Whether you enjoy wearing luxury Swiss watches on occasion or have an entire timepiece collection, you can appreciate the importance of keeping your timepieces in the best condition. Therefore, when any type of watch repair service is necessary, it is important to trust professionals to handle your needs with care. Not every repair center understands the intricacies of a Ulysse Nardin timepiece or a Glashutte Orginal watch; it’s crucial to find technicians who care for your collection as much as you do. Whether you’re looking for repairs for your Tag Heuer watches or a timepiece by Raymond Weil, Swiss watches require a certain level of expertise to repair correctly. Seek out a professional timepiece service center to ensure that you receive the highest level of customer satisfaction and care.
Here are some of the reasons to enlist the services of a timepiece service center:
· Nationwide Watch Repair Service
Because it is so rare to find certified, knowledgeable specialists to repair Swiss watches, a timepiece service center will accommodate repairs from all over the country.
· Timely, Efficient Service
Regardless of where you’re shipping your timepiece from, specialists will work as efficiently as possible to return it in its prime condition. Once the watch is received, certified technicians will analyze the needs for your repair and begin service upon your approval.
· Secure and Safe Shipping
Understanding the significance of your timepiece collection, a watch repair service center will provide you with insured shipping and delivery services.
· Certified to Repair Luxury Watches
Although many jewelry stores claim to have brand approved or authorized technicians, few actually qualify to use those terms. To be certified to repair watches, a specialist will stay up to date on the technological advances in the field, understand the quality of each piece of the timepiece collection and work in a facility that buys the parts for their Swiss watches directly from the brand.
When you’re in need for any type of watch repair service, ensure that the center you choose is qualified to handle your fine timepiece. Service techniques needed to fix Swiss watches involve truly understanding the intricacies that create them. Be sure to find technicians that know your exact needs and will repair watches with the care they deserve. You know you can trust Maddaloni!
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The economy and the surge for eco-friendly products have influenced a lot of spring trends, including those for high fashion jewelry. The influence is seen in both the inspiration for the accessories and the materials designers are choosing to use. Regardless of the motivation behind the jewelry trends for summer 2010, one style is being emphasized across the board: arm candy. This year everyone will be wearing cuffs, bangle bracelets, and leather bands.
In high fashion jewelry, cuff bracelets have always been prominent arm candy and this year’s spring trends are no different. One refreshing change is the use of stainless steel, bronze, and titanium in many designs, giving an updated look to traditionally loved styles. Most of the cuff bracelets are crafted with patterns or cutouts, bringing subtle yet eye-catching attention to the piece. Because they are being crafted as beautifully subtle statement pieces, cuff bracelets are becoming the most popular, yet affordable, of this year’s jewelry trends.
Bangle bracelets are also showing up in many collections and, in most cases, emphasizing colors with semi precious gems or tinted metals. Many of the fashion trends for spring 2010 coincide with this idea, as bold colors are highlighted in many designs. The ability for designers to introduce various tints through semi precious gems has enabled the pieces to be worn with both elegant outfits or with casual attire. As opposed to the chunky style of cuffs, bangle bracelets can traditionally be found in both thick and narrow widths, adding to their appeal. The arm candy can either be the focal point of an outfit or a loveable accessory helping to add color. The versatility of bangle bracelets will help jewelry trends transition for spring into summer.
Lastly, leather bands will be staying in style in high fashion jewelry trends. For spring 2010, the bands will be seen more as thick wristwatch bands for both men and women. And, to play off of the resurgence of highly demanded leather bags, many women’s styles will also incorporate the idea of wearing layers of thin leather bands, often in various colors. The craze of leather will continuously be seen throughout designs the spring, trends for the summer, and will even carry into fall collections.
If you’re looking for a statement piece or a subtle addition to your outfit, you’re bound to find something fashionable within the designs of arm candy. Look for a pop of color for your wrist with the playful tinted metals, semi precious gems, and died genuine leather and always look for the pieces that convey your personal style.
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2010 Basel World Update From Glashütte Original
Meisterwerke I Masterpieces Glashütte Original Taschenuhr Nr. 1 | Roségold | Glashütte Original Pocket Watch No. 1 | Rose gold Case-Ø: 56.5 mm Height: 16 mm Material: Rose gold Crown: Onion-style crown with button Dial-Ø: 42 mm Pocket watch chain: Rose gold, 45 cm Hands: Steel, blued Glass: 2 Sapphire crystals, on both sides anti reflective Dimensions: Ø 43.1 mm, height 7.25 mm Balance: screw balance with 14 weighted screws Oscillating Frequency: 18.000 vph, equivalent to 2.5 Hz Power Reserve: about 36 hours Balance Spring: Nivarox, with Breguet-terminal curve Shock Protection: Incabloc Caliber 84-01: 40 jewel bearings (among those 4 pieces with Screw-mounted gold chitins) Additional Details: Manual winding movement, two-parts enamel dial, hour and minute centralized, Hands in classic “poire” form, small second decentralized at 6 o’clock, zero reset function, quarter-hour repetition, case rose gold with spring lid (dial side) and hinged lid (back), polished and burnished steel parts, beveled edges, blued screws, granulated gold-plated Glashütte three-quarter plate, hand-engraved balance cock, fine adjustment via swan-neck and screw balance, centrifugal advance.
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