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PANERAI SHOWS OFF LUMINOR DUE 3 DAYS ORO ROSSO AT QWATELIER
PANERAI SHOWCASED ITS PORTFOLIO of watches at the Quintessentially Weddings Atelier, held for the first time in the UAE last month.
Previously hosted in London, the Qwatelier made its first overseas foray in Dubai with the aim of bringing together a vast array of local and international luxury brands under one roof. With more than 50 exhibitors from various brands, as well as over 1,500 guests, the fourth edition of this wedding show provided brides, grooms and their families an exceptional wedding experience.
As an exhibitor, Panerai showcased its timepieces that combine the pureness and authenticity of Italian design with the Swiss knowhow of the Panerai manufacture based in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Exhibited vintage novelties included the Luminor Due collection, specifically the Luminor Due 3 Days Oro Rosso 42mm. This watch is inspired by the lines of the classic Luminor of the 1950s, a red gold case achieved by a 40 per cent reduction in its thickness compared to the historic one and supplied with a super elegant light blue alligator strap.
BREITLING RECENTLY LAUNCHED THE Chronospace Evo Night Mission in the Middle East. Equipped with a light but sturdy black titanium case framing a blue dial, the electronic chronograph adopts a strong and original new persona, while maintaining the usual Breitling qualities as an instrument for aviation professionals.
There’s a black satin-brushed titanium case, which is achieved by a high-resistance carbon-based treatment. Like all Breitling ‘instrument panels’, the indications are distinguished by their optimal legibility, with large square numerals and hands accentuated by a luminescent coating. Accentuated by a rubber strap embossed with the Breitling signature, the watch exudes a sense of accomplishment in blue and black.
The unidirectional rotating bezel ensures an excellent grip thanks to its four rider tabs—a Breitling signature serving to mark off times. The case is water-resistant to 100 metres, and equipped with protective reinforcements for its screw-lock crown. Beneath its exclusively analog displays, the Chronospace Evo Night Mission conceals a Superquartz movement 10 times more accurate than standard quartz.
Chronometer-certified by the COSC (Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute), this Caliber 73 combines several functions that are useful to pilots and adventurers. The chronograph notably features a split-seconds function with an additional central hand serving to measure intermediate times, while the fast timezone adjustment system ensures uninterrupted precision of the minutes and seconds displays.