Kunlun Introduces The Golden Bridge And Miss Golden Bridge Color Gem Watches

As we can see in the picture, the Golden Bridge and Miss Golden Bridge watches are full of dazzling gems, exuding charming charm as if having some hypnotic power. The gems are cut into rectangular shapes with mechanical beauty, and the gradual sapphires and diamonds show charming colors.

  Kunlun chose gemstones and golden bridges to match. A variety of blue stones and white diamonds of different shades were set on the dial, lugs and case of the watch, designed into a undulating pattern, forming a shining beauty on the wrist. The watch is set with a total of 546 baguette sapphires (approximately 20.63 carats) and 478 diamonds (approximately 14.01 carats). Another watch is set with 360 sapphires (approximately 15.18 carats) and 10 diamonds (approximately 0.29 carats). Model with blue alligator leather strap, set with 26 round diamonds (approximately 0.31 carats) on the buckle.

  At the same time, Kunlun has designed a series of pink-tone watches for women. Seven subtle colors make up this charming watch. The dial is set with a total of 84 pink sapphires (approximately 1.56 carats). A total of 53 sapphires (approximately 3.1 carats) are set on the shining frame. 233 pink sapphires are cut into a trapezoidal setting on the case (approximately 6.83 carats). The case is also set with 176 diamonds (approximately 5.16 carats). With a white alligator strap and diamond 18k white gold folding clasp (approximately 0.23 carats), this watch is also a glamorous and charming jewelry.

  This charming watch is equipped with a well-deserved special mechanism, the CO113 movement. The movement guarantees ultra-precise travel time and is equipped with a variable inertia balance to ensure impressive long-term regularity. Not only that, this movement is also a real work of art. Its 18k yellow gold bridge is engraved with Kunlun’s signature, accompanied by a slender pattern, as if returning to the forest where Cholu was born. In order to ensure the visibility of the movement, the back and sides of the watch are transparent, and the four-sided sapphire crystal glass provides a 360-degree viewing environment. This sophisticated movement has a frequency of 4 Hz (28,800 times / hour) and a 40-hour power reserve. For more watch information, stay tuned for Watch House.

Watch parameters
Movement number: CO 113
Movement type: manual
Function: hour, minute
Power reserve: 40 hours
Frequency: 4 Hz, 28,800 times / hour
Dimensions: 14 3/4 ” ‘× 5’
Ruby: 19
Features: CORUM logo carved on 18k gold bridge

Case shape: barrel type
Size: 35.00 X51.20 mm
Thickness: 13.98 mm
Case material: 18K white gold
Crown material: 18K white gold engraved CORUM logo
Water resistance: 30 meters / 3 atmospheres

Strap material: crocodile leather
Color: blue
Lugs / Buckles: 19/18 mm
Buckle type: triple folding buckle 26 round diamonds about 0.31 carats
Buckle material: 18k white gold
Buckle Features: Carved CORUM Logo 2 Buttons for Opening and Fastening System

Watch parameters
Movement number: CO 113
Movement type: manual
Function: hour, minute
Power reserve: 40 hours
Frequency: 4 Hz, 28,800 times / hour
Dimensions: 14 3/4 ” ‘× 5’
Ruby: 19
Features: CORUM logo carved on 18k gold bridge

Case shape: barrel type
Size: 23.30 X44.26 mm
Thickness: 13.03 mm
Case material: 18K white gold
Crown material: 18K white gold engraved CORUM logo
Water resistance: 30 meters / 3 atmospheres

Strap material: crocodile leather
Color: white
Buckle type: Triple folding buckle 20 round diamonds about 0.23 carats
Buckle material: 18k white gold
Buckle Features: Carved CORUM Logo 2 Buttons for Opening and Fastening System

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The Extraordinary Zenith Winsor Windsor Chronograph

Following the launch of complex functions such as power reserve function, moon phase display, second time zone, Zenith’s Commander Chronograph series introduces new features, and launches Commander Windsor equipped with annual calendar complex functions A chronograph watch that combines the world’s most accurate mass-produced movement with the novel and avant-garde practical and complex functions, and kicks off the cooperation between the International Clock Museum and Zenith Watchmaking Factory.

