Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Watches in Hot New Spring Colors for 2011

Top Watch Brands are preparing for spring with dazzling watches hued in the top hottest Spring 2011 colors: Pink, Lavender, Bright Orange, Sunny Yellow and Brilliant Sky Blue.

The Franc Vila Selenity Master Quantième Automatique Watches are truly a vision of spring. Strap one of these babies on your wrist and feel the last cold breaths of winter simply vanish. Beneath the dial, which is done in varying complimentary shades of mother-of-pearl, beats a Swiss Dubois Depraz automatic annual calender supporting a moon phase movement. Not only does the watch provide a freshness associated with spring, but it also gives the opportunity for some serious watch wearing. Over the past couple of decades, most women's watches were quartz without complications. Girard-Perregaux Cat's Eye Movement were one of the first collections of ladies watches with complications, and then companies such as Chopard, Roger Dubois, Richard Mille and Gerald Genta followed suit. However, it is always exciting to see new womens watches with complications. The Franc Vila Selenity Master Quantième Automatique does a nice job of displaying the moon phase on the dial.

Another fabulous display of Springtime is the vivid Concord C1. It took a while for the new improved Concord company to add some real color to their watches. So after giving watch enthusiasts a glimpse of red last April with the release of the Concord C1 Eternal Gravity , Concord has delighted its lady watch wearers with the color purple. And if it's purple you want, its purple you get in all its shimmering magnificence. 219 baguette cut amethysts simply swaddle the Concord C1 filling every single void with purple. Gems cover the crown, push pieces, lugs, bezel, dial and concord C1 signature protective ring. The watch case is crafted in 18 carat white gold, which serves as the perfect subdued backdrop. The dial, protected by a 3.3 mm thick scratch resistant sapphire crystal, displays chronograph, seconds disc and date aperture.
What better way to hail in spring then with the element of flowers. The new Mille Fleurs model are a welcome addition to Bovet's Amadeo Collection. The great aspect of this particular model, is the idea that the customer can choose the painted design on the mother-of-pearl dial. 12 diamonds mark the hours and accessorize the strap attachment above the 12 'o'clock. The watch is powered by a Bovet calibre 11BA12 automatic movement capable of a 72 hour power reserve. One can also choose the manner in which the watch is worn, either as a wrist watch, a pocket watch, a pendant watch or simply an elegant desk clock. The watch is delivered with a gold chain. In addition the straps are detachable. If you want versatility this watch definitely does the job. Available in 18k white or rose gold, this watch is a worthy companion.

Now this is a beauty , available for 30% off at THE WATCHERY, is the Vacheron Constantin Malte Lavender Mother-of-Pearl Dial Leather Alligator Women's Moon Phase Power Reserve, Geneva Seal Watch. Vacheron Constantin has summoned all its watch making experience , since 1755, and developed a work of art. 197 diamonds shimmer on the bezel surrounding a unique lavender mother-of-pearl dial. The watch requires winding, which without a rotor, explains the exceptional 10 mm thinness of the case. The movement is visible via a see through sapphire crystal case back, and since this watch has received the Hallmark of Geneva, the quality and finishing of the movement is second to none.

Ulysse Nardin, one of my favourite watch brands, has also caught Spring Fever. What could be more springy than Ulysse Nardin's Ladies Version of the Executive Dual Time Watch. The dual time is displayed in a jumping hour fashion at the 9 'o'clock position. The snow white ceramic bezel and 18k white gold or steel watch case with a matching rubber or alligator strap evokes a sense of new unblemished beginnings. At 40mm wide, this watch just wants to be worn in the sun.
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