Monday, 31 October 2011

Dancer by Piaget

Since its debut in 1986, the Dancer watch collection has met with phenomenal success worldwide. The reason? Without doubt, the very particular and original design of the gold bracelets which are supple, delicate constructions of gold bands linked to each other by the dexterous hands of Piaget jewellers. The same detailing of the bracelet is also reflected on the watch, finely engraved in the gold of the bezel.

Piaget now presents two new Dancer creations: a new "mini" Dancer bracelet watch in 18-carat yellow or white gold, and two new dials — a satin-finished version featuring opaline hour zones and a white lacquered version with mother-of-pearl hour zones. Shown here is a Gent's model featuring electronic quartz movement, hour-minute and perpetual date, chronograph with fly-back function and hour-minute counters. This model comes with a black crocodile leather strap and ardillon gold buckle. The new Mini model features satin-finished gold dial with dots indexes.

Saturday, 15 October 2011

For any circumstance or mood

Changing the strap of the Pequignet Caméléone watch is a real pleasure thanks to its exclusive and patented mechanism. The originality of this model lies in the simplicity and rapidity with which the strap can be exchanged. The upper frame of the watch case can be opened by simply pressing the push button of the crown. The strap can then be removed and changed.

The Caméléone watch is presented in a smart wooden presentation box designed with a special space for seven straps. A collection of 45 straps offers a wide choice of various skins and colours.

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Secret Codes in Rolex

On most modern Rolex Guarantee/Warranty papers you will find two perforated numbers. One of these numbers is the watch's serial number and is located (on UK Guarantee papers) in the top right hand corner.

However, there is a second perforated number which is made up of three digits. This 3-digit number corresponds to the country in which the watch was first sold.

Below you will find a list of Codes and their matching countries. Of course if all the details are filled in your warranty paper will probably already know.

010 - Switzerland
012 - Switzerland
100 - Germany
110 - France
114 - Nice
120 - Austria
130 - Belgium
134 - Netherlands
138 - Netherlands
150 - Spain
160 - England
170 - Italy
200 - Italy
201 - Malta
202 - Egypt
208 - Greece
265 - Sweden
283 - Finland
400 - Hong Kong
413 - Korea
430 - Singapore
431 - Malaysia
440 - Taiwan
500 - India
505 - Parkistan
527 - Middle East
532 - Saudi Arabia
538 - Oman
548 - Israel
680 - South Africa
700 - Canada
710 - USA
720 - Mexico
741 - Bahamas
752 - Jamaica
767 - Grand Cayman
768 - Panama
780 - Brazil
781 - Chile
790 - Argentina
810 - Australia
818 - Philippines
828 - China
842 - New Zealand
873 - Guam
888 - Hong Kong (2 entries)
900 - Japan

Another code is evident on guarantee/warranty papers for watches sold in the US. On the back of these documents are some letters in red ink.

By applying the following code you can work out when the watch was shipped from Rolex US to the dealer.

R - 1
O - 2
L - 3
E - 4
X - 5
W - 6
A - 7
T - 8
C - 9
H - 0

So the code "A OXCR" = 7 2591 = July 25, 1991

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