Introduced in 2010 by OCEAN7 Watch Company, the LM-1 model features the world’s first user removable and interchangeable bezel system for a professional diver’s watch.
The LM-1 is a robust 45mm X 16.8mm watch available in both Cold Carbon hardened or black PVD coated case with a full lume sandwich or black sandwich dial with Swiss Super LumiNova markers and hands.
The watch is powered by a Swiss automatic movement, has a domed sapphire crystal and unidirectional 120 click bezel with four available variations. It is hand made in Switzerland by Swiss watchmakers.
OCEAN7 produces a full line of professional diver’s watches, available online, direct from the manufacturer, including the LM-7 PolProf, homage to the famous Omega Seamaster 600 dive watch.
Approximate price range of LM1 model is $699-999.
OCEAN7 produces unique, timepieces for professionals who demand a high degree of performance, features and accuracy from the watches they count on to do their jobs.
OCEAN7 products are designed in the United States and hand made in Switzerland of the highest quality materials and components available. OCEAN7 watches are available directly from the manufacturer. OCEAN7 Watch Company, also produces AirNautic watches, professional grade aviation watches.
Introduced in 2010, the AirNautic AN-24M is considered as the one of the world’s most robust 24 hour Swiss made pilot’s watches ever made. This new model marries the functionality of a pilot’s watch with the strength of a diver’s watch.
The AN-24M was designed from the ground up to incorporate the best features of both types of watches, making a truly unique product for demanding professional and amateur pilots. The watch is hand made in Switzerland by Swiss watchmakers and offered in a limited edition of 50 pieces.
The AN-24M features an ETA 6497 manual wound movement that has been customized for 24 hour operation. The AN-24M is available in a 44mm steel case that has been sandblasted then Cold Carbon hardened to approximately four times the hardness of standard, 316 stainless steel.
The AN-24M’s sapphire crystal is coated on the inside and features a dial that is blue on top for daylight hours and black on the bottom for night, with time indicated by large orange luminous hands. The back also features a sapphire window to showcase the customized 17 jeweled Swiss movement.
The watch is a hefty 14 mm in height with bright Swiss Super Luminova markers and hands and is water resistant to 100 meters. Suggested retail price for this model is $1100.
The Leinfelder Meridian Antigua is a special edition chronograph which was made for the Antigua Sailing Week 2010.
Professor Dr. Ulrich L. Rohde, himself a devoted fan of watches and also a keen yachtsman, inspired this watch after he won the Antigua Sailing Week 2009 with his boat Dragon Fly Plus and his crew. The chronograph with its smart-casual style also captivates with its unique design: in cross-section, the watch case evokes the capitals of ancients columns, with their fluid forms and shapely curves.
To cut a blank out of gold, the Leinfelder team developed a data set containing over one million commands to direct an ultra-modern-axis-milling module. They then finished it off with goldsmithing of the highest order.
Each Leinfelder Meridian Antigua 2010 is individually marked and numbered and the collection is limited to 63 pieces to commemorate the year of the foundation of Leinfelder , 1963.
Caliber: Mechanical chronograph engine with automatic caliber DD 2075, ball-bearing rotor, flyback mechanism, second stop function, 42 hours power reserve.
Functions: Chronograph with flyback mechanism, hour, minute, decentral seconds indication, central minutes stop hands, central second stop hands, date with quick adjustment at 6.00h, tachymeter scale, 24-hour-display.
Watch-case: White gold or rose gold, 42 millimeters in diameter, 15 millimeters in height, scratch-resistant sapphire glass, screwed-in back, screwed-in crown, water-resistant to 330 feet.
Dial: in white or black, blued or polished hands, hands and index points with Super LumiNova™.
The Royal Oak Offshore is an extreme version of the legendary Royal Oak, the quintessential sports watch that has become an Audemars Piguet icon, this superlative line of timepieces embodies the talent and inventiveness that the Manufacture has dedicated to serving aesthetics and performance. In 2010, the brand unveiled a special edition Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph to honour Jarno Trulli, the Italian racing champion.
The Royal Oak Offshore Jarno Trulli Chronograph embodies the values shared by the racing driver and the Manufacture: a passion for perfection and precision, coupled with an obstinate determination to maintain high standards.
Loyal to the tradition of frequently associating this collection with the world of motor sports, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Jarno Trulli Chronograph combines a highly innovative exterior with a remarkable chronograph movement.
Its 42 mm diameter case, which is water-resistant to 100 metres, is composed of innovative materials including forged carbon, which Audemars Piguet was the first to master and to introduce into haute horlogerie. The amazingly light middle is made from 12.5 grams of carbon fibres compressed at pressures of more than 300 kg/cm 2 and measuring a total of 100 km in length.
