Love The Ocean, Protect The Sea: Seiko Prospex And Padi Launch A Joint Watch To Jointly Protect The Most Beautiful Blue Heart Of The Earth

SEIKO has always spared no effort in the cause of environmental protection. In 1989, the SEIKO Group formulated its internal environmental protection policy, and in 1999 formulated the basic environmental concept again. In 2016, in order to reawaken people’s awareness of marine ecology and preservation of marine conservation, SEIKO and Taiwan’s well-known underwater photography director Yuan Xuhu specially went to Lanyu to shoot environmental protection films to protect the heart of the blue, thereby calling on the public to protect the ocean. At the same time, in order to welcome the summer, the SEIKO Prospex professional sports series also cooperated with the world’s most authoritative diving training organization (Professional Association of Diving Instructors, PADI) to launch two new limited-edition PADI co-branded watches, and three by LOWERCASE creative director Yurihara A special diving style designed by King to lead underwater adventurers to experience the beauty of the deep sea.

SEIKO implements the green corporate spirit and protects the blue ocean
   SEIKO’s basic environmental philosophy has always been: ‘As a company and an individual, we will cherish our environment and work in the direction of protecting the environment.’ Not only limited to product development, manufacturing, transportation and sales, and reuse of product containers, SEIKO insists on the company There must be complete planning and supporting measures to support environmental protection. From the smallest details to the relationship between the environment and people, this is not just a slogan, but also practical action! Therefore, since 2000, SEIKO’s business units have fully complied with the European Union’s environmental protection regulations for nickel, packaging and hazardous waste. After December 2008, all series of quartz watches use non-toxic mercury-free batteries.
   In 2016, in order to awaken the public’s awareness of marine environmental protection, SEIKO focused on ‘love the ocean and protect the sea’, and joined Taiwan’s well-known underwater photography guide ‘Little Tiger Brother’ Yuan Xuhu to travel to Lanyu to shoot the guardian of the blue for three minutes. The environmental protection film carefully captures the innocent faith of the local people of Lanyu to protect the ocean. ‘Don’t leave the ones that do not belong to the sea in the sea.’ Through the determination to love the ocean, maintain the beauty of Lanyu’s hometown. Through the video, it is amazing to lead the public to explore the beautiful ocean of Taiwan. There are many plastics and bottles that are not in the sea. SEIKO also hopes to publicize the ocean and protect its ocean through publicity of the film, and reiterate its determination on ocean and environmental protection.

PROSPEX designer special models, classic catfish canned reproduction, explore the beautiful marine world.
SEIKO X PADI joint watch model interpretation of deep sea moments
   The diving industry leading indicator PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) has been established since 1966 to have 6,300 diving centers and train 136,000 professional diving instructors. As early as the previous year, SEIKO’s first diving watch came out in 1965. It has continuously challenged itself to develop many world-first diving watch watchmaking technologies, such as a patented bellows strap and a double-layer case structure that enhances water resistance. Even the ISO 6425 standard is based on SEIKO’s custom standards. SEIKO diving watches are already a pivotal benchmark, becoming the most trusted wrist partner underwater. This time the SEIKO Prospex professional sports series cooperated with PADI to launch joint watch models ‘SUN065P1’ and ‘SRPA21J1’ to interpret deep-sea moments, conveying the call and nostalgia from the ocean.

SEIKO PROSPEX PADI joint watch model, model SUN065P1, stainless steel case, sapphire crystal mirror, 200m diving dedicated, 5M85 human power movement, automatic power generation by human power, full power about 6 months, GMT time, machine The core uses exclusive Kinetic power technology, equipped with a bellows-type strap that can respond to changes in water pressure, the timescale uses a patented Lumibrite luminous paint, and the PADI badge is a red and blue tone design concept.
   The design of ‘SUN065P1’ comes from the PADI badge color system. The power source of the model is SEIKO’s exclusive patented 5M85 human power. Once fully charged, the watch can continue to run for about six months, making SEIKO a driving force for ‘ The benchmark of “green energy and environmental protection” also provides accurate timing function through this technology to improve the safety of divers. The dial design with a sense of science and technology, because it has two places, the hour hand in the second place is intimately distinguished by red. The enlarged time scale and thick hands improve the legibility of the deep sea. The blue dial color also It symbolizes the ambition of marine adventurers who are not afraid of challenges and move forward in their dreams.