 Commander Winsor’s chronographs are distinguished by their extraordinary complexity. The birth of this outstanding design must be attributed to the Musée International d’ Horlogerie de la Chaux-de-fonds. The talented museum curator Ludwig Oechslin has designed an intricate annual calendar complication that not only displays the day, date, and month, but only needs to be adjusted once a year. For many chronograph collectors, compared with the perpetual calendar function, the complex functions of the almanac are more intimate. The layout of the timepiece is clear and easy to understand, with unique ingenuity. The time is displayed on three concentric disks: the outer disk displays the date, the middle disk displays the month, and the inner disk displays the day of the week. The appearance of this mechanism is simple and elegant, and the operation is complex and delicate. When the number of days is 31 days, the date dial advances the month dial; when the number of days is 30 days, the month dial skips the number 31 directly. Manual adjustments are only needed at the meeting in February and March. The watch has a novel concept and a subtle design. Most of the calendar complex functions consist of 30 or 40 moving parts, while this work only has 9 moving parts.
‘The watch is novel in concept, with a design that is implicit and restrained, with only 9 moving parts.’ The collaboration between the International Watch Museum and Zenith. Commander Winsor Windsor Chronograph is a perfect fusion of Zenith Commander Chronograph and calendar complexities. It is the result of the collaboration between Zenith Watch Factory and the International Watch Museum. To this end, the International Watch Museum will set up two permanent exhibitions related to hours and seconds.
This chronograph is equipped with the highly accurate EL Primero movement, which fully reflects the exquisite watchmaking skills of Zenith. For more than 40 years, the EL Primero movement has been researched and developed in the Zenith watch factory. It is the only mass-produced movement in the world with a frequency of 36,000 times per hour. In other words, the EL Primero movement has a vibration of 10 per second. Second, only outstanding timepieces can be equipped with this remarkable automatic movement. For this reason, the Zenith watch factory leaves it to the brand’s timepieces. Commander Winsor’s Windsor chronograph is equipped with the EL Primero 4054 automatic movement. It is entirely manufactured by the watch factory and decorated with Geneva ripples and pearl polishing. Through the sapphire crystal back, the inside of the movement is visible.

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Tudor Launches New 1200 Series To Explore New Depths Of The Ocean

The Hydro 1200 watch continues the princely sun-shaped appearance and deep ocean temperament of the Prince of the Ocean, combining high technology and excellent performance in one body. The waterproof function has been extended to an unprecedented depth & mdash; & mdash; 1200 meters. The Hydro 1200 watch combines a more distinct and independent character, with outstanding waterproof performance, has become an eye-catching new favorite among many diving watches, and inspired the mysterious endless deep-sea plot in the heart of the contemporary elite.

The Hydro 1200 is manufactured by the original factory in Geneva, Switzerland. The case is water-resistant to 1,200 meters, and the 3 mm-thick crystal glass surface can withstand strong pressure from the deep sea.

 The Tudor 1200 watch is specially equipped with a helium exhaust valve. The gas infiltrated into the watch during the dive can be discharged through the helium exhaust valve during decompression. Satin and polished stainless steel case, stainless steel and black ceramic strap, with safety buckle or stretch rubber strap and lock. The streamlined design pointer fully reflects the nautical style, and fully expresses the overall deep sea temperament. Black unidirectional rotating outer ring, black surface, dynamic and deep and classic.

& Middot; stainless steel (45 mm)
& Middot; automatic mechanical movement
& Middot; Water-resistant to 1200 meters (3930 feet), helium-exhaust valve
& Middot; satin and polished stainless steel case
& Middot; black unidirectional rotating outer ring
& Middot; black surface
& Middot; calendar at 3 o’clock
& Middot; crystal glass face, screw-down crown
& Middot; stainless steel and black ceramic combination with safety buckle

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Introduction To Oris Ouyang Ruoxi Limited Table

Oris TT3 is proud again! It will dominate the track in an invincible position. Due to the enthusiasm of the Porsche 997 driven by Ouyang Ruoxi in the PCCA Double Class A Championship, Oris has carefully created 2 models with cool, dynamic and technological appearance, each limited to 997-to Porsche 997 Compliment.

