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Best Quality Arnold & Son – Watch of the Year at ViennaTime 2012 Replica Buying Guide

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The famous watch exhibition ViennaTime took place at Museum of Applied Arts from the 16th to 18th of November, where the watch industry presented its novelties to a large audience of connoisseurs. Thousands of watch lovers visited the exhibition and voted for the “Watch of the Year” in 6 different categories.

The awards were presented during the traditional Watch Gala at the “Aula der Wissenschaften” in Vienna on the 11th of December 2012. The event was attended by distinguished high profile guests and representatives of the prestigious brands being awarded. read more

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WORLDTEMPUS – 14 December 2012

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When you take on the name and the heritage of one of England’s greatest 18th c. watchmakers, it’s fair to say that you have some sizable shoes to fill. Yet the modern incarnation of Arnold & Son has never shied away from this challenge, instead choosing to see the famous past of its namesake as a source of inspiration as opposed to intimidation. This is just another of those pleasantly surprising British traits of the brand. I say surprising because it is actually Swiss owned: no matter the circumstances, just keep calm and carry on as the Brits would say. And carry on it has, producing several notable timepieces over the last few years that celebrate the life and achievements of John Arnold. read more

Tourbillon Chronometer No. 36 Gunmetal

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For Baselworld 2017, Arnold & Son unveiled yet another masterfully skeletonized watch which conveys the brand’s conceptual DNA forward. The Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton is the newest addition to the DBG (Double-Balance GMT) collection which we reviewed the original, non-skeletonized version of in larger detail here back in 2013. For those unfamiliar with this piece, it’s essentially two movements which share a winding platform, housed in one watch. Skeletonized, this watch looks incredible and is the best illustration of Arnold & Son’s relentless progress.First, a tiny bit more about Arnold & Son’s DBG system. Every time display is powered by its own barrel, with its own equipment train, escapement, and balance, while sharing one winding system. Even though this isn’t necessarily unprecedented, because of the offsets of the shared components when compared with the individual parts, it’s not always pretty, and rarely skeletonized. But with the DBG Skeleton, we see almost perfect symmetry about the dial along with caseback.The unusual nature of the in-house A&S1309 movement permits for a few added mechanical and practical advantages. For instance, because of the distinct socket, gear train, and escapement/balance, the GMT purpose comprises a “moments” hand instead of the standard 24-hour counter just. Every time zone screen from the Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton can be put to incremental quarters of this hour. So for a few Indian, Australian, and Canadian time zones that are off by half-hours, for instance, the watch may account for this. Additionally, the Equation of Time display at 12 o’clock determines the gap between each screen, in addition to whether it is day or night in the second time zone. The A&S1309 defeats at 21,600bph and features a 40-hour power book. read more

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Instead of the power from the mainspring flowing directly into the escapement, it must first pass through Arnold & Son’s constant force mechanism. The already controlled power supply charges a small hairspring, which releases a consistent amount of force to the tourbillon once per second. With this mechanism, there will nevertheless come a point once the power released by the twin barrels and the constant force mechanism drops below a stage that’s sufficient to maintain a normal output. When this happens, the watch stops rather than allowing an isochronal error to creep in the timekeeping.In addition to this intriguing solution, the Arnold & Son Continuous Force Tourbillon comes with a deadbeat seconds complication, which causes the seconds hand to “tick” rather than sweep as you may expect in a mechanical timepiece. Exceptional consistency is attained as a result of the symmetry of the movement’s structure, as well as the fact that the constant pressure escapement remains stationary throughout operation, whereas the tourbillon cage rotates once a minute. This is in an effort to reduce the influence of gravity on the escapement’s functioning. Assuming, however, that this view is not likely to be worn out in the presence of strong magnetic fields (it is hardly suitable for use on a building site or while flying a helicopter, by way of example), the negative perfectly matches the planned application.The Arnold & Son Constant Force Tourbillon watch is a limited edition of that only 28 will be produced. It’s a 46mm 18ct rose gold case fitted using an anti-reflective sapphire crystal and a sapphire display back. The A&S5119 motion has 39 jewels, a depth of 6mm, a 90-hour energy reserve, and operates at 21,600vph. The NAC grey mainplate as well as the palladium-coated bridges are produced from nickel-silver and hand-finished with polished edges and brushed surfaces, gold screw-down chatons, and bevelled and polished screw heads. The motion is almost perfectly symmetrical, and all the technical elements are visible on the dial-side. The three-dimensional motion structure is intended to replicate the English tradition of marine chronometer structure. The watch is water resistant to 30 metres and comes on a hand-stitched brown leather alligator strap.
For the eight consecutive years, Arabian Watches & Jewellery (AWJ) Magazine hosted the Middle East Premier Awards, presented alongside Jewellery Arabia 2012. The Presentation Ceremony, was accompanied by a grand dinner reception at The Ritz Carlton, in the Kingdom of Bahrain on Tuesday, 16 October, the inaugural night of Jewellery Arabia 2012. The event was attended by over 300 distinguished high profile guests. read more

