Barbier Mueller is a name I heard from Just Watch 2017. The “completely made in Geneva” statement may work out because the movement is produced by F.P. Journe in Geneva. This is interesting since it’s the first time I’ve noticed an F.P. Journe-labeled wrist watch movement in an eye with someone else’s name on the dialup. This is truly among the most really unique watches at Just Watch 2017, in my opinion.I don’t really understand why Hautlence’s “Pinball, Ball-E – Mechanical Pinball” wrist toy has such a complex name. The item – which does not tell the time, therefore it’s not a watch – is actually a smart miniature pinball (or even pachinko) game directly in your wrist which you could play for those who have an excessive amount of time and money. The brand has generated wrist games like this before and today refers to these “watches” as coming from their Playground mechanical games collection. Using its robot face-style dial up and playful motif, this will attract plenty of eager fingers, but only one buyer.For the most part, these are the Only Watch 2017 watches worth mentioning. Most of the pieces are appealing but not terribly unique. The Breguet is fairly without being clear it’s a new version, and the WOSTEP signed pocket watch is fun although it does not seem that any of the famous names on it really had anything to do with making it. Another nod goes to German Moritz Grossmann who using the Atum Homage watch produces a modern timepiece with a dial that’s a replica of an antique pocket watch – that the outcome is really nice, actually.
The last time Tudor Watches Buy Replica had a brand ambassador was when it signed an up and coming golfer in 1997, after he won his first major. That five year deal ended in 2002 and Tiger Woods decamped for TAG Heuer (and is now with Rolex).
Now Tudor has just signed two giant names in sport: retired footballer David Beckham and the All Blacks, perhaps the world’s most famous rugby team.
The news is the latest development in Tudor’s multi-year strategy of building itself into a brand with an identity distinct from its parent, Rolex.
It follows the earlier steps of rolling out affordable and well designed sports watches – the Heritage Black Bay is the bestseller – as well as expanding its retail network; the brand re-entered the American market in 2013 after a decade’s absence.
The All Blacks, who boast a winning Test record of 77%, will wear the Black Bay Dark, in keeping with their monochromatic uniform.
Beckham, best known for his time at Manchester United and the England national team, gets the two-tone Black Bay S&G and the Black Bay Chrono, both new launches for 2017.