 Inspired by the technological characteristics of the Porsche 911 GT3 RSR and 911 GT3 Cup, both watch sizes (43.50mm and 41.00mm) ensure excellent comfort when worn. The black-plated DLC-coated curved case emphasizes high durability in addition to a strong style. The personalized rubber strap with movable lugs fully showcases the characteristics of the watch.

 The extraordinary and unique transparent glass dial is printed with Y-shaped rims, which vividly reflects the atmosphere of a sports car, and provides a high-quality mechanical movement and date collar. The hierarchical distribution of the dial creates a striking 3D three-dimensional effect. The numerals of the fluorescent material on the dial are exactly the same as the style of the Porsche sports car, achieving the integrity of precision and unity.

 Staring at the back and forth movement of the Oris mechanical movement is just like watching Ouyang Ruoxi running fast on the track: flexible and smooth, freely controlled and dynamic.
 The instantaneous headroom & hellip; .. TT3 of the track enters the battlefield with great strength!

 Oris limited edition watch, the extraordinary unique transparent glass dial printed with Porsche rims. The numbers 3, 6, 9, and 12 on the dial are exactly the same as the style of the dashboard of a Porsche sports car driven by Ouyang Ruoxi, achieving the integrity of precision and unity.

 Oris Brand Ambassador Ouyang Ruoxi is an internationally renowned Porsche racer, driving his exclusive Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (Type 997), becoming the only one to win 2 times at the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia (PCCA) event A superstar strength star.

 Oris limited edition watch with limited number engraved on the side of the case at 9 o’clock. The date is marked with a red arrow at 4 o’clock.

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Tissot T02 Series Women’s Watch For Women

Exclusive for women
  The name of the Tissot T02 watch comes from a popular series launched by the brand in 1999-the Tissot T series. This is the first time Tissot has used a female designer to design a female watch. In her design, the “T” logo is incorporated to emphasize the brand’s presence. Today, the design of Tissot T02 also draws on the elements of the T series. The famous ‘T’ logo is also used at the lug, which cleverly connects the case and the strap, and it itself has become a part of the strap, which is completely integrated. The watch is like a fine piece of jewelry that can be worn on any occasion. Its simple design, but always remind consumers that it is ‘made by Tissot.’

  Ingenuity details
Many details of the 02T02 series enrich the elegant connotation of the watch. All models feature square mother-of-pearl in the center of the dial, creating a silky smooth texture. The area around it is frosted, forming an interesting contrast and contrast with the central area. The collection uses elegant bar or diamond scales to create an unmatched femininity. Interestingly, the case and strap of the T02 series are also polished and matte, which contrasts with the dial design and is worth playing. These subtle details reveal endless elegance.

Technical parameters |
Made in Switzerland
Quartz Movement
Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
316L stainless steel case
Water-resistant to 5 bar (50 m / 165 ft)
316L stainless steel case, leather strap or silk strap
Gold models with PVD coating
Extreme model set with 56 top Wesselton diamonds

  Note: All diamonds are of the highest quality Weselton. They come from legitimate sources, without any financial conflicts, and are fully in line with United Nations regulations. Based on written certification provided by the diamond supplier and / or years of industry experience, Tissot hereby warrants that the diamonds used are by no means conflict diamonds.

  ‘Made in Switzerland’ is the brand that Tissot has never worn out. It makes the brand stand out from the rest of the world. The ‘+’ in the Tissot logo is the same as the Swiss flag, which is a symbol of quality, showing the reliable quality that the brand has inherited since 1853. Tissot is an innovative brand, but it has never forgotten its Swiss roots. It was founded more than 160 years ago in the small town of Lillo in the Swiss Jura Mountains, and its headquarters are still located there today. The quality of Tissot products is pure, but the price is very approachable. They select special materials, carry advanced functions, and use exquisite designs to perfectly integrate precision performance and stylish appearance. Tissot’s high performance and high quality have long been recognized by many parties. It serves as the World Motorcycle Championship MotoGPTM, FIM World Superbike, FIBA, Australian Rugby Federation AFL, RBS Six Nations Rugby Championship, and the world of cycling, fencing and ice hockey Officially designated timing and partners for the tournament. Tissot is a member of the Swatch Group, the world’s largest watch manufacturer and distributor, with sales outlets in more than 160 countries. The brand will continue to launch innovative products with a pioneering spirit and continue to write its brand concept-‘Innovation, from tradition’. For more information, visit www.tissot.ch.

