The Breitling Replica Superocean Heritage Chronoworks is priced at approximately $40,000. If you haven’t noticed yet, in the field of watches, pricing doesn’t always seem to make sense. In some cases, other interesting watches will be hurt by the retail price, and retail prices will only confuse consumers’ sense of sex. Sometimes these prices are actually too high, sometimes the price is fair, but consumers don’t understand or understand the reasons for high costs. In either case, pricing practices are generally not integrated with consumer expectations or perceived value. This may be the biggest “problem” facing the luxury industry, as the highly active watch enthusiast community and the conversations it contains are designed to validate or reject many decisions made by the watch industry.
At the 2016 Baselworld Watch & Jewellery Show, Cheap Breitling Replica Watches shared with us the new “Chronoworks” version of the Superocean Heritage. “Chronoworks” is a term that I couldn’t hear from Breitling. It sounds like their version of the tuning store, and they adjust their movements to get better performance. In this case, the Breitling Chronoworks team began using the Breilting B20 automatic chronograph that they had built in-house. Breitling pointed out that the “five innovations” in the movement, after the “optimization” of its “Performance Laboratory” (Chronoworks), is now called the BC01 movement.
What innovations? The problem is not the real “what”, but the “if” these add up to the price that Fake Breitling Watches requires. Chronoworks Performance Lab’s added movement innovations are ceramic base plates and gear bridges (compared to metal), silicon wheels, silicon escapements, variable inertia balances and spring teeth. It all sounds cool, but how much does it actually cost and how much performance has improved?
All of these features can basically do something. The first is to reduce the tendency of parts to wear, reduce friction, eliminate the influence of magnetic force, improve accuracy, and reduce the use time. Best Breitling Replica Watches does not mention it all, but I can tell you what the focus of these parts is. Interestingly, all of this is the focus of controversy in the traditional watch industry. This is related to the fact that metal parts are replaced by non-metallic parts. If the movement is still mechanical then why are all the fuss?
Some watchmakers worry that unlike metal parts that can be reproduced relatively easily, things like ceramics or silicon parts will not be easily replicated in the future when they need to be repaired or repaired. This is technically correct, but it is based only on the technology available today. We simply don’t know if there is a technology that can produce silicon or ceramic parts quickly in the near future. However, I do agree that the availability of future components is a problem with non-metallic movement components.
Another less convincing (for me) about non-metallic parts is that unlike traditional steel, brass, gold, etc., the surface of non-metallic parts cannot be decorated. This is correct to some extent. You can polish ceramics, but you can’t really carve it. Silicon, you can’t do much at all, and in the end these parts won’t be as attractive as metal parts. They asked, why is the mechanical watch not beautiful?
I appreciate the emotions of this view, but I don’t think it will have many advantages in the long run. In my opinion, watch brands are obligated to provide consumers with choices, while consumers choose the funds they want to invest. For those who can afford the Philippe Dufour’s sophistication and beauty, they can easily sacrifice pure beauty. It is desirable that a reliable everyday garment that is not an electronic watch may be more suitable for a movement that consists entirely of non-metallic components. Really, this is where I want us to move forward. The brand from Ulysse Nardin to Breitling Replica Watches has spent years playing non-metallic parts. When can we finally see an industrial movement without metal or minimal metal?