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The case measures in at 44mm, will be available in rose gold, also is water-resistant around 30m. The dial is totally skeletonized with double balances put against C?tes de Genève stripes, providing a wonderful contrast and extra girth. The time zone indicators, as with previous models, differ with Arabic and Roman numerals against an increasingly popular smoked backdrop. I believe that these add an eclectic touch to virtually equal halves of this watch. Since the movement does contain separate time zone components, each time zone is handled by its own crown, or “ears” as many enthusiasts refer to them, at 3 and 9 o’clock. Every time zone is set using its individual crown, while the watch is wound solely by the crown at 3 o’clock. All in all, the aesthetic refinements into the dial and the symmetry of the Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton watch will refresh and breathe new life into the Arnold & Son DBG. It manages to exhibit the intricate and impressive details of a very complex timepiece without delving into the “too busy” class that many tend to fall into when tackling such a complex endeavor. While I could definitely see a white gold or platinum option in the future, I think that this is a welcome addition to the group, and one I would be eager to wear. 1DGAP. S10A.C120P is going to be limited to 30 bits and will carry a price of $38,850 which is actually a few million dollars less than what the original DBG watch in gold cost.
Do you like to allow me to remind you what the greatest problem is really on watches with fully skeletonized dials and movements? It is you can often see right through to your own skin and arm hair. Yes, those sexy-looking timepieces with skeletonized movements and dials can seem amazing in concept (and pictured alone), but place them on your wrist at a real world scenario and only those individuals with the most exquisite of wrists will have no reason to complain in any way. This is really a common “thing” which watch lovers can and do complain about.So, to remedy this situation and react to the issue, Arnold & Son has performed a small experimentation with this new version of their Time Pyramid watch in steel at the model reference 1TPAS. This model will even outright replace the original version of this Arnold & Son Time Pyramid in steel with the traditionally transparent front and back sapphire crystal.Arnold & Son did an amazing job with this watch but gave it no special name – that has been fairly lazy. “Time Pyramid Translucent Back” is the title that I am giving it closest thing Arnold & Son gets to a unique name (besides the reference number) is “Time Pyramid Translucent-Grey Coated Sapphire Case Back” Ugh… Anyways, even with no proper name, the watch is still precisely what you want since the caseback is really just one-way mirror substance. read more

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That means that by the front of the watch looking at the caseback you see a dark reflection and no opinion of your sickly arm hair. From the rear of the watch, you can see right through the other side. So compare this steel “Translucent Back” version of this Arnold & Son Time Pyramid with the first version with the totally clear sapphire crystal caseback that I went hands-on with here. And this “updated” version costs a bit more, of course. How much does this specially tinted sapphire crystal caseback cost you? Approximately $2,000. It will seem a little steep after the original version in steel has been released under a year before.The Arnold & Son Time Pyramid watch initially came out in 2013, also in 2014 I reviewed that the 18k rose gold edition of the Time Pyramid on aBlogtoWatch here. This is still one of my favorite watches produced by Arnold & Son nowadays due to its distinctive design, superbly symmetrical movement, and fantastic wrist existence. The circumstance is 44.6mm wide (water resistant to just 30 meters) and produced using a crown at 6 o’clock thanks to the design of the movement. That also gives the event a more compact look thanks to the symmetry you get with the crown position.
Do you prefer to allow me to remind you what the greatest issue is on watches with fully skeletonized dials and movements? It is you could often see right through to your arm and skin hair. Yes, those sexy-looking timepieces with skeletonized movements and dials can appear amazing in theory (and pictured independently), but place them on your wrist at a real world situation and only those people with the most beautiful of wrists will not have a reason to complain at all. This is really a common “item” which watch fans can and do complain about.So, to cure this situation and react to the issue, Arnold & Son has performed a little experiment with this new variant of the Time Pyramid watch in steel at the version reference 1TPAS. This version will even outright replace the first version of the Arnold & Son Time Pyramid in steel with the traditionally translucent front and rear crystal.Arnold & Son did an wonderful job for this watch but gave it no special name – that has been rather lazy. Ugh… Anyways, even without a proper title, the watch is still exactly what you want since the caseback is really just one-way mirror material. read more