For the famous octagonal bezel – the part of the watch most exposed to impacts – the brand has opted for Cermet, a material notably used in creating the space shuttle heat shield. A contraction of the words “ceramics” and “metal”, this composite material combines the finest qualities of the two materials: extreme hardness of 1,450 Vickers as well as resistance to shocks, extreme temperatures and corrosion.
In addition to its physical and chemical properties, Cermet has also been chosen for its aesthetic qualities: its deep grey colour is nuanced by the mirror-polished bevel and the radiance of the eight distinctive polished steel screws.
The combination of the intense grey of this Cermet bezel and the shimmering black of the forged carbon case middle creates an elegantly understated and sophisticated effect.
These graded shades of grey are further complemented by the matt sheen of the sand-blasted titanium used for the caseback, pushers and crown, while a few bright red accents lends a sense of dynamic vibrancy to this harmonious overall appearance: the hour-markers circling the slate grey dial featuring the “Méga Tapisserie” motif, the hour and minutes hands, as well as the chronograph seconds hand.
Jarno Trulli’s signature, also in red like a dramatic scratch on the transparent sapphire crystal caseback, also accentuates the sporting essence of this model. These vivid touches endow it with an aura of controlled power very much like that of a high-powered racing car revving up on the starting grid.
The “engine” of the AP Royal Oak Offshore Jarno Trulli Chronograph is in the same vein as its bodywork. Visible through the transparent caseback, the mechanical selfwinding 3126/3840 movement, based on Manufacture Audemars Piguet Calibre 3120, makes it a formidably accurate measuring instrument.
Its reliability and its performances stem in particular from a variable-inertia balance fitted with eight inertia-blocks and a cross-through bridge; while its user-friendliness is guaranteed by a fast-adjustment instant-jump calendar, a 60-hour power reserve and a time-setting mechanism equipped with a stop seconds device.
The impeccable technology of Calibre 3126/3840 is admirably matched by its finishing. Audemars Piguet is indeed a benchmark in the field of movement decoration, and this entirely hand-assembled movement is no exception to the rule.
The chamfering, polishing and Côtes de Genève on the bridges, and the circular-graining on both sides of the mainplate, are all meticulously executed by hand. The 22-carat gold oscillating weight is galvanic coated to give it the same modern touch as the watch as a whole and it also bears the heraldic crests of Audemars Piguet’s founding families.
This timepiece is secured firmly to the wrist with a black rubber strap and a sand-blasted titanium folding clasp. The Royal Oak Offshore Jarno Trulli Chronograph was issued in a limited, numbered edition of 500.
Model: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Jarno Trulli Chronograph Limited Edition (2010)
Calibre: 3126/3840, selfwinding
Total diameter: 29.94 mm (13¼ lignes)
Casing diameter: 26 mm
Thickness: 7.16 mm
Up to 60-hour power reserve
Cadence of the balance: 21,600 vibrations per hour (3 Hz)
Variable-inertia balance with eight inertia blocks and flat balance-spring-
Geneva-type mobile balance-spring stud-holder
Three-position winding stem
Finishing: all parts meticulously decorated: mainplate circular-grained; bridges rhodium-plated, chamfered, snailed and adorned with Côtes de Genève motif. Diamond-polished jewel sinks, diamond-polished sinks and chamfered spokes on the wheels; chamfered screw rims and slots
22-carat gold oscillating weight with anthracite grey galvanic coating
Hours and minutes
Chronograph with central seconds hand, 30-minute and 12-hour counters
Tachometric scale on the flange
Forged carbon case middle
Crown and pushers in sand-blasted titanium
Sapphire crystal back in sand-blasted titanium
Diameter: 42 mm
Thickness: 15.65 mm
Back engraved with the inscription Royal Oak Offshore Limited Edition – Jarno Trulli
Water resistance: 100 m
Anthracite grey with exclusive “Méga Tapisserie” motif, silvered counters, applied hour-markers and hands in white gold with red luminescent coating, silvered inner bezel ring.
Black rubber, sand-blasted titanium folding clasp
Introduced in 2010, the STOWA Chronograph takes inspiration from a historical pocket watch on display at Stowa museum. CEO Jörg Schauer, reacting to the demand by the customers for a Chronograph model, decided to create the new model by following the design principles that used in the construction of an antique pocket watch made by Stowa.
