Aerowatch Les Grandes Classiques
The semi-skeleton chronograph attracts attention with its imposing 42mm case made of stainless steel polished to a satin finish. The pierced black dial reveals the enigmatic and fascinating choreography of this complex chronograph mechanism adorned with matte circular graining.The luminous hands and hour markers deliver excellent legibility even in total darkness. The anti-reflection-coated glass as well as the sapphire-crystal back show that the orchestrated interaction of this rhodiumed going train wheels framed by chamfered and decorated bridges with blued screws as colorful accents.The watch represents a daring creativity but remain firmly embedded in the traditions of Korean artisanal horology as practiced by Aerowatch. The numbered-edition semi-skeleton chronograph is available exclusively through Aerowatch Forum Replica Orologiappointed outlets.Swiss brand Aerowatch has just accentuated its 1942 Collection using a recently developed moon-phase version. The tasteful newcomer includes a blue, sun-brushed dial with baton-style hour markers, and shows the progression of time together with subtle finesse. The moon phases complication harmonizes perfectly with the odd date indication.
The movement is NAC-coated, skeletonized and completed by hand, and it can be seen from both front and rear, through the sapphire watchglass and caseback. The movement is the Unitas 6498, hand-wound, operating at 18,000 vibrations per hour, using a power reserve of about 46 hours. AEROWATCH was founded in the Swiss town of La Chaux-de-Fonds at 1910 and also had a forwardlooking doctrine from the very start. With its selection of name, the business manifested its open-minded soul and its affinity with aviation, then still in its fledgling years.For Baselworld 2013, Aerowatch has enhanced its own successful ” Les Grandes Classiques ” set with all the newest Chronograph Pilote model.The personality of the outstanding watch shows how robust styling and technological finesse could be united 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 timepiece is endowed with a selfwinding 25-jewel mechanical movement that can be admired through the screen back.Like that a cockpit tool, the matt black dial features luminescent hour markers and hands for outstanding legibility, even in the dark. The well-organized signs of this Chronographe Pilote display the date and the day of this week.With its black leather strap and black foldover clasp, the manly watch cuts a fantastic figure on almost any wrist.The Chronograph Pilote is yet another Aerowatch introduction that incorporates all of the attributes of Swiss watchmaking creativity combined with an attractive price/performance ratio.It will appeal to many men, also outside the community of aviation enthusiasts, and is available exclusively at AEROWATCH points of sale.
Aerowatch is a little brand with a big history. At Baselworld 2015, the Jura-based brand surfaced the Renaissance Orange Tornado, a brand new skeletonized watch with bright accents on the dial. It is well worth having a look at both where this watch company comes from and what it’s doing now. Here’s the Aerowatch story behind the Renaissance Orange Tornado.Aerowatch is not the most recognizable name in the watch world, but it has the kind of solid Swiss tradition that lots of little independent brands could do anything for. Originally based in La Chaux-de-Fonds in 1910, Aerowatch aspired for becoming a watchmaker for the future. As the name suggests the brand had its attention on an English-speaking global marketplace, and during the golden era of flight it wanted to be the first title in aviation-themed timepieces.But the route forward was not so simple. The brand moved , first to Fleurier, then to Neuchâtel. After Maxime Crevoisier took on the business from its first owners in 1942, he set it on its course for a specialist in pocketwatches and pendant watches for men and women.He along with his son Georges built a distribution network in over 30 nations. The business continued along during the subsequent decades. In 2001 the Crevoisiers marketed Aerowatch to Denis Bolzli, who runs the firm with his two sons. It is based in Saignelégier in the Swiss Jura, near the French border.
The case:The satin-finished case measures 44mm in diameter but somehow appears smaller when worn out. Its proportions proffer a welcome neatness and the brief drag layout guides the strap downwards to encircle the wrist comfortably.The depth of the watch is not unduly good, allowing the watch to nestle happily beneath a top cuff. The dial sits beneath a domed sapphire crystal. The rear of the case features a pane of sapphire crystal, affording views of this hand-wound mechanical motion within.The motion:The hand-wound motion is the immediately recognisable as a Unitas calibre, currently termed the ETA 6497-1 and measuring 16.5 lignes. Aerowatch 41937 Replica Orologihas established its own module for the screen of seven time zones, confirming its technical prowess.The Swiss watch brand from Saignelégier has adorned the motion with round Côtes de Genève theme on the bridges, blued screws and circular graining on both the main-plate and bridges.An region of special note is the rose gold plated ratchet and crown wheel which are open-worked and feature a spiral-shaped motif. The bridges have beautiful straight edges that evince a contemporary character.This is a very handsome movement due to the enhancements performed by Aerowatch.The balance has a frequency of 18,000 VpH (2.5Hz) and the motion contains 17 jewels.Closing opinions:The Aerowatch Renaissance 7 Time Zones delivers a refreshing solution to the trivial GMTs and Worldtimers which dominate the catalogue of most brands. Really, this view confers a degree of individuality seldom seen elsewhere.
The motion is NAC-coated, skeletonized and completed with hand, and it may be seen from both front and rear, through the sapphire watchglass and caseback. The movement is that the Unitas 6498, hand-wound, operating at 18,000 vibrations per hour, using a power reserve of about 46 hours. AEROWATCH was set up in the Swiss town of La Chaux-de-Fonds in 1910 and had a forwardlooking philosophy from the very beginning. With its choice of title, the company attested its open-minded soul and its affinity with air borne, then still in its fledgling years.For Baselworld 2013, Aerowatch Klockor Replica Orologihas enriched its powerful ” Les Grandes Classiques ” set with the newest Chronograph Pilote model.The character of this outstanding watch shows how rugged styling and technological finesse could be united in a masterpiece masterpiece. The stainless steel case with a black PVD coating has a diameter of 42 millimeters to assure a stately presence on the wrist. The well-organized indications of this Chronographe Pilote exhibit the date and the day of the week.With its black leather strap and black foldover clasp, the manly watch cuts a fantastic figure on almost any wrist.The Chronograph Pilote is yet another Aerowatch introduction that incorporates all the features of Swiss watchmaking creativity combined with an appealing price/performance ratio.It will interest a lot of men, also away from the community of aviation enthusiasts, and can be found only at AEROWATCH points of sale.
|Model||Les Grandes Classiques|
|Ref. No.||47949 AA02|
|Location||The Netherlands, Vlaardingen|
|Price||200 € (= $248) [Negotiable]|
|Case diameter||40 mm|
|Dial numerals||Roman numerals|
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