Retro Girard Perregaux 1966 Chronograph Watch

The elegant round body case, with a slightly yellow retro-looking disc surface, brings together Girard Perregaux’s top technology and aesthetic value, showing the timeless style of the 1966 series. This series was reappeared in 2006 (the first in 1966), its subtle elegance and top mechanical technology combined with two swords, and immediately became the new generation of Girard-Perregaux classics. The new work of 2010 inherits the features of both the 1966 series and elegance, with carefully curated lines and lug contours, polished and refined to perfection. The dial is equipped with a central chronograph hand and a 30-minute timer, which is clear and easy to read. The edges of the dial are tachymeter scales, and the overall layout is balanced. It has the elegant style of an antique chronograph.

Omega’s New Hippocampus ‘new Zealand Chiefs’ Limited Edition Diving Watch

Omega and Captain Dean Buck hold special event in San Francisco To celebrate the partnership with the New Zealand Chiefs, deep historical connections to the ocean and the opening of the 34th America’s Cup Regatta, Omega Honor has released a brand new Hippocampus ‘New Zealand Chiefs’ limited edition diving watch.

Admire Omega’s passion for the ocean
On Wednesday, Omega Omega and brand celebrity ambassador, ETNZ Captain Dean Barker held a special event in San Francisco to release the new hippocampus ‘New Zealand Chiefs’ limited edition diving watch. The new watch is designed to celebrate the 34th America’s Cup, and once again witnesses the cooperation between Omega and the New Zealand Chiefs. At the New Zealand Chiefs’ ‘waka’ base camp in the Gulf, Omega presented this watch to Buck and New Zealand Chief Executive Grant Dalton. The media and VIPs witnessed this special moment. On July 7, the America’s Cup Challenge will take the lead. Omega Celebrity Ambassador Buck will lead the fleet in the new AC72 sailing boat, the most prestigious sailing event in the world.

Omega Omega’s long-term partnership with the New Zealand Chiefs dates back to 1995, the most recent America’s Cup regatta in the United States. Sir Peter Blake, then captain, became the omega celebrity ambassador and led the team to win the America’s Cup championship in San Diego. Dean Buck was the 2000 America’s Cup regatta champion and has competed in the Olympics. Since 2001, Buck has also joined the Omega celebrity ambassador family. As one of the main sponsors who strongly support the New Zealand Chiefs, Omega will still appear strongly in the America’s Cup-the Omega logo is clearly visible on the New Zealand Chiefs’ AC72 sailboat and spinnaker.

The close connection between sailing and timing can be traced back to the period when sailors navigated by high-precision marine astronomical clock. Even after the advent of new technologies such as satellite navigation, the Omega Seamaster series is still the watch of choice for many of the world’s great navigators, including Buck and Dalton.

 ‘I am very fortunate and proud to be able to wear the brand new limited edition diving watch of the New Zealand Chiefs of the Seahorse series’ New Zealand Chiefs ‘when competing in the 34th America’s Cup Sailing Race, and I am very honored and proud,’ Dean Buck said ‘Thank you Omega for your contribution to the New Zealand Chiefs and for your continued support of the sailing industry.’

‘Omega’s deep historical roots with the ocean are undisputed. Not only has it launched the only watch ever certified by the Ocean Observatory, it has also strongly supported the marine environmental cause advocated by Sir Peter Blake, and competed with the women’s singles Player Ellen MacArthur and Yann Arthus-Bertrand, a world-renowned environmental activist and filmmaker, maintain close relationships. ‘Okawa added:’ Able to serve as We are very proud of the timing of the New Zealand Chiefs. We sincerely wish Dean and the team to achieve another good performance in San Francisco. ‘

After the press conference, Dean Buck, Grant Dalton and the New Zealand Chiefs team launched the launch training of the AC72 sailing boat. To celebrate the New Zealand Chiefs’ battle in the world’s top sailing events, Omega Glory has released a new version of the new hippocampus ‘New Zealand Chiefs’ limited edition diving watch. The screw-down caseback is embossed with the New Zealand Chiefs team logo, a limited edition number and the words ‘Challenge for the 34th America’s Cup’. The Omega Seamaster ‘New Zealand Chiefs’ limited edition dive watch is equipped with a 3330 self-winding coaxial movement. Tailor-made for seafarers, with professional diving features, including a unidirectional rotating bezel, a helium exhaust valve with date adjustment, a white luminous coating, and a water resistance of 30 bar (300 meters / 1000 feet). The limited edition of the New Zealand Chiefs of the hippocampus ‘New Zealand Chiefs’ is limited to 2013 pieces.