical movement.

The self-winding movement features a power reserve indicator and an oversized small seconds register. The 42.7 mm case is fitted with a unidirectional rotating bezel with a diving scale. The model is water-resistant to 200 meters. Each case is individually numbered.
The Monaco YS is limited to 100 pieces.