SEIKO PROSPEX PADI joint model, model SRPA21J1, stainless steel case, strengthened mirror surface, 4R36 mechanical movement, automatic and bracelet, power reserve about 50 hours, day difference + 25 ~ -15 seconds, 23 stones, 200 meters for diving , See-through back cover, crown at four o’clock, does not hinder the movement of the wrist, using SEIKO’s patented Lumibrite luminous paint, with PADI badge as the design concept red and blue tone.

   ‘SRPA21J1’ is also inspired by the PADI badge. The bezel is designed with PADI red and blue tones as the main color. In order to increase the safety of diving, SEIKO uses the minute dial of the faceplate and the red indicator of the bezel. In the underwater operating environment, the remaining minutes of the cylinder can be identified at a glance, reducing the risk of underwater operations. When diving, it will not hinder the movement of the wrist of the diver, and the crown is specially placed at the four o’clock direction, which further increases the convenience of use. The gaze is gradually blue, as if you are swimming in the colorful underwater world. Two PADI joint watches with very different styles are printed with the word PADI on the dial at six o’clock, symbolizing the cooperation between SEIKO and PADI, leaving a classic historical witness.

PROSPEX designer special model SBDN021, stainless steel case, hard-coated plastic outer ring protection ring, waterproof 200 meters, V147 solar movement, fully charged up to ten months of power.

PROSPEX designer special model SBDN026, stainless steel case, hard-coated plastic outer ring protection ring, waterproof 200 meters, V147 solar movement, fully charged up to ten months of power.
SEIKO PROSPEX designer special new classic diving watch launched
   PROSPEX diving watch’s anti-impact coated case is a major feature of it. It looks like canned catfish at first glance, so it is also nicknamed ‘canned catfish’ by watch fans. With SEIKO precise moment, it is well received by professional divers. trust. This year, SEIKO also invited the creative director of LOWERCASE to participate in the design of Yoshihara Sugawara. Inspired by the first TUNA Watch in 1975, it designed easy-to-use sizes, and launched three classic black and white ‘SBDN021J’ and textured blue gold ‘SBDN026J ‘, Stylish black gold model’ SBDN028J ‘. The time scale uses SEIKO’s patented Lumibrite luminous paint. The watch can be submerged to 200 meters. It can clearly identify the time in the ocean where light cannot penetrate, and is equipped with an environmentally friendly solar movement to ensure the safety of divers under water.

PROSPEX designer special model SBDN028, stainless steel case, hard-coated plastic outer ring protection ring, waterproof 200 meters, V147 solar movement, fully charged up to ten months of power.

Greg Norman Attends Omega Brand Event In Chicago

At the exclusive event of Omega from September 8th to 9th, 2014, Omega Celebrity Ambassador Golf Legend “Great White Shark” Greg Norman met with the guests and customers.

On the evening of September 8th, Greg Norman received and signed some 50 guests at a signature book sales event held at the Omega Store on Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago.

The following Tuesday morning, the member of the World Golf Hall of Fame left a precious memory for Omega’s customers and club members for about 40 at the OakPark Country Club at RiverGrove. Norman talked to everyone on the golf driving range and played an hour of golf to share his experience and knowledge. Guests then left the golf course and started a nine-hole golf game.

The event was held at Omega Michigan Avenue and Oak Park Country Club to celebrate the cooperation between Omega and Norman, and also to celebrate Omega’s official timing and brand support for American golf in the American Professional Golf Association.

Greg Norman’s nickname ‘Great White Shark’ is not only reminiscent of his Australian nationality, but also represents his extremely aggressive style of play. It is this style that has made him one of the most iconic golfers in the golf world. Since turning professional, Norman has won a total of 91 titles, including 20 U.S. PGA Tour titles and two British Open Grand Slam titles in 1986 and 1993. What’s even more amazing is that between the end of the 1980s and the early 1990s, Norman once held the top spot in golf for 331 consecutive weeks.

Greg Norman not only has a brilliant record on the golf course, he has also performed brilliantly in the business world. As the CEO of GreatWhiteSharkEnterprises, he has created a global business kingdom focused on golf and the lifestyle of golf. In recognition of his extraordinary achievements as a golfer, athlete, entrepreneur, writer and philanthropist, Norman was inducted into the Global Golf Hall of Fame in 2001. (Picture / Text Watch House Xiao Sen)

