Breguet and the Race for Water Foundation announced their partnership at Baselworld 2018 with a special exhibition opening on Saturday March 24th on the Swatch Group Plaza in the presence of Marc A. Hayek, President of Montres Breguet, and Marco Simeoni, President of the Race for Water Foundation. Breguet Watches London Replica is joining forces with Race for Water to support the Odyssey 2017-2021 and its crucial mission for the oceans.
Advance scientific research on marine ecological balance has been carried out by the Race for Water Foundation. A clean renewable energy vessel powered by a mix of solar, hydrogen, and kite embarks on a journey with the goal of promoting innovative solutions capable of transforming plastic waste into energy resources, and accelerating clean energy transition. The Race for Water Odyssey will make around 35 stopovers all around the world and provide an opportunity for scientists and decision-makers to gather and share their learnings on the need to preserve water, humanity’s most precious resource. Breguet is committed to supporting this new Odyssey through its completion in 2021.
Breguet has made an indelible mark in history by equipping sea going vessels with accurate chronometers that were set in the heart of the vessels and served to calculate longitude at sea. The Maison demonstrates its mastery of time measurement through its contemporary Marine collection.
In celebration of the partnership with Race for Water, Breguet Watches In Delhi Replica creates a special edition of its Marine 5517 timepiece. It is set in a light titanium case with a custom blue dial that features the Race for Water vessel in a clous de Paris motif. The Breguet Marine Special Edition will embark on an oceanic tour traveling in its natural environment on the wrists of Race for Water explorers and accompanying them in their mission.
Marine 5517 Race for Water © Breguet
The Breguet Womens Watches Price Replica grade 588 movement within the watch works at 2.5Hz (18,000bph) using a power reserve of 50 hours. It was developed years ago when using an “orbital” double tourbillon was quite impressive. Since then, other watches have graced our courts with more complex movements and much more tourbillons, but the caliber 588 is still impressive because of its sheer presence. It is like a contrasting a giant naturally aspirated V8 engine (the 588) alongside some highly tuned four-cylinder with performance improvements (many other complex watch moves) that might have the identical power but using a small overall footprint. This is a timepiece intended to wow and transfer the hearts of both the wearer and people viewing the wearer.From what I could tell, the mention 5349 Breguet Double Tourbillon only adds to a few additional millimeters of case dimensions to the 5347 in order to fit all of the diamonds on the circumstance. Large in size and totaling over 30 carats of stones, the Breguet Double Tourbillon 5349 case has nearly 110 baguette-cut diamonds on the bezel, case, and lugs. It’s certainly as manly an implementation of a pave case as you can get. Our more aptly-sized friend with stones at the good platinum case goes up in price just a bit to 820,000 Swiss francs (a bit more in dollars). When you have the money to spend (or allocate) into a timepiece such as this, you know you have arrived at the point in life were people should pay attention to you (or else). Thank you, Breguet, for making me feel like a king, if but for a day.
“We are proud and pleased to be able to support Race for Water, a Swiss project making a significant international contribution into the marine research and demonstrating that concrete solutions exists for the preservation of the ocean worldwide,” – says Marc A. Hayek. “In the early 19th century, timekeeping played a pivotal role in maritime navigation. We are continuing that tradition by supporting an Odyssey of vital importance for our common future.”
“This new Odyssey aims at giving hope to the world showing that solutions exist against plastic pollution”, explains Marco Simeoni, President of the Race for Water Foundation. “It goes through education and we put a strong focus on the young generations. But we are also demonstrating to the decision-makers we meet at each stopover that innovations and new business models can be more efficient and generate lasting economic, environmental and social benefits. Moreover, we are sailing a clean renewable energy vessel powered by a mix of solar, hydrogen, and kite, illustrating that a 100 tonnes boat can circumnavigate the world without fossil fuel. The energy transition is today’s reality!”
The special exhibition that was launched at Baselworld 2018 will travel to various destinations to further contribute in raising awareness for this mission.