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Aitorie Skola Wins Jaeger-lecoultre Director’s Honor Award At The 2013 Venice Film Festival

The Biennale di Venezia and Jaeger-LeCoultre are proud to announce that the Italian film master Ettore Scola has won the Jaeger Director of the Year 2013 -LeCoultre Glory to the Filmmaker 2013), this award recognizes filmmakers who have contributed to the revolution of contemporary cinema.

 In response to this award for Ettorio Scola, Alberto Barbera, President of the Venice International Film Festival, said: ‘From the satirist of Marc’Aurelio magazine to the successful filmmaker, Scoola finally Become one of the great playwrights of Italian cinema. This year’s Venice International Film Festival presents his film work-‘A tribute to his friend Federico Fellini.’ He first wrote for the screenwriter, then As a director, he has made a great contribution to the glory and global reputation of Italian cinema. Thanks to this award, he thanked him for presenting countless classics in his long and successful career. ‘
 Mr. Riyad, President of Jaeger-LeCoultre Global, said: ‘In 2013, the 180th anniversary of the brand’s birthday, not only has Jaeger-LeCoultre become one of the watch industry giants, it has become a leader in the industry’s innovation and creation, it is also the guardian of watchmaking tradition. Film The world and the watch industry have the same obsession with pioneering and innovative. For a long time, the close connection between Jaeger-LeCoultre and the seventh type of art undoubtedly stems from the commonality of the two worlds-passionate creativity and art that will inspire the soul. A long tradition of perfect integration with bold technological breakthroughs. ‘
 During the 70th Venice International Film Festival (August 28-September 7, 2013), Albert Barbera hosted the award ceremony on September 6, and officially awarded this prize to Etolle • Skora. The award ceremony was co-hosted by the Venice Biennale, chaired by Paolo Baratta.

 At the 70th Venice International Film Festival, after the awards ceremony at the Sala Grande Theatre, the latest work by Etoileo Scolola, Fetrigo Fellini’s 20th anniversary, was held ‘What a Strange Name Fetrigo! (Chestrano chiamarsi Federico) world premiere.
 The film directed by Aitorie Skola has been shortlisted twice at the Venice International Film Festival. In 1989, what time is it? ‘Che ora e?’ Starring Marcello Mastroianni and Massimo Troisi won the best actor award; in 1995, the film ‘Love Actor Isabella Ferrari of ‘Romanzo di un giovane povero’ won the award for best supporting actress. In 1998, Scoola chaired the International Jury and awarded the Golden Lion Award to Gianni Amelio’s film Cosi ridevano. Etoileo Skola has also been nominated four times for Oscars: Una giornata particolare in 1977, Inuovi mostri in 1978, and Ballando ballando in 1983 ) And La Famiglia, 1988. Skola also won seven ‘Italy Silver Ribbon Awards’, six ‘Italian Film Awards’ (David di Donatello) and three French Caesars.

 Jaeger-LeCoultre has been the official partner of the Venice International Film Festival for nine consecutive years, and has awarded the director’s honor award seven times. In the past few years, the honor has been awarded to Japanese director Takeshi Kitano (2007), Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami (2008), and French director Anez Varda ( Agnes Varda (2008), American director and actor Sylvester Stallone (2009), Indian director Mani Ratnam (2010), and American director and actor Al • Al Pacino (2011) and American director and producer Spike Lee (2012). Ettorio Scola was the first Italian filmmaker to receive this award.