Sihh 2015 Jaeger-lecoultre Pocket Watch Timepiece Overture To Astronomy

The pocket watch was originally a miniature version of the clock, which appeared as early as the 15th century. For centuries, however, the key was needed to wind a pocket watch, and this situation did not change until the nineteenth century. Antoine LeCoultre, the founder of the Jaeger-LeCoultre workshop, is a self-taught watchmaking genius who invented a revolutionary machine called the ‘lever-winding crown’ and developed a safe The reliable mass production system makes the keyless winding system widely used.
   Since 1870, driven by Elie LeCoultre, the son of Anthony, the watch factory has launched some of the complex function timepieces manufactured with mechanized technology, which have been highly praised for their precise and reliable performance. Jaeger-LeCoultre sells its movements to the top watchmaking companies in Switzerland and around the world.
   Since the end of the nineteenth century, ‘super complex watch’ means when the watch is equipped with three representative complex functions, including perpetual calendar, chronograph and minute repeater. Jaeger-LeCoultre watchmakers draw inspiration from the movement of the earth and the complications of the calendar, adding perpetual calendar display to many timepieces, leading watch connoisseurs to explore the mysteries of celestial bodies.

1890 Minute Repeater with Almanac and Date Retrograde Function
  This watch is equipped with an annual calendar function, setting a precedent for the perpetual calendar complication. This pocket watch indicates the date with the sun on the central retrograde hand and displays the day with an engraved time dial. The oval window shows the moon phase and the sub-dial shows the month. Large open flame enamel dial, finely carved 18K yellow gold case, LeCoultre 19HPSM mechanical movement.

Circa 1895, superb complexity
   As early as the 20th century, the Jaeger-LeCoultre workshops produced the first superbly complex watches. This pocket watch is equipped with a perpetual calendar function: the day and date display window, and the month, leap year and moon phase displays. In addition, the pocket watch is equipped with a minute repeater function and a rangefinder, LeCoultre 19 / 20RMCSQ mechanical movement.

1934, Perpetual calendar pocket watch
   The pocket watch is equipped with a calibrated perpetual calendar function, which can automatically operate according to the day of the week, month and leap year without manual adjustment. Pocket watches can display the date, day of the week, month, leap year and moon phase. Large open flame enamel dial. LeCoultre 19LRCB mechanical movement. Stainless steel case.

1949 Jacques-David LeCoultre Calendar Watch
   This piece pays tribute to Jacques-David LeCoultre (1875-1948), who led the watch factory for half a century. This watch is also one of the first to incorporate a calendar complication, displaying the day, date, month, and moon phases. 18K yellow gold case, Jaeger-LeCoultre 486 mechanical movement.

Movado Museum Dial 70th Anniversary Special Commemorative Series

Reify time with bold and simple ideas. The dial designed by Bauhaus artist Nathan George Howett in 1947. The single dot at 12 o’clock represents the noon sun. It is known as one of the purest minimalist designs in the history of clocks. This legendary dial, also known as the Movado Museum Dial, is a design that the brand owns intellectual property and has won numerous awards. It is considered one of the symbols of modernism. It is an original, artistic, beautiful, Special design full of spirituality. In 1960, the Museum of Modern Art in New York collected the dials designed by Howitt into a collection of ‘Museum Dials’. Today, Movado watches have been collected by more than 20 well-known museums in the world.

   To celebrate the 70th anniversary of this legendary design, Movado launched a special men’s and women’s watch with a museum dial. Drawing on the simple, elegant and practical aesthetics of the Bauhaus school, combined with the original design details of Howett, these ultra-thin new watches perfectly integrate simple design and practicality.

   The men’s watch is a 40 mm round case made of PVD gold-plated stainless steel with a thickness of 6.3 mm. The minimalist black lacquered museum dial is decorated with elegant golden rod hands and flat dots at 12 o’clock. This classic new watch is paired with a black calf leather strap and gold-toned stainless steel tongue buckles.

   The women’s 35 mm round case is crafted from warm PVD rose gold and is 5.85 mm thick. The white museum dial is decorated with rose gold rod-shaped hands and flat dots at 12 o’clock. With a white calfskin strap and tonal rose gold tongue buckle.
Each watch is limited to 300 pieces, with the commemorative ’70 YEARS OF MODERN DESIGN ‘engraved on the case back to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the birth of the iconic Howard Museum Dial. The watch has a water resistance of 30 meters.
Product parameters:
Movement: Swiss quartz movement ETA 901.001
Dial: Black dial with gold rod-shaped hands and flat dots at 12 o’clock, or white gold with rose gold hands and flat dots at 12 o’clock.
Case: Round polished PVD gold-plated or rose gold-plated stainless steel case, flat scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. ’70 YEARS OF MODERN DESIGN’ is engraved on the back of the watch. 30 meters life waterproof performance.
Strap: black calfskin strap with PVD gold-plated stainless steel tongue buckle, or white calfskin strap with PVD gold-plated stainless steel tongue buckle.
Specifications: Male (40mm) / Female (35mm)