Another limited edition that the brand intends to exhibit at Baselworld 2012 series is Les Grandes Classiques Venus 203 timepiece (reference amount A 93955 AA01). Its main feature is that the renowned Venus 203 mechanical hand-wound motion which was assembled by Ateliers Venus SA at the center of the previous century. This quality, the same as the one in the first product by Aerowatch, features rhodium plating and Côtes de Genève decoration. It includes 17 jewels and its equilibrium oscillates 18,000 times throughout the course of an hour. A power book featured in the motion which was made from 1950 is 36 hours.Aerowatch Les Grandes Classiques Venus 203 is placed in a round polished stainless steel case that’s 41 mm wide and includes a transparent case back that’s secured with six screws. Other similarities with the previous version are the inclusion of a stationary steel bezel, a domed sapphire glass, and water resistance of 50 meters. The very first timepiece by the company with Venus 203 caliber has a silvered dial with sun-brushed pattern. Its general high-class appearance is further accentuated with glistening baton-shaped indexes and hands. More similarities with 1942 Chronograph can be found when we turn attention to its calendar. Date is indicated on a scale located on the flange (via the addition of an extra hand), while month and day screens sit on the top of the. The six o’clock position is the location of moon phase indicator. Its silver face is paired with coffee brown leather strap (20 mm wide) that sticks with an engraved folding buckle.The third model by Aerowatch, which can be insired from the organization’s roots, is filled with attributes that appeal to watch aficionados that cherish conventional style. Its title is Black Tornado (reference amount A 50931 N001) also it is a component of the manufacturer’s Renaissance grande squelette lineup of products.As the title of the series indicate, it is a watch with a skeletonized dial that shows-off the hand-winding pocket watch motion Unitas 6498-1 with lovely curved lines (which are probably responsible for the title “Tornado”).
Its trademark curved lugs may look controversial to your buyers, but actually that they make the watch look much costly than it really is.On the other hand, getting a new strap that can fit such a design may become a real hassle. Also, the choice will probably be considerably limited.Still, the Aerowatch intends to restrict the model’s creation to only 200 pieces, making it an extremely interesting offer.Today, I had the joy of being encouraged by De Time Pte Ltd again, to share a type of timepiece that never got my attention Skeleton watch. The watch that bares it all and shows you everything. Even her internal soul.I have always been a direct opaque dial, 3-hands,time-only-watch guy. Anything from the perimeter could be looked at exciting to me. The Skeleton watch…well…yeah, it’s a 3-hands-time-only watch, but the “openness” clouds the aesthetics of the watch, and might look occupied to some, including me originally. At least until this review.De Time Pte Ltd is very pleased to be the sole retailer for Aerowatch at Singapore. Although they (Aerowatch) have just begun their trip to make their name known in Asia, they have a long history since 1910. That’s 116 years.For any company who can survived two World Wars and the Quartz Crisis deserves my utmost admiration and respect. On top of that, Aerowatch is independent and family owned; another thumbs up in my books.Swiss watch manufacturer Aerowatch will be introducing four new classical-styled versions in the Baselowrld 2012 display. As the family-owned new with big convention announces, Basel will be the location to see just two limited editions. The first is an automatic chrono watch with moon periods from the company’s flagship series 1942, and the other one is the first timepiece by Aerowatch with the iconic Venus 203 movement dubbed Les Grandes Classiques Venus 203. Apart from these two, people of the most significant event in the business will be able to see skeletonized Renaissance Black Tornado and cosmetic ladies watch with a quartz movement in the Idylle series.
The Aerowatch Renaissance 7 Time Zones concurrently displays the local time as well as the prevailing time in six of the world’s leading cities.As a child, I remember my mom serving Sunday lunch. The pans would contain boiling vegetables, the beef needed carving along with the roast potatoes would spatter hot fat anywhere. Within her stressful state she’d often scream, ‘I have just one set of hands’.People, and indeed most watches, have just one set of hands, but the Renaissance 7 Time Zones by Aerowatch includes a plethora of hands and so is capable of obviously imparting the information in seven time zones simultaneously.Mindful of my mum’s words, I had been curious to discover the secret to the timepiece’s coveted capacity to multitask.The dial,The local hour and minutes have been conveyed with blued Breguet hands. The hour markers are presented on a sleek circlet, detailed with various city names, such as London, Moscow, Dubai, Beijing, Tokyo and New York.The period in each of these cities is presented on a total of six snailed subdials, each employing a lone blued hand to exude the prevailing hour in every locale.Clou de Paris adorns the central area of the dial, augmenting the sumptuous feel of this timepiece. A pushpiece in 10 o’clock improvements the local hour in 1 hour increments when travelling from one timezone to another. The local time, together with the period from the six aforementioned towns, is adjusted with the crown at 3 o’clock. Encircling the dial, the chapter ring is marked with black strokes, helping the wearer to read-off the minutes when observing the local time.There is an abundance of detail and information delivered with this dial but it never seems cluttered and its legibility is exemplary.