The very sober typography of the dial, as well as the production process of the dial itself (it is a pressed dial) is very attractive. For this procedure a „Pfaff“ (Positivform) needs to be used. After harden the Pfaff, a „Gesenk“ (Negativform) needs to be pressed.To realise the dial was quite difficult, since there are only a few specialists on the market who are able to manufacture classical press-tools. When the „Gesenk“ is getting too hard, it can be that the „Pfaff“ gets damaged or even ruined.
Jörg Schauer selected the classical manufacturing process in order to be able to get sharp numerals – just like the Original. Modern dial work tools are getting cut directly into the „Gesenk“which can be detected by the rounded edges of the numerals. At the end every milling tool needs a certain radius, which can be seen on the made product.
In this case the authenticity was more important and also more expensive, but it was worth it. The basic dial is made of bronze. Therefore the numerals are perfectly polished with only one single diamond cut.
The matching hands are pink gold plated. Naturally the used hands are made with Stowa own tools and therefore they are well-matched to the entire look. This Stowa Chrono has been built in a 41mm stainless steel case and has no date display.
– Automatic chronograph movement ETA Valjoux 7753
– Golden STOWA engraving on rotor
– Power reserve min. 40 hours
– Stainless steel case with screwed back
– Matt/polished case finishing
– Front and back sapphire crystal
– Silver coated bronze dial with diamond cut applications
– Red gold plated hands
– 5 ATM water resistant
– Diameter 41 mm, height 14,5 mm, strap size 22 mm
– Made in Germany
– Price:from 1.680,00 Euros
Zeitwinkel 312° watch is an elegant and modest timepiece having a classical, minimalistic design. The timepiece displays the hour and minute and no second hands or other indications. This classical timepiece is powered by Zeitwinkel manufacture movement ZW 0102.
This watch movement with automatic winding and 72 hour running time ensures that the owner will always receive precise information about the time of day. The luxurious design of this generously proportioned movement with German silver plates in order to forgo any kind of embellishment on the back of the watch.
The Zeitwinkel 312° was developed for those who see a watch as a reliable companion that precisely displays the time. One hand to display the hour and another for the minute – anything more is necessary. The result of intentionally omitting the second hand is the modest serenity that the Zeitwinkel 312° radiates.
The length of the hands was coordinated precisely to the minute markers and the indexes set at intervals of five minutes. The edges of the hands and indicators refract incident light in such a manner that a high contrast to the dial is achieved, always making the time easy to read.
The dial is accentuated with a fine latticework that can only be seen at certain angles. The crown of the Zeitwinkel 312° can be pulled out in several steps. Due to its easy-to-grip surface structure and ample dimensions, the watch can be wound easily and the time set precisely.
The Zeitwinkel caliber ZW 0102 is a mechanical manufacture movement with automatic winding. Developed by Zeitwinkel especially for watches from the first series, it is manufactured in small-quantity lots in Jura (Switzerland) with high precision machinery and meticulous diligence.
Zeitwinkel caliber ZW 0102 is a robust, accurate and versatile basic movement that can be equipped either with a sweep or a small second and has a relatively large date display as an option.
The running time is 72 hours. The movement has the formidable diameter of 30.4 mm, 30 jewels and a total of 257 components, a frequency of 28,800 oscillations, a Glucydur balance and a robust three-quarter plate that plays a significant role in the mechanical stability of the movement. All plates and bridges are made of German silver.
This material is noticeably harder than the brass that is usually used and requires the greatest precision in its manufacture and ornamentation. Zeitwinkel caliber ZW 0102 is chamfered and hand-decorated.
After thorough quality inspection and five-stage calibration, it is installed in house and subjected to a running test that lasts several days. Only when the measured accuracy lies within a strict tolerance range is the caliber ZW 0102 sent on its journey to a new owner together with its Zeitwinkel watch.
The case for the Zeitwinkel 312° was developed over a period of 14 months in precise accordance with the Zeitwinkel caliber ZW 0102 movement. It is constructed of 1.4435 steel alloy which, due to its high resistance to inter-crystalline corrosion and non-oxidizing acids, protects the valuable manufacture movement especially well. In addition, this alloy is especially well suited for products that are in continuous contact with the skin.
To attain interplay between the polished surfaces and those with a matte structure, the casings are prefabricated using precision machinery at a traditional German business and construction is then completed, primarily by hand.
In this process, 26 parts are assembled in more than 80 individual steps for each case. The case is water resistant up to a tested pressure of five bar due to the back cover, which is attached with six screws.
Despite a diameter of 42.5 mm and a height of 10.97 mm, the Zeitwinkel case displays an elegant and well-proportioned appearance. The case’s unique design becomes immediately apparent the very first time you take a glance at the side of the watch.