Ettore Scola, born in Trevico, Avellino, Italy in 1931, is Italy’s premier film pioneer and has been known for 50 years as an international screenwriter. Director, has made great contributions to the development of Italian film art. When he was young, he and Federico Fellini wrote for Marc’Aurelio, a satirical magazine in Rome. He began his career as a screenwriter in the early 1950s and became a behind-the-scenes director in the mid-1960s. As a screenwriter, he may be one of the founding fathers of Italian-style comedy. He participated in the creation of a series of works in this genre, such as Il sorpasso and I mostri, Io la conoscevo bene. The long exploration broadened his horizons and trained his delicate and profound writing style, which not only captured the hearts of Italian audiences, but also received high praise abroad (especially France). After becoming a director, he gradually shifted his interest to other topics and adopted more sophisticated narrative techniques. The film ‘We are so in love’ (C’eravamo tanto amati (1974)) is a mixed bag of ups and downs, reflecting the director’s criticism and reflection on the basis of these changes. This film starring Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi and Stefania Sandrelli looks at the meaning of friendship and looks at The post-war era of Italy reflected. Through a series of symbolic plots that reflect marginalized society, the film presents the life in this period of Italian history. Since then, the film ‘Fear, Filth, Evil’ (Brutti, sporchi e cattivi (1976)) has won him the best director award at the Cannes Film Festival. ‘A Special Day’ (Una giornata particolare (1977) nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film), the film tells the bitter experience of two people who have endured loneliness for different reasons after encountering each other, Sophia Roland Loren) and Marcello Mastroianni performed these two roles, and the latter was nominated for an Oscar. Shows Roman high in the film ‘La Terrazza (1980)’ starring Ugo Tognazzi, Vittorio Gasman and Marcelo Masduani The ruthless beings of social beings and pseudo-intellectuals. The ballroom (Ballando ballando, 1983), nominated for an Oscar for best foreign language film and two Caesars, epitomizes a 50-year history of France in a dance hall. The film has no dialogue except for music, which becomes a unique testimony of the director’s courage to try. La Famiglia (1986) starring Vittorio Gasman, Stephania Sandelli and Fanny Ardant is nominated again for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film An ukiyo-e painting spanning 80 years of life. In the film, Skola documents the changes and contradictions in a brand-new Italian society. ‘What time is it?’ (Che ora e? (1989) and Romanzo di un giovane povero (1995) are entries for the Venice International Film Festival. In both films, the director looks at news stories from a bizarre perspective. Since then, The Dinner (La cena, 1998), still starring Vittorio Gasman, Stephania Sandelli, and Fanny Yadang, has been captured quickly using a single time and place narrative A magnificent portrait of contemporary Italy. Concorrenza sleale starred in Diego Abatantuono, Sergio Castellitto and Gerard Dépardieu (2001), and since 1930, Italians have filed painful complaints of acquiescence to the spread of racism. Skola tells and portrays the Romans today with affection through the semi-documentary film The Romans (Gente di Roma, 2003). In 2011, Aitorie Skola won the Lifetime Achievement Award at the ‘Italy Film Awards’ on his 80th birthday. In 2012, he won the Grand Prix of Turin, Italy (Gran Premio Torino).

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The Omega Brand’s Road To Success

Swiss watches Omega in 130 countries around the world, through watches sold by outstanding distributors, each of which is a modern youth ‘dream dream’ wrist watch, representing their right ‘Omega World’ recognition and pursuit. In the ‘Omega World’, there is a Speedmaster professional series that accompanies human airspace-the first and only ‘Moon Watch’ ‘one step to the moon’; it has become the designated timepiece for the 21st Olympic Games , Won numerous awards for accurate timepieces and best designs.

           Omega Speedmaster-1957

 Omega Constellation Observatory Number OT 2699-1954

 Omega is an inevitable choice for prominent global figures, including international supermodel Cindy Crawford and world champion Formula One driver Michael Schumacher. In the United States, Omega is the most popular and best-selling brand watch. Founded by Louis Brandt in 1848, Omega marks a glorious achievement in the history of watchmaking and is proud of its peers.

 Omega Seahorse Series Ocean Universe 600M SKYFALL

 Stephen Urquhart and Nicole Kidman

 As early as 1892, Omega launched the world’s first spring-loaded watch. Two years later, in 1894, the world-renowned Omega 19-caliber movement was produced. The manufacture of this movement incorporated revolutionary advanced technology , With its several outstanding features, such as the crown adjustment time, named after the official brand Omega, making Omega at the time Switzerland’s leading watchmaker. Omega is the last letter of the Greek alphabet, meaning perfection, achievement, beauty and excellence. Since then, Omega has steadily occupied the leading position in watchmaking with its advanced technology and outstanding watchmaking art, and has created countless remarkable achievements.

