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Zenith Pilot: Our Top Picks for Adventurers

Submitted by udivewatches on Wed, 06/10/2020 - 03:33

Founded by George Favre-Jacot at 1865 in Le Locle, Switzerland, Zenith combines watchmaking traditions.

One of Zenith's most iconic watches is that the Zenith Pilot. In fact, when the famous French aviator Louis Blériot became the first person to fly across the English Channel, he had been wearing a Zenith Pilot watch. This marked Zenith's long and rich history as one of the makers of pilot watches .

Cartier Tank Francaise Watch in Steel

Submitted by udivewatches on Tue, 06/09/2020 - 06:34

Looking sharp with all the Cartier Tank Francaise watch is as simple with its understated elegance. The watch features a stainless steel octagonal crown with a synthetic cabochon-shaped spinel. On its silver-grained dial, bold and tasteful Roman numerals make a refined look. The sword-shaped hands serve to improve the design.

This is a handsome watch, highlighting its powerful features.

Submitted by udivewatches on Mon, 06/08/2020 - 07:04

The Seiko Presage SARK009 perfectly embodies the expression'old is gold'. It features Arabic numerals set so ensuring that the time is simple to read. The watch includes three sub-dials which perform various functions including a date display and chronograph. A Calibre 8R48 ticks in the heart of this watch.

Easy elegance that is Japanese is brought by the Seiko Presage SARK009 into black eye and the silver. It is a watch that makes a strong statement.

Rolex Deep Sea D-Blue commemorates the producer's deepest step

Submitted by udivewatches on Thu, 06/04/2020 - 05:04

Nicknamed the"Rolex Deepsea James Cameron", the Rolex Deepsea D-Blue Dial (Reference 126660-0002) is a ode to James Cameron's historical solo dip in 2012 -- the Rolex Deepsea Challenge -- which required him to more than 11km deep into the bottom of the Mariana Trench.

The practicality of Tudor watches is stronger and more precise.

Submitted by udivewatches on Mon, 06/01/2020 - 03:23

A Tudor 1926 watch's waffle dial is certainly a marker of its look and one of its most intriguing aspects. In fact, the dial is a throwback to the 1950's"honeycomb dials" made by Rolex. It's the element that sets the watch apart from the Black Bay relatives and other vintage-inspired dress watches.

The development background of this Casio watch

Submitted by udivewatches on Sat, 05/30/2020 - 05:44

Perhaps the most interesting portion of the history of the Casio watch is its development procedure. He also produced a team that he called'Team Tough' -- and fittingly so.

He didn't go into detail about layout style. However, his main focus was to achieve three goals. All these goals were functional.

The military history background of Omega 300

Submitted by udivewatches on Fri, 05/29/2020 - 05:38

The greatest hit the world observed is the most widely known iteration; the signature blue dial Omega Seamaster. Pierce Brosnan wore it in one of the iconic James Bond roles we have ever seen.

The Omega Seamaster 300 immediately reaches global fame after the movie and is still among the most popular timepieces in all circles. The designer, lindy Hemming was in charge of this particular choice for the Bond of Pierce Brosnan.