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Square metres are the dimensions of the new Les Ambassadeurs boutique in Luxembourg. This retail space in the Grand Duchy was dedicated last year and allows Les Ambassadeurs to display its select range of jewellery and watches outside Switzerland for the first time.
Is the number of tests the patented Wellendorff clasp underwent before it was launched on the market. The factory of the German jewellery manufacturer worked to perfect the clasp for three years to ensure its jewellery pieces can be attached and removed simply and securely. The rounded edges and the slightly curved shape of the spring element also guarantee maximum comfort during wear.
Combination options are ensured by the locking system of the Taurus safe from the German brand Buben & Zörweg. You have to enter a 7-digit number to open the safe. Eight watches can be placed inside the safe on the characteristic “Time Movers”. Five drawers also provide space for other valuables. The company has been producing high-quality, custom-made storage and presentation cases since 1995.
Number of enquiries for information about historic Longines watches received by the department for Brand Heritage in the course of the year. The employees of the brand are able to carry out this research thanks to the Longines Electronic Archives app, which is unique in the market. This makes it possible to access quickly all the information about every Longines watch from 1867 to the present day.
Is the code located on the rear of the cse of the Seamaster Diver 300M 077 from Omega. It is also displayed on British military watches for the Royal Navy. Daniel Craig wears the new version of the existing model created in 1993 in the new James Bond film “No Time to Die”. The actor was also involved in designing the watch.
functions are offered by the Smart T-Touch from Tissot specifically for sportsmen and -women. These include GPS tracking or live information about weather conditions, for example. Added to these are further functions such as a compass, chronograph or altimeter. The watch is operated by a touchscreen – a technology the brand has been using since 1999, long before the advent of smartphones!