Cheap Replica Longines The Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping

— Bertram Allen on Romanov wins the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Paris.

 

This weekend, the best riders and horses were gathered in the French capital for the Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping, the eighth stage of the Longines Global Champions Tour. On Saturday, after a thrilling trial, Bertram Allen on Romanov won the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Paris, followed by Diniz Luciana (Portugal) on Fit For Fun 13 and Darragh Kenny (Ireland) on Sans Souci Z.

For the second year running, the Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping is included in the Longines Global Champions Tour (LGCT), a prestigious 15-stage tour of which Longines is the Title Partner and Official Timekeeper since 2013. In addition, this 5* show jumping event, the highest category in the FEI’s hierarchy, counts towards the world’s ranking of the discipline: the Longines Rankings.

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Prize-giving ceremony of the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Paris with Bertram Allen, winner, Luciana Diniz, second and Darragh Kenny, third, Juan-Carlos Capelli, Longines Vice-President and Head of International Marketing and Virginie Coupérie-Eiffel, President of the Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping.
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This event was the perfect opportunity to discover the Longines DolceVita collection. Since its inception, this line has illustrated worldwide the brand’s contemporary elegance. This year Longines has decided to offer a new interpretation of this collection, subtly combining geometric lines with soft curves.

The Official Replica Rolex Watches of the Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping, decorated with diamonds and cased in steel, features a silver-coloured “flinqué” dial adorned with painted Roman numerals. Driven by their quartz movement, the blued-steel hands point to the passing hours and minutes. This timepiece is mounted on a stainless steel bracelet.

Cheap Director of the London Replica Watches Department

— The latest arrival at Phillips has handled over 20,000 replica watches for sale in his career


Renowned watch expert Paul Maudsley has joined Phillips as International Specialist, Director of the London Watches Department. He is credited with transforming the UK watch market and has handled over 20,000 watches in his 16-year career, which equates to one and a half watches every working hour of every working day over that period.

Maudsley has been collecting watches from the age of 13 and has thus developed a love and broad knowledge of horology. Organising watch auctions on three continents, Paul has been responsible for sourcing some of the finest quality timepieces in the world. He has a well-known passion for Rolex sports replica watches and has a great knowledge of the many different models and variations produced, setting numerous records for such pieces at auction.

Aurel Bacs, senior consultant says: “We warmly welcome Paul Maudsley to the team and look forward to working with him on the lead up to our sales this fall on 7 and 8 November in Geneva and our inaugural watch auction in Hong Kong taking place on 1 December. Our existing team of passionate specialists has already demonstrated their strength with the outstanding results from the May auctions in Geneva and will further benefit from Paul’s knowledge and expertise.”

Paul joins Phillips international team of Cheap Replica Breitling Watches Specialists including Kate Lacey, Specialist based in London, Paul Boutros, International Strategy Advisor in New York and Jill Chen, Business Development Director, based in Phillips’ Hong Kong office which opens in August.

 

Longines replica watches Video. Stefanie Graf opens the Longines store in Paris

— Longines replica watches CEO Walter von Känel welcomed Stefanie Graf at the brand’s new store in Paris for its official replica Rolex watches inauguration.

Cheap fake Omega watches ambassador Stefanie Graf officially opened the Replica Longines Watches Paris store during this year’s Roland Garros tournament. The St. Imier brand dominated Paris with its billboard advertising, “Smash bus”, on-court presence and accompanied this important sponsorship with a dedicated TV advertising campaign.

Technique The differential explained replica watches sale

— What does a differential do? How does it work? Where does it come from? And can we do without it?

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Watchmaking vocabulary is sometimes puzzling. Every part or component in a watch has a name, but it doesn’t always tell you what it means or what it does. The differential is a case in point, and if it is explained you’re not necessarily any the wiser. The differential is a gear system, which is mainly found in cheap replica watches with more than one escapement, such as double balance wheels or double tourbillons. It has an essential function: namely providing the average between two rates.

So you’re still none the wiser? What does it really mean? Let’s take the most common example: the double tourbillon. This kind of movement has two balance wheels, or two regulating organs that govern the rate of the Swiss replica Rolex watches instead of one. They are usually twinned : two sets of balance and spring, wheels and bridges with the same mass and modulus of elasticity. Although they might look alike they are not quite identical. Their behaviours are slightly different and the differences vary over time. The two tourbillons never turn at exactly the same speed. It’s a question of infinitesimal frequency with differences in tenths of a hertz that are almost impossible to measure but which nevertheless accumulate. Things become all the more critical when the two balances deliberately beat at different frequencies.

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The differential for the striking mechanism in the Patek Philippe Grandmaster Chime.
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So you’re still none the wiser? What does it really mean? Let’s take the most common example: the double tourbillon. This kind of movement has two balance wheels, or two regulating organs that govern the rate of the Omgea replica watches UK instead of one. They are usually twinned : two sets of balance and spring, wheels and bridges with the same mass and modulus of elasticity. Although they might look alike they are not quite identical. Their behaviours are slightly different and the differences vary over time. The two tourbillons never turn at exactly the same speed. It’s a question of infinitesimal frequency with differences in tenths of a hertz that are almost impossible to measure but which nevertheless accumulate. Things become all the more critical when the two balances deliberately beat at different frequencies.

The operation is the same in the double tourbillon. The faster tourbillon transmits more energy to the going train while the slower one transmits less. In the end, the escapement’s transformation of energy into time becomes more efficient because it is the result of an average.

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Centre. The spherical differential linking the tourbillons in a Greubel Forsey watch.
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The differential consists of conical gears that link the two shafts. If both shafts are rotating at the same speed the differential is inactive. If the speeds are unequal, the differential takes energy from the faster side and transmits it through gears to speed up the slower shaft. The overall amount of energy remains the same, but its distribution varies. The system was invented by a French engineer in the 1830s and it seems that it was horologically inspired.

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The differential used by Cartier in its ID2 concept watch to reduce the transmitted force and the resulting friction.
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One can do without a differential, but the alternative is far less simple. You have to apply the counter-intuitive and nebulous phenomenon of resonance. When two balance wheels are in harmonic resonance they compensate one another’s frequencies to maintain a steady rate. Matching them is extremely complicated and it is equally difficult to get them to work together, especially in a constantly moving object like a wrist fake Breitling watches. So however complicated it might be, the differential remains the lesser of two evils.

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A differential is indispensible in this Roger Dubuis double tourbillon.
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