The 2012 Salon Internacional Alta Relojeria, which took place from October 2 to 4, hosted 45 of the top watch brands in the world. This made it one of the most important watches shows in the entire world. The Fifth Annual Watch Show held at the Four Seasons Hotel, Mexico City revealed some stunning pieces which warmed up the watch enthusiasts at the end of a pretty interesting year. Corum Replicas Le Brassus workshop presented several grand complications, whereas Cyrus's Mars Collection and Corum Replica’s latest Bi-Axial Tourbillon were the highlights of the show. The Fondation de Haute Horlogerie has created an exhibition, The Mastery of Time, that is a historical retrospective.
In the heart of Mexico City the world's best representatives of haute horology gathered to showcase their latest products, exchange ideas, and discuss the most advanced technologies in watchmaking. Since 2007,Corum Replica the Salon Internacional Alta Relojeria, the Americas' most important haute horology salon, has become the world's largest watch fair after Baselworld SIHH and Hong Kong Watch & Clock Fair.
The Grand Prix d'Horlogerie d'Genève jury has pre-selected the Soprano Minute Repeater as the winner of the 2012 award for Best Complicated watch.
Christophe Claret Minute Repeater Soprano Watch
The Soprano is equipped with a four note minute repeater that strikes Westminster Quarters using cathedral gongs. This remarkable model is available in three limited-editions of 8 pieces and features a tourbillon, Rolex Cellini Replica bridges, and a titanium band that maximizes sound transmission. Soprano comes in either red or white gold. It pays homage the the origins of the brand, which are renowned for their innovative complications. You will receive more information on this masterpiece in the near future.
Corum Replica's Bi-Axial TourbillonCorum Replica gained the most attention with an exquisite limited edition of a new Bi-Axial Tourbillon. The hand-winding mechanism of the tourbillon is built on a high-end architecture based on concentric cages. This allows the regulating portion to perform multidimensional rotations to compensate for rate irregularities caused by Earth's gravitation. The internal cage, which contains a balance wheel and a balance spring as well as an escapement, completes the rotation of its axis within 45 seconds. The external cage, which rotates on the second axis, completes its full rotation in just one minute and 15 seconds. The mechanical perfection of this case ensures a spectacular spectacle from both sides. Two cages, made up of 113 parts, weigh only 0.80 g each!