Raymond Weil Presents A Commemorative Watch For The British Music Award Winners

It is reported that since the Raymond Weil brand was announced in 2006 as the official timing partner of the British Music Awards, for two years, these two partners from different fields have become the best friends . At 4 am on February 20, 2014, the 34th The Brit Awards ceremony was unveiled at the O2 Arena in London.

 Of course, to celebrate the arrival of the event, the Raymond Weil brand also launched two specially designed watches. One is designed for men and the other is designed for women. The creation of the watch is inspired by the professional spirit of the British Music Awards for many years.

 As we all know, the ‘British Music Award’ has a history of more than 30 years. The award awarded by the British Audiovisual Industry Association is known as ‘British Grammy’ and is the most influential music award in Britain. The theme of this year’s Raymond Weil British Music Awards is to dare to try boldly. In fact, it is even more important for watch brands.

 At the awards ceremony, Raymond Weil watches specially designed for the British Music Awards were awarded to Rizzle Kicks, Ella Eyre, Labrinth, Emeli Sande, Tinie Tempah, Zane Lowe, Sam Smith, Nile Rogers, Pharrell Williams, John Newman , Elie Goulding, Bastille, Jake Bugg, Disclosure, AlunaGeorge, Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Artic Monkeys.

 Not only that, in order to commemorate this historic moment, Raymond Weil also created a special watch box with German engineering expert Sennheiser with decades of experience. From these details, we can also appreciate the importance the brand attaches to the British Music Awards.

 Raymond Weil Global Vice President Elie Bernheim also said that the brand is very honored to work with the British Music Awards for eight years, and we will be the best partner in the future. The past 2013 should be a very special year, a moment of great progress for both the brand and the music awards. At the same time we will continue to cooperate until 2016.

Omega Glory Memorial Success Adventure Albert

Apollo 15 is the fourth of six NASA missions to the moon. Compared to previous missions, Apollo 15 made its first long stop on the moon’s surface, focusing more on scientific research. Most notably, this is also the first lunar mission to use a lunar rover.

    The Apollo 15 mission to the moon began on July 26, 1971. Four days later, the crew landed on the moon and returned to Earth on August 7. The space adventure lasted more than 12 days.
Omega glory commemorates successful adventure

Omega launches the Speedmaster Lunar Watch ‘Apollo 15’ 40th Anniversary Limited Edition to commemorate this significant and successful adventure.

 This is a classic moon watch: polished or frosted stainless steel case and bracelet, black aluminum bezel with a tachometer, arched mirror made of hard, non-fragile polyacrylic synthetic crystal, logo etched Right above the dial. Three small dials are presented on the black dial in the style of the classic Speedmaster series: the small seconds dial at 9 o’clock, the 12-hour chronograph dial at 6 o’clock, and the 30-minute chronograph dial at 3 o’clock.

Distinctive features

   Compared to classic Speedmaster professional watches, the ‘Apollo 15’ 40th Anniversary model has some significant features. The minute scale of this limited edition watch consists of blue, white and red rings-these are the three colors of the Apollo 15 mission badge. The small seconds dial has a blue bezel, the 12-hour chronograph dial and the 30-minute chronograph dial have white and red bezels, respectively.

   The screw-in caseback is embossed with a lunar rover pattern and ‘APOLLO 15′ (Apollo 15) and ’40th ANNIVERSIRY’ (40th anniversary). The outer ring of the black chrome metal case is etched with ‘THE FIRST WATCH WORN ON THE MOON’ (the first watch to land on the moon), ‘JULY 30, 1971’ (July 30, 1971), and a limited number .
Traditional movement

The Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch ‘Apollo 15’ 40th Anniversary Limited Edition is equipped with a classic Omega 1861 movement, which is also the manual chronograph movement that has always been used in the legendary Speedmaster professional watches.

   The Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch ‘Apollo 15’ 40th Anniversary is limited to 1,971 pieces.