The opinion comes in a 42-millimeter case using a cambered sapphire-crystal glass. Its see-through case back reveals the lavish finissage of this motion in all of its glory. The opinion is on a blue leather strap with a fold-over grip. Designed by the brand explicitly for aficionados, this version is available only at Aerowatch points of sale.1942 — AUTOMATIC MOON PHASE Ref. A 74969 AA03 · Self-winding meticulous motion, Dubois Dépraz 11 1/2 9231/SW 200, 26 jewels, rhodium-plated oscillating weight with ” Côtes de Genève ” decor · Hours, minutes, seconds indication, analog date at 6 o’clock, moon period at 10 o’clock · Stainless steel case — diameter: 42 mm · Domed sapphire crystal · Transparent case back · Blue sun-brushed dial, blue circular satined date counter · Water-resistant into 50 meters · Light blue leather strap with engraved folding grip. Stainless steel bracelet also available.The new Aerowatch 1910 Hommage Chronograph Limited Edition (ref. 73946 TI01) watch is presented in feather-light titanium instance, which –though quite bulky– tips the scales at some 70 grams!Although Aerowatch isn’t the first brand that comes to mind when thinking about buying an affordable Swiss watch, its own gadgets offer you superb build quality and are equipped with reliable and robust (and well known to any serviceman all around the world) mechanical motions from ETA, Unitas and Dubuis-Depraz. When offered at a reduction, their watches easily beat similar models from Longines, Tissot and the remainder of the mass-produced and over-advertised crowd.
The movement is NAC-coated, skeletonized and finished by hand, and it may be understood from both front and rear, through the sapphire watchglass and caseback. The movement is the Unitas 6498, hand-wound, running at 18,000 vibrations per hour, using a power reserve of approximately 46 hours. AEROWATCH was founded in the Swiss town of La Chaux-de-Fonds at 1910 and had a forwardlooking doctrine from the very start. With its selection of title, the company manifested its open-minded spirit and its affinity with aviation, then still in its fledgling years.For Baselworld 2013, Aerowatch The Grand Classics Pilot Automatic Replica Orologihas enriched its powerful ” Les Grandes Classiques ” set with all the new Chronograph Pilote model.The personality of the outstanding watch shows how rugged styling and technological finesse could be combined at a masterpiece masterpiece. The stainless steel case with a black PVD coating has a diameter of 42 millimeters to guarantee a stately presence on the wrist. The well-organized signs of this Chronographe Pilote exhibit the date and the day of this week.With its black leather strap and black foldover clasp, the manly watch cuts a good figure on any wrist.The Chronograph Pilote is another Aerowatch introduction that integrates each the attributes of Swiss watchmaking ingenuity combined with an appealing price/performance ratio.It will appeal to many guys, also away from the community of aviation enthusiasts, and can be found only at AEROWATCH points available.
Aerowatch is a small brand with a major history. It is worth taking a look at both in which this watch company comes from and what it’s doing today. Here is the Aerowatch Renaissance Skeleton Price Replica Orologinarrative behind the Renaissance Orange Tornado.Aerowatch isn’t the most recognizable name from the watch world, but it has the sort of solid Swiss heritage that many little independent brands would do anything for. Originally based in La Chaux-de-Fonds in 1910, Aerowatch aspired to being a watchmaker for the future. As its name suggests, the new had its attention on an English-speaking international marketplace, and during the golden age of flight it wanted to be the first name in aviation-themed timepieces.But the path ahead wasn’t so easy. The brand moved repeatedly , first to Fleurier, then to Neuchâtel. Throughout, it remained a family-run small business. When Maxime Crevoisier took on the business from its original owners in 1942, he set it upon its path as a professional in pocketwatches and pendant watches for men and women.He and his son Georges built up a distribution network in more than 30 nations. The business continued along through the following decades. In 2001 the Crevoisiers sold Aerowatch into Denis Bolzli, who now runs the company with his two sons. It’s based in Saignelégier in the Swiss Jura, near the French border.
|Price||4,995 kr (= $602)|
|Case diameter||50 mm|
|Dial numerals||Arabic numerals|
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AERO WATCH, Neuchatel from 1970
Glass: In plastics, no scratches.
Watch type: Pocket watch, stem winded, anchor movement.
Dial: Perfect condition.
Crown: Perfect condition, yellow metal.
Case: Perfect condition. Marked: Sterling silver.
Hands & indexes: Black Arabic index with red 24 hour index outside. Original hands in perfect condition.
Diameter exl. crown: 5 cm
Case number: 10560
Functionality: Strong and steady movement action, keeps time well, no deviations measured during 24 hours.
Manufacturing year: 1970
Other: Caliber ETA 6497. A very nice pocket watch from Aero Watch, from Swiss city Neuchantel. They have specialized in creating watches with the highest quality since 1940.