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As a consequence of this flood of innovation, scientists (and generally everyone) were increasingly being exposed to magnetic fields. Not only from the instruments used but also from everyday appliances such as TV sets, radios, and the many new electrified appliances that were making their way into households. You don't need to know Maxwell's equations to know that an electrical current and a magnetic field are two sides of the same "coin" and that one can easily be converted into the other. The German mathematician and physicist Carl Friedrich Gauss was one of the first to explore this space and thus, in his honor, the measure of magnetic flux density is a Gauss. Today, other measurements like the Tesla and ampere/meter (1000G = 0.1T = 80,000A/m) are more commonly used.
It’s no wonder that I consider founders Nick and Giles English of Bremont as ace marketers at the highest level. It takes a high level of understanding of the motivations of the watch-buying public to build a brand that causes people to respond emotionally to it. Bremont has done this, and done it in a way that elicits effusive praise among many I have met, more so if the person in question is British and proud of it. Then, the love is even deeper and more pronounced.
So let's fast forward to now when Daniels is currently the star of HBO's "The Newsroom" where he plays Will McAvoy - a brainy and outspoken news anchor and former attorney. He also seems to prefer wearing the color blue oddly enough. I think the likes of a Chopard L.U.C XPS in this platinum and blue dial guise would fit the bill quite nicely. While the solid platinum case back of the watch does have a hand-engraved Geneva Seal on it, it doesn't feature an open case back. That is sort of a shame given how nice the in-house made L.U.C 96.01-L movement is.
Don't let the lack of an in-house movement be a killer for you. Unless you are talking about ultra-complicated watches and the exception of a few select pieces (NOMOS Zurich Weltzeit comes to mind), an in-house movement and and your regular ETA or Sellita movements do pretty much the same thing.
One tell-tale sign that all fashion-forward G-Shock models have is a glossy plastic case and strap. The GA200RG certainly has one, and the message is that this G-Shock is meant for those black tie occasions. Well, sort of... whatever the G-Shock equivalent of black tie is. It actually is fun to wear and offers a good alternative from the matte plastic look I am used to with my other G-Shock watches. I don't prefer the glossy look, but I do appreciate that it is an option to wear when the moment calls for it.
The RJ Day of the Dead watches will come in PVD black coated steel cases that are 46mm wide. These are the traditional Titanic DNA style cases with the X going through the dial into the bezel claws. On the dial are two possible Dia de los Muertos style painted skulls (apparently done by Swiss artists). The two versions are only slightly different with there being a cross on the forehead of one skull, and no cross on the forehead of the other version. I can understand that dual offering as some people are more or less desirous of religious symbolism on their timepieces or clothing.
I was able to see with my own eyes how carefully the watches were put together. From the fabrication of the individual components, to the extraordinarily labour intensive engine turning for the dials, to the careful polishing and finishing during the movement assembly process. What I was able to see was merely a small fraction of the total number of steps taken towards a finished timepiece.
Frankly, how else would you even begin to explain why you bought a watch (or car) that can easily be 10 to 20 times more expensive than another model that would get the job done (moving from point A to point B, or telling the time)? To be sure, there's no rational argument against watches and cars that carry the economy label - they just don't carry that same... je ne sais quoi.
Inside the Romain Jerome Steampunk Chrono is a Swiss made caliber RJ001-CS automatic chronograph movement which I believe was done for RJ by Concepto. It has a custom Romain Jerome automatic rotor as well and 42 hours of power reserve. The watch is wild and "crazy," which is a term I find that the Swiss like to use quite a bit when discussing their own ideas which don't fit within Swiss conservatism. I am beginning to believe that many Swiss people who participate in the production of wild designs such as this might actually think they are crazy, rather than just creative.
For many watch lovers, there exists a world of "high-end quartz." These are high-quality timepieces with high-quality quartz movements. They are worlds away from your standard quartz watch, yet are most always priced under mechanical watches. The allure of high-end quartz is all about utility. Many people love mechanical watches because on the exterior they have the best cases, best dials, and best bracelets. Those are things that come naturally with higher prices. At the same time, quartz movements offer features and a level of accuracy not available in a mechanical watch. In my opinion, there is room for both high-end quartz and mechanical watches in any well-rounded watch collection. We point all this out because among watch lovers there is usually an anti-quartz bias. There are a few reasons for this, but I am telling you that this should not apply to watches like the Omega Z-33.
A winding barrel uses a spring (called the mainspring) to retain the energy needed to power a mechanical movement. As the mainspring winds down there comes a point in its total power output where the power provided by the barrel does not provide the necessary torque to maintain the accuracy of the movement, causing the rate to slow. The V-8R is designed to cut off the supply of power before the accuracy of timekeeping is affected. This mechanism ensures the movement gets only the best possible power from the mainpsring. Along with the intricate power reserve system, the V-8R also boasts a direct impulse escapement with dual escapement wheels and a free sprung balance that runs at a relatively slow 18,000 vph. This interesting and complex movement can be viewed via the V-8R's sapphire display case back.