Classic Swiss Ebolo Watch Debuts In The Clock Museum

(April 7, 2014, Switzerland) La Chaux-de-Fonds, a famous Swiss watchmaking resort, is both the global capital of watchmaking industry and the most beautiful world of watchmaking museum. 2014 is the 40th year of the Musée international d’horlogerie (International Watchmaking Museum). This second anniversary exhibition aims to show and increase the relevance of its collections. Visitors can enjoy 40 collections in the museum.
  The International Clock and Watch Museum earlier asked watch companies to donate contemporary works as treasures in the museum. This will not only protect the watchmaking technology and the prestigious treasures of the brand, but also part of the heritage of the watch industry. It is hoped that the watchmaking technology can be carried forward through the collection. And passed on to future generations.
  More than 30 companies participated in the event. Among them, the Swiss Ebolus watches also responded to the museum’s requirements. Among the 44 timepieces displayed at the museum, two Ebolus antique watches were displayed.
  Yibolu was founded in Switzerland in 1856. It has more than 150 years of profound watchmaking culture history. It has brought many classic designs to countless couples for more than 100 years. The Yibolu couple logo is also a household name and deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. I am very happy to share the classic design of the past with the public.
  On the other side is the new Cocktail series watch from Ebolus, which is one of the most representative works of the brand. The Cocktail series has been patented for its exterior structure as far back as the 1940s. The extended dynamic kaleidoscope pattern reproduces the classics from color, creativity and uniqueness, and the perfect combination of physical mechanics, classic aesthetics and superb Swiss watchmaking skills, moving the magnificent life of modern and stylish women. Welcome to visit.

Amy’s New Ben Tao Series Full Black Square Chronograph

The newly launched Bentao series of all-black square chronographs by Maurice Lacroix gives life and soul to time, just like the performance of athletes gives life and soul to sports. This watch embodies masculinity in every detail, showing strength and vitality.
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    Dynamic, square case with innovative ceramic coating-making this watch stronger and stronger, confidently based on the field of technical precision timepieces. Its sporty shape is particularly prominent against the strong rubber strap. No color change is required, the whole black appearance has no side, only for timing.
    Excellent performance, the ML 112 automatic movement visible from the transparent bottom also includes two sides with very different styles. On one side is the more elegant handmade Geneva wave decoration (Côtes de Genève), and on the other side is a sporty rhodium metal tone decoration. To ensure accuracy and reliability, the balance wheel vibrates at a frequency of 28,800 times per hour, while the movement has a 46-hour power reserve.