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Panerai VS. Piaget – Which You Are to Buy?

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In 1936, Panerai built a Eilean, a sailing boat which was not only a model in navigation circle, but also enlightened Panerai engineers and designers to launch more nagivation watches with a bunches of professional purposes, like barometer, thermometer, hygrometer, wall clock, etc. Barometer, thermometer, hygrometer and wall clock on the new Panerai navigation watches are made of AISI 316L steel, the material that was applied to build the same instruments on Eilean. AISI 316L is a low-carbon alloy that has amazing performance in resisting corrosion. Four instruments measures 14 cm and displays through a black dial, to make it look simple. These four instruments are necessary tools for sailors. Even though we live in an age where most navigation instruments are replaced by electronic devices, those mechanical instruments are still precious to those old style sailors, and collectors.

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panerai replica swiss movement

Speaking of Piaget, people may think of its watches and jewelries, as rare brand can combines them so well in one piece of work. Such a fusion of time and glory are perfectly expressed in every watches, and with the best diamonds masters, Piaget can finish every process independently, and makes its watches the best of the best. And the Piaget Limelight Twice G0A36243 reaches 35 mm in terms of its case which is made of 18k rose gold and is inserted with 278 round-cut diamonds. Gem-inserting requires dedication, and this is a critical process to the whole watch making. What’s more, Gem-inserting should satisfy watch designers’ restricts. Every piece of work is the dedicated result, and Piaget thus puts efforts and is severely strict on every process. Diamond is more shining than gold, making the watch more attractive. The case of this Piaget Limelight Twice measures 7.6 of thickness, a medium size. Strap and buckle can turn around, and perfectly matches your wrist.

Written by Gregorio

December 4th, 2014 at 3:07 am

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