OK, we’re calling it: 1976 was one of the best years in history – for so many reasons. For a start, that’s when Stevie Wonder’s Songs in the Key of Life was released. It was also the year Rocky and Taxi Driver hit cinemas, and superhotties Benedict Cumberbatch and Audrey Tatou entered the world. In conclusion: a very good year.
Breguet is a celebrated name in the high-end wrist watches. This explicit brand was started in Paris in 1775 by Abraham-Louis Breguet. These timepieces have held on to their comprehensive and rich cultural inheritance because they have stuck to the classic creations. The most contemporary tickers from Breguet watches have the classic appeal and feel to them. This has come to form a hallmark of this line of timekeepers.
The series of disasters in Japan really sucked for them, and it still sucks for them. It was like a triple play of Armageddon leaving even Godzilla offering to help pick up the rubble. Joking aside, much of Japan is in bad shape - though the country is help together by the people's pride and cultural ability to survive and thrive after disaster strikes.
As a tribute to the Japanese Suzuka Circuit, with a red and white dyeing, Swiss Hublot took advantage of the preparations for the 2011 Formula 1 Japanese Gran Prix, Round 15 of the FIA Formula 1 World Championship, by launching the F1 King Power Suzuka Watch.
Tissot is a luxury Swiss watchmaker company founded by Charles-Felicie Tissot and his son Charles-Emile Tissot in 1853. The Tissot factory was established in the Swiss city of Le Locle. Tissot is now the official timekeeper for various sporting events and is worn by several famous people. In recent years, Tissot has also become known for its tactile technology, which employs touch-sensitive sapphire glasses.