In particular, the interplay of polished surfaces with strikingly structured, precisely worked areas provides a Zeitwinkel watch with its distinctive appearance. This clear-cut design is continued on the back, with its large window showing the movement, as well as in the design of the crown.
Sapphire glass is used on both the front and back sides of Zeitwinkel timepieces. The convex lunette crystal has a diameter of 35.4 mm. It has multiple anti-reflection coatings on the inside so that the hands do not reflect on the interior surface, and because a coating on the outside of the crystal could wear down.
The case back glass is flat and has an anti-reflection coating on the inside as well. As a result, the time can always be easily read, even under extreme lighting conditions. Both crystal and back plate glass are tightly inserted into the casing of the Zeitwinkel watch using a complex sealing system, ensuring that the watch is sealed up to a pressure of 5 bar.
On the back, there is an extraordinarily large (30.9 mm) window to match the manufacture movement, which also has the extraordinary diameter of 30.4 mm. This allows you to admire the details of the hand decorated inner workings of your Zeitwinkel watch, instead of an industrial retainer ring.
The crown of Zeitwinkel watch combines a high-quality exterior with excellent operating functionality. Due to its 12 grooves and large diameter, the crown is very easy to grip. With its easy pull, the crown allows you to set all the functions of the watch and then disappears into a precisely sunken, space-saving notch. Screw-drown crown is often difficult to handle and must always be wound completely to ensure that the watch remains sealed. The brand uses a multi-stage sealing system with dual O-rings.
Dial of Zeitwinkel 312° watch is sober and pure. Nothing distracts from the most basic and distinctive function of a watch: the reliable display of the time. Despite this, it is striking due to its discreet latticework of Zeitwinkel logos, which becomes apparent only when the watch is viewed from an angle.
The indexes set every five minutes and supplementing the minute markers, have the classic arrow shape and are coordinated precisely to the length of the hands. With their beveled edges, they always form a strong contrast to the dial, and are thus easily visible in all lighting conditions. Zeitwinkel 312° is available with a choice of a black or a silver-faced dial.
The hour and minute hands are carefully balanced and produced in one of the best specialized manufactures in Switzerland. It is precisely coordinated to the indexes and the minute markers for easy time reading.
The hands are diamond-cut to facilitate easy reading of time even in varying lighting conditions. This ensures that one side of the hand always reflects incident light in such a manner that there is a strong contrast to the dial. However the hands are not coated with any fluorescent compound by intention.
Model: Zeitwinkel 312°
Material: Stainless steel 316 L
Height: 11.7 mm
Diameter: 42.5 mm
Glass: Sapphire, convex & with anti-reflection on interior
Case: back Sapphire with anti-reflection on interior
Water resistance: 5 atm
Crown: Diam. 6.70 mm, bi-O-ring seal, 12 grooves
Galvanic black, Zeitwinkel logo background
Galvanic silver, Zeitwinkel logo background
Appliqués: facetted & diamond-worked
Hands: Facetted & diamond-worked
Caliber ZW0102, Manufacturer Zeitwinkel Montres S.A., CH St-Imier
Diameter: 13½ lines, 30.40 mm
Height: 5.70 mm
Winding: Rotor, bi-directional
Running autonomy: >72 h
Bridge and plate material: German silver
Bearing jewels: 28
Frequency: (4Hz) 28,800 alternations/hour
Adjustment: Regulated in five stages
Screws chamfered and polished
¾ plate and balance cock with Geneva
Stripes (Côtes de Genève)
Pearlage on interior surfaces of plates and bridges
Straight graining on wheel bridge and rotor edges of ¾ plate and bridges
Chamfered and polished
Display of hours and minutes
Brown or black leather Hand sewn calfskin leather strap with Kawless Louisiana alligator structure, Real Louisiana alligator full cut if desired
Black rubber strap
Width: 20 mm
Leather strap: Folding clasp with Zeitwinkel engraving
Rubber strap: Folding clasp with applied logo
Half a decade ago, Swiss luxury watch brand Ulysse Nardin created a buzz in the history of traditional watchmaking by unveiling a watch code named “FREAK”. Until now, this watch has represented the pinnacle of both technological and artistic watchmaking. Produced in very small numbers, the original FREAK is sought after by the most elite and respected watch connoisseurs around the world.
No watch company has ever produced a timepiece like the FREAK – one of the most technically innovative watches conceived, designed and produced in the past 100 years. The concept was a technical tour de force, requiring the combined efforts of three of watchmaking’s most renowned engineers. The arrangement of parts was inconceivably unorthodox – it had essentially no true case. The crystal and the bezel were actually part of the movement; the Freak had no crown, no hands and the movement pivoted to indicate time.