                Omega Speedmaster 18K Commemorates Apollo Eleven Landing

 Omega Seahorse Reference CK 2518-1948

 Seahorse Aqua

 ‘Ω’ is the 24th and last letter in Greek. It symbolizes the beginning and the end of things, the first and the last, similar to the cycle of ‘last means first, end is also beginning’ in Asian philosophy. It represents the extraordinary quality of ‘perfect, extreme, excellence, achievement’, and interprets Omega’s business philosophy of pursuing ‘excellent quality’ and the spirit of ‘adhering to tradition and being brave in innovation’.

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The ‘two Sessions’ Of Basel Vs Geneva Watch Show

As two of the world’s most famous watch exhibitions, the Geneva and Basel exhibitions are held one after the other each year as scheduled, which can’t help but confuse people: why the exhibitions on the same theme are separated These two cities are so densely hosted? What is even more amazing is that their respective influences are so powerful? What is the difference between them?
 For watch lovers, the two major watch exhibitions in Switzerland every year are not to be missed. They are the Geneva watch exhibition in January and the Basel watch exhibition in March. The two watch exhibitions are nicknamed ‘watch and clock conference’. Although both are exhibitions, although they have a huge influence, the history and scale of the two are different, and even the target groups are different.
History: 20 vs. 100 PK

If you want to talk about seniority, Basel is definitely more advantageous. Its origins can be traced back to 1917 and has a history of nearly a century. The history of the Geneva watch exhibition is much shorter. It was born in 1991 and developed. In a few years, there will be only 21 years.

Big difference

According to the official statistics of the Basel Watch Fair, there were 1,892 exhibitors in 2011, and 3055 journalists from 70 countries came to Basel to report on the watch fair. The number of visitors reached 100,000 and the exhibition area was about 160,000 square meters. These figures are enough to reflect the influence and unprecedented grandeur of the Basel show.

In contrast, the Geneva watch fair presents a niche and private atmosphere. It does not have the hustle and bustle of the brand at Basel. It may have only about twenty exhibitors, of which Richemont Group (Richemont Group) Group’s watch brands account for the majority. These include absolute big names in the watch industry such as Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, IWC, Earl, Baume & Mercier, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Lange, Panerai, Vacheron Constantin, and some independent watch brands such as Coopers, Parmigiani Richard Miller.

The audience is different
 Everyone who is familiar with the watch industry has heard a word-it is difficult to enter Basel and Geneva. This is because the Basel Watch Fair is open to the public, whoever you are, just buy a ticket and you can enter the exhibition site. But the Geneva watch fair is much more expensive. It is not open to the public and can only be attended by invitation. Otherwise, even if you reach the entrance of the exhibition hall, you will not be able to enter.
 So relatively speaking, Geneva is a relatively private salon for watchmakers, orderers and the media, while Basel is a huge expo open to exhibitors, media and visitors from all over the world. In any case, SIHH and BASELWORLD, they are the definers of ‘world time’.

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Travis Fermier Unveiled The Montblanc Star Classic Self-winding Watch At The Premiere Of The Movie ‘project Mcgee’ In New York

(May 5, 2016, New York, U.S.A.) Director Rebecca Miller’s latest movie, Maggie’s Plan, premiered in New York At the ceremony, the main creative team and the main actors all attended the scene. The film starred in Australian male actor Travis Fimmel wearing a Montblanc star classic automatic watch to attend the premiere of the day.

Australian actor Travis Fermier at the New York premiere of film ‘Project McGee’

Montblanc star classic automatic winding watch
   As the former male model of the Calvin Klein brand, Travis Fermier once captured a lot of fans with his handsome flowing blonde hair and strong physique; in addition to his model identity, he is currently on the hot Starring in the annual drama ‘Viking Legend’ of American History Channel, with his masculine and savvy image, it has been widely praised and praised by fans. On the day of the premiere of ‘Project McGee’, Travis Fermier was dressed in a tight-fitting black shirt with dark blue trousers, handsome and neat, with a simple and thin Montblanc star classic automatic watch on his wrist. Reciprocal: The white dial and black alligator strap bring the finishing touch to the overall deep tone. The beauty of Montblanc’s star classic self-winding watch is thin, neat, well-sized, simple and precise. The three-hand watch can not only be paired with a formal dress, but also be relaxed and confident in daily dating.

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