Williams Watch Launches New William Baume Watch

William Baume series watches, adhering to the original design style of Baume & Mercier watches, are a high tribute to William Baume’s superb watchmaking skills and innovative spirit. The new William Baume series watches are crafted from ingenious traditional fine watchmaking craftsmanship and equipped with sophisticated movements specially designed for Baume & Mercier. All three watches in this series are issued in limited editions, inheriting the history of exquisite craftsmanship, reappearing the brand’s former glory.
William Baume Slim Watch
    The ultra-thin watch perfectly integrates the exquisite and elegant temperament into the complex watchmaking technology. Since 1920, Baume & Mercier began to focus on the development of ultra-thin watches, until the introduction of the thinnest automatic watch in 1965 and made a sensation.
William Baume Retrograde Seconds
    The chronograph display of the retrograde seconds watch is divided into two parts. The large second hand is located on the sector surface. After 30 seconds, it immediately jumps back to the starting position and starts the next 30 seconds. At 12 o’clock on the dial, it has a large window display with dual windows.
William Baume Tourbillon
    The tourbillon challenged gravity. This technology represents the most prestigious complex technology and the highest watchmaking technology. The most precious and subtle is the special tourbillon escapement frame to reduce the influence of gravity and improve the accuracy of travel time. In 1892, Baume & Mercier won the highest honor in the international authority test of the Kew Observatory with a tourbillon chronograph.

Tag Heuer, Leading The 150th Anniversary Of The Avant-garde Watchmaking

In 1860, when the tide of the British Industrial Revolution affected the world, Edward & middot; Edouard Heuer, a small town in the Jura Valley in western Switzerland, & mdash; & mdash; Saint-Imier (St-Imier) established a watchmaking factory, which started the 150 years of TAG Heuer’s glory.

The first invention to change the history of the watchmaking industry was the new system of ‘the crown winding’ in 1866. This new-generation timepiece with a winding crown completely abandons the clockwork key. With the rise of modern competitive sports, Mr. Edward & middot; He who loves sports by nature, introduced TAG Heuer to the field of chronograph & mdash; in 1882, TAG He applied for a patent for the first mechanical stopwatch. The vibration gear technology invented in 1886 is still used by the most prestigious watchmakers and many luxury watch brands. As a result, a series of exemplary works emerge in endlessly.

In 1962, TAG Heuer accompanied American astronaut John & middot; Glenn to complete the first manned orbital flight, which meant that TAG Heuer was the first Swiss timekeeping brand to enter space, achieving the pinnacle of brand history. At the same time, TAG Heuer’s most proud Carrera series and Monaco MONACO watch series were born.

In the 1970s, TAG Heuer and Ferrari team had a 9-year cooperation. When the brand gradually entered the era of avant-garde technology and brand marketing, the cooperation with McLaren Mercedes team in 1985 became logical, thus establishing the history of F1 racing. The longest and most successful sponsorship partnership.

At the beginning of the 21st century, TAG Heuer continues to advance as always. In 2004, TAG Heuer revealed a new image with the revolutionary Monaco V4 concept watch. This belt-driven calibre watch, which is the miracle of the industry, represents a subversion of tradition and an aggressive progress in the field of mechanical watches.

Today, TAG Heuer builds a complete product line with watches, glasses, communication equipment, leather accessories and luxury communication equipment MERIDIIST. In particular, a series of star watches have always been the reason why people love TAG Heuer: inspiration from water sports competition AQUARACER series, GRAND CARRERA series comparable to top sports cars, and the elegant Link series (& hellip; & hellip;