It contained fewer parts than the simplest watch today, and remained a Carrousel Tourbillon by necessity. No watch had ever been designed this way. The development of the FREAK pioneered the use of silicium in the context of necessity – not for decoration or to be different. While developing this novel escapement the Ulysse Nardin engineers explored the various opportunities to be had with the implementation of nanotechnology. Indeed, the accuracy and lightness (accompanied with the ease in designing complicated movement parts) confirmed the unique abilities of silicium for the production of our escapement wheels.
The primary goal of the brand continues to be the improvement of the products, while increasing their maximum life span and protecting the mechanism against external strains and stress. Diamond “forever” is the ideal material to achieve this purpose. Beginning in 2005 Ulysse Nardin successfully applied diamonds on the FREAK DIAMOND HEART. The latest advancements in technology allow for alloying the light and easy-to-design silicium with diamond. Years of intense work at La Chaux-de-Fonds and Le Locle have culminated with Ulysse Nardin presenting the incredibly supercharged and highly tuned version of the FREAK – the FREAK DIAMonSIL®.
The FREAK DIAMonSIL® in platinum is the first timepiece sporting a synthetic nanocrystal diamond escapement grown on a silicium raw part. This noble material was developed in cooperation with Sigatec (a highly qualified manufacturer of precision silicium parts) and its partner GFD in Ulm (leader in producing components in diamond with nanotechnology for various industries). The FREAK DIAMonSIL® represents the next leap forward for Ulysse Nardin.
The FREAK DIAMonSIL® is the embodiment of its proud tradition of 160 years of Innovation with Ulysse Nardin leading the way in silicium and diamond technology. The FREAK DIAMonSIL® is a technical work of art, a symphony in white and blue in a Limited Edition of 28 pieces in Platinum.
Dual Ulysse Escapement
The Dual Ulysse Escapement is the most vital part of the watch movement and is made in this very light but extremely strong and novel material : DIAMonSIL®, a registered trademark of Ulysse Nardin. The Dual Ulysse Escapement has 2 wheels, allowing natural force transmission: the force and the move have the same direction, alternatively clockwise with the first wheel and counter-clockwise with the second. The wheels have 18 active teeth, guaranteeing excellent energy transmission to the oscillator. No lubrication is required – the transmission occurs through a “gear like” mechanism. The impulse is given to an alternator, which passes it further to the balance shaft. This alternator is a gear which turns alternatively in one direction and then the opposite direction. The innovative principle of the Dual Ulysse Escapement permits a dramatic reduction of the lift angle from the usual 50-52 degrees (Swiss Anchor) down to approximately 30 degrees. The lift angle is the arc run by the balance between its first contact with the escapement and its last contact. The shorter the arc, the lower is the disturbance of the natural oscillation of the balance.
Introduced in 2010, the Schauer Edition 10 41mm Hand winding chronograph for Jubilee is a special edition series to celebrate the famous German watch brand’s 20 years of existence.
This timepiece in a limited edition of 100 pieces, a special edition variation of Schauer Edition 10 features a solid silver dial and the automatic chronograph movement (Valjoux 7753) was modified into a hand winding version.
The bezel is slant, which brings the diameter of case down to 41mm. The modification of the movement happening by a hand-wind-bridge made of German silver.
The bridge engraved with continuous limitation number. Schauer also used the familiar steel blued hands and screws on the Edition 10 in this model. Price: from 3,200.00 Euros.
Introduced in 2010 by Revue Thommen, one of Switzerland’s oldest watch companies, this timepiece is a reproduction of its mythical Square model, launched in 1953 to celebrate the company’s centenary. While it appears more contemporary with its pink gold-plated Arabic numerals, transparent back and finely guilloched small seconds, the 2010 model nevertheless remains faithful to the brand’s identifying features: a manufactory-made manual-wound movement, refined lines and unostentatious elegance.
Not forgetting those precious materials –18K pink gold for the case and the alligator strap – that add the final touch of perfection to this historically-inspired timepiece. The Revue Thommen GT 82 calibre offers 40-hours power reserve.
Technical details Movement
Hand-wound, Revue Thommen GT 82 calibre, 17 jewels, 40-hour power reserve
Hours, minutes, seconds
18K pink gold or stainless steel, 38.5 x 38.5 mm
Sapphire crystal front and back
Water-resistant to 50 m
Silvered, brown or black
Pink gold-plated Roman numerals
Small seconds at 6 o’clock
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