Recently (maybe for long time already) looks like watchmakers are changing or applying different materials on the case, ceramic. just like Panerai’s Luminor 1950 10 days ceramica, the basal of Rolex’s GMT2 and etc…
Nowadays, does Carbon becoming a new trend? Panerai’s (again!) luminor submersible 1950 carbotech so as to Omaga’s Speedy DSOM. I have tried DSOM, it looks cool and surprisingly light weight! But it seems too light and feel lost something (losing the weight?) What do you think?
Speaking of Panerai, what’s your point on this brand? For me, their watches are kinda fashion, can their time piece sustain for 10, 15 or 20 years later like Rolex or PP? Even though I know this watchmaker also have a long history.
I think there is legitimate use for Ceramic(espeically for easy to damage area like bezel) because it is very durable and can maintain a scratch free gloss finish. But the whole Dark (DLC/PVD) watch is probably more of a fashion trend and they can be very hard to repair if the surface indeed comes off, they don’t age as well as steel.
I am Wilson from Porsche Design Asia Pacific.
We are looking into having an in-store event in our retail store In Hong Kong.
For this event, we will like to extend the invitation to one of your watch collectors as our Watch Expert guest speaker.
It will definitely be our honour to be able to invite one of your renowned collector to join us for the event evening.
The event is expected to be on the 2nd week of June.
Would anyone of your collectors be available then? The exact date will be confirmed asap.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Porsche Design Asia Pacific
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Porsche Design Group Asia Singapore Pte. Ltd.
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