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The case measures in at 44mm, will be available in rose gold, and is water-resistant around 30m. The dial is totally skeletonized with dual balances put against C?tes de Genève stripes, providing a wonderful contrast and additional symmetry. The time zone signs, as with previous versions, differ with Roman and Arabic numerals from an increasingly popular smoked backdrop. I believe these add an eclectic touch to almost equal parts of this watch. Since the motion does feature independent time zone components, each time zone is handled by its crown, or “ears” as some fans refer to them, at 3 and 9 o’clock. Each time zone is placed using its personal crown, while the watch is wrapped solely from the crown at 3 o’clock. Overall, the aesthetic refinements into the dial along with the symmetry of the Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton watch will refresh and breathe new life into the Arnold & Son DBG. It manages to exhibit the complex and impressive details of a very complex timepiece without delving into the “too busy” category that many tend to fall into when tackling such a intricate endeavor. While I could definitely find a white gold or platinum option in the future, I feel that this is a welcome addition to the collection, and one I’d be eager to wear. The Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton Ref. 1DGAP. S10A.C120P will probably be limited to 30 pieces and will carry a price of $38,850 that is really a few million dollars less than what the original DBG see in gold cost.
Rather than the energy from the mainspring flowing directly into the escapement, it has to first pass through Arnold & Son’s constant force mechanism. The controlled power supply charges a small hairspring, which releases a consistent amount of power to the tourbillon once per second. With this mechanism, there will still come a stage once the energy released by the twin barrels and the continuous force mechanism drops below a stage that’s sufficient to maintain a regular output. When this occurs, the watch stops instead of allowing an isochronal error to creep into the timekeeping.In accession to this interesting solution, the Arnold & Son Constant Force Tourbillon features a deadbeat moments complication, which leads to the seconds hand to “tick” rather than sweep as one may expect in a mechanical timepiece. Exceptional consistency is attained thanks to the symmetry of the movement’s structure, as well as the fact that the constant force escapement remains stationary throughout operation, whereas the tourbillon cage moves once per minute. This is in an attempt to decrease the effect of gravity to the escapement’s functioning. Assuming, however, that this watch is not likely to be worn out in the presence of strong magnetic fields (it’s barely acceptable for use on a construction site or while flying a helicopter, for example), the negative perfectly matches the intended application.The Arnold & Son Continuous Force Tourbillon watch is a limited variant of that only 28 will be produced. It’s a 46mm 18ct rose gold case fitted with an anti-reflective sapphire crystal and a sapphire display back. The A&S5119 motion has 39 jewels, a depth of 6mm, a 90-hour power reserve, and operates at 21,600vph. The movement is almost perfectly symmetrical, and all the technical components are observable on the dial-side. The three-dimensional movement architecture is intended to echo the English tradition of marine chronometer construction. The watch is water resistant to 30 metres and includes a hand-stitched brown leather alligator strap. Cost is available on request. read more

Arnold & Son Adds 3 New Versions of the UTTE

Spring has sprung, and with it new cheap Arnold & Son replica uk colors are everywhere. Arnold & Son has given us a spring of its own: the La Chaux-de-Fonds brand just introduced three new variations on its renowned UTTE model. Here’s a look at the new hues and materials Arnold & Son has on offer.

Arnold & Son created great buzz in 2013 when it launched the UTTE – a name that stands for “Ultra-Thin Tourbillon Escapement.” In fact, you could say that the UTTE was a major part of Arnold’s rise to prominence as a small, high-end Swiss brand. The UTTE movement is something to behold: it’s just 2.97 mm thick. Cased up, the watch is still only 8.34 mm thick. It has a 42-mm-wide case and a dial that leaves plenty of open space so you can admire the workings of its flying tourbillon, which rises above of the dial at 6 o’clock. read more