Raymond Weisser Series Adds New Style

In 2010, Swiss watchmaker RAYMOND WEIL celebrated the re-launch of its parsifal series, further highlighting its very different styles and unique design features. After 20 years of successful development, parsifal has reinvented itself this year with three innovative new remodeled watches, each of which is elegant and refined.
   The Parsifal collection is a tribute to Richard Wagner’s opera, which celebrates the noble character of this opera hero in a unique way, by remaining true to its original design and retaining its pure elements And chivalry. Since its launch, parsifal perfectly reflects RAYMOND WEIL’s attachment to tradition, which is an inexhaustible source of creative inspiration. In 2010, the series commemorated its 20th anniversary through a complete transformation. While still fully adhering to its original aesthetic concept, it showed a stronger sense of modernity …
   Three new designs by RAYMOND WEIL highlight the iconic lines of the collection: bezels decorated with round molds, elegant styles, and exquisite straps …
   This is the first two-tone men’s watch with an automatic mechanical movement and a 38-hour power reserve, with a unique curved day window at 12 o’clock. There is also a square date window at 3 o’clock. The rose-gold bezel and hour-markers contrast subtly with the silver case and the glossy steel chain of the strap.
   The other two new watches in this series are 39mm men’s watch and 28mm women’s watch with the same appearance. They are paired into a pair of exquisite watches, which are suitable for both of them. forward. On these two watches, the infinite and mysterious black dial forms a gorgeous background that reflects the rose gold Roman hour markers, and the steel and rose gold materials complement each other to make it more eye-catching.
   You will find that this pair of parsifal watches also embodies the romantic feelings of Wagner’s other opera ‘he Tale of the Swan Knight’. According to legend, once the two swans are married, they will live together for life.

Sturdy Ceramic Recommended Three Radar Watches

Radar is a watch brand of the Swiss Watch Group Swatch Group, born in 1917. It is world-renowned for its sturdy ceramic watches. Today, the Watch House recommends three radar watches for everyone, all made of high-tech ceramics, I hope everyone likes them.

Rado Star Series R32525152

Watch Series: Hao Xing Series
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: Ceramic
Strap Material: Ceramic
Case diameter: 45 mm
Domestic public price: 36200
Details of the watch: 2894-2 self-winding movement with INCABLOC suspension design. This watch has a full power reserve of 40 hours.

Radar Silver Diamond R13723702 watch

Watch Series: Silver Diamond Series
Movement type: Quartz
Case material: Ceramic
Strap Material: Ceramic
Case diameter: 34.8 mm
Domestic public price: 24400
Watch details: The elegant lines of the Sintra silver diamond case and high-tech ceramic strap form a harmonious picture against the backdrop of sapphire crystal. Only high-tech ceramics, sapphire crystals or titanium alloys are brought into contact with the skin, conveying the Swiss radar’s core values ​​of comfort. The watch has a diameter of 34.8 mm and a date display window at 6 o’clock.

Radar Diamond R14132135 watch

Watch Series: Diamond Pa Series
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: lines
Strap material: leather
Case diameter: 41 mm
Domestic public price: ¥ 36500
Watch details: Swiss radar DIAMASTER series has its own new face, easy to read large dial, at a glance. The watch uses a 41 mm diameter design, a ceramic case, and a black leather strap. The watch is equipped with an ETA2892-S2 automatic winding movement, which provides a 42-hour power reserve.

Summary: Radar watches, people naturally associate unique designs and materials that are not easy to wear. When other brands are still making watches with general materials such as gold, silver or steel, radar has selected advanced materials such as hard metal, sapphire crystal, A series of high-tech materials such as high-tech ceramics, high-tech lanthanum, or high-tech diamonds are used for watch manufacturing. The few watches recommended for you today are those made with ceramic cases. Although you are not afraid of scratches, you must also be careful about bumping and falling.