Glashütte’s 1960s calendar watch is a watch that is very suitable for daily wear. At Baselworld 2011, this classic watch was launched in rose gold with a black dial.
The 18K rose gold case with a matte black dial, plus hands and hour markers in the same color as the case, set off a luxurious and mysterious temperament. The dial outer ring is still a white minute scale ring. And the distinctive 12, 3, 5, 9 time scales have been called this series of classic designs. The large calendar window at 6 o’clock is very easy to read. In addition, the 12-hour scale and hour and minute hands have a luminous coating, which further increases the watch’s practicality.
The watch is still equipped with a 39-41 self-winding large calendar movement. Through the transparent case back made of sapphire crystal, you can see three-quarter splints decorated with Glashütte ripples, hollow double G-shaped 21K gold automatic discs, and elegant and noble gooseneck-type precision trimming devices.
There are currently four Glashütte Sixties Panorama Date watches. In addition to the rose gold and black dial models described above, there are also rose gold cases / silver dials (39-47-01-01-04), stainless steel cases / silver dials (39-47-01- 02-04), stainless steel case / black dial (39-47-03-02-04), a total of three models.
Longines and the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) are pleased to present the Longines International Horse Federation’s World Best Obstacle Rider and Horse Awards to the world’s highest-scoring obstacle course riders and horses in 2017 (Longines FEI World’s Best Jumping Horse and Rider Awards) in recognition of its outstanding equestrian achievements. This is also the first award ceremony, which will be held on April 11, 2018 (Wednesday) in the famous Paris City Hall (Mairie de Paris), and the FEI World Cup obstacle course and costume will also be held in the same field Lottery for dance steps.
The trophy of Longines’ FIA World’s Best Obstacle Rider and Horse Awards is a flying wing hourglass crystal, symbolizing the brand logo. The two trophies are in the Longines Museum, Soymia, Switzerland. In addition, the winning rider and winning horse representatives will be awarded an elegant Longines watch belonging to the Longines Saint-Imier Collection, as well as a flying wing hourglass imitation trophy.
Juan-Carlos Capelli, Vice President and International Marketing Director of Longines, said: ‘The Longines International Equestrian Federation World’s Best Obstacle Rider and Horse Awards presents the brand once again with its main partner, the International Equestrian Federation, demonstrating a common passion for equestrian sports. Through these awards, we hope to raise public awareness of the obstacle course and bring the top riders and horses to the international level. We look forward to the longines FEI World Cup ™ Jumping at the prestigious Longines FEI World Cup ™ Jumping Final), awarding the best obstacle athlete of 2017. ‘
Ingmar de Vos, President of the International Horse Federation, also said, ‘We are very much looking forward to praising the brilliant achievements of these best riders and horses at the first awards ceremony in Paris. We have established a very successful partnership with Longines, showing Longines and equestrianism. The synergy between sports. These awards not only recognize the outstanding performance and contribution of athletes, but also make everyone pay more attention to the sport. These awards add extra value to the Longines rankings, and also for global equestrian lovers An encouragement. ‘
The Longines FEI World’s Best Jumping Horse accumulates points throughout the year and calculates the horse’s ten best results in the Longines list of the year, thereby selecting the best Obstacle racers, and Longines FEI World’s Best Jumping Rider is the top rider on the Longines list at the end of the year.
Scores from the Longines list are accumulated from the Grands Prix *, Longines FEI World Cup ™ Jumping and Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup ™ ), Including the finals and the World and European Senior Championships. Points scored in finals and tournaments are doubled.