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  1. Junghans Meister Driver Chronoscope Sand Dial Men's Watch 027-3684.00 Review 2017

    The Junghans Meister Driver Chronoscope men’s watch is an immediate eye-catcher. You are instantly struck by the lacquer dial which has a sand colored effect and complements the soft grey face nicely.  

    Junghans Meister Driver Chronoscope Review 2017



    The Dial:

    The large white Arabic numbers match the white luminescence of the hands making them remarkably striking. The hour and minute hands have distinct sharp tips that consistently communicate time accurately and have a “Super Luminova” substance.

    The Case:

    The high polish stainless steel case measures 40.8mm in diameter with a height of 12.6mm and is extremely pleasing to the eye. The extended lugs arc from the case band, giving the watch an elegant presence. The exhibition case back is held together by four screws and gives an immaculate view of the structure of the watch.

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  2. Ball Trainmaster Standard Time Chronometer NM3888D-LL1CJ-WH Review 2017

    At first glance, I am struck by the sleek and sexy white dial which is in complete contrast to the black Arabic numbers. This outstanding men's watch is the perfect example of a men's dress watch that can also be worn as a sport watch. This luxury watch is 39.5 mm in diameter and is beyond comfortable on the wrist. The watch even comes with a luxurious box to hold it in. Being one of the best watch brands, this may quickly become one of your favorite watches.

    Ball Trainmaster Standard Time Chronometer NM3888D-LL1CJ-WH

    The History

    The basis of this watch goes all the way back to the year 1833, before the adoption of Standard Time. In this time period, time was dependent on the position of the sun. This resulted in every city having its own uniques time zone. This complicated system made it impeccably hard for the railroad companies to have synchronized railroad timetables. The U.S railroad companies soon changed this system, and since 1833, the way of ‘Standard Time’ has been used in almost every city across America. The Standard Time rule separates the country into four different time zones. This change has made the use of the sun to tell time seem like a vintage tactic, and has since led to the disappearance of more than 70 official time zones, and has continued as the official time system to the present day.

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  3. The Omega Skywalker

    A Project Worthy of Its Name: The Omega Skywalker X-33

    Omega has teamed up with Solar Impulse, a clean energy an ambitous project that aims to create airplanes that can fly anywhere around the world - using only solar energy. In their partnership with Solar Impulse, Omega has created a watch inspired by the innovative aernautic company.

    "Made in collaboration with the two pilots of the ambitious flight, The OMEGA Speedmaster Skywalker X-33 Solar Impulse Limited Edition has been tested and qualified by the European Space Agency, featuring a polyamide "NATO" strap, and with just 1,924 pieces available." The Speedmaster Skywalker X-33 Solar Impulse Limited Edition is more than a remarkable timepiece. It is a celebration of a project whose ambitious aim is to circle the globe in an airplane powered only by solar energy. 

    The blue and green dial, with its white transferred indexes and hour markers coated with white Super-LumiNova, has a central opening allowing the wearer to read the liquid crystal display digital elements. The grade 2 titanium Speedmaster Skywalker X-33 Solar Impulse Limited Edition is powered by the multi-functional quartz chronograph movement, OMEGA calibre 5619, and its grade 2 titanium outer caseback is stamped with the Solar Impulse 'Around the World' patch and engraved with the name of the timepiece as well as the words 'TESTED AND QUALIFIED BY ESA (European Space Agency). 

    Their Contribution to Solar Impulse 

    • The landing light system, which weighs just a kilogram.
    • The OMEGA Instrument, designed by ESA astronaut and Solar Impulse head of flight test operation Claude Nicollier, indicates flight path and alerts the pilots if wing angle exceeds the normal limit.
    • The DC-DC Converter which uses solar energy to power the instruments in the cockpit through high-voltage batteries in the plane’s gondolas.
    • To learn more about their project visit here.

    Only 1,924 pieces available, get yours at Exquisite Timepieces.

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