Swiss Watches: Reviews on Cal.30130 Movement

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Now the military watches or watches for pilots have big cases and has pure black or white dial. Time scales and hands are coated with luminous materials. That contributes to a heavy watch but has a perfect performance on resisting shocking, dust, water and magnetism. At the same time, movement should work in a precise way. Second hand should stop working when you adjust time. All those severe attributes are set as the criterion for the military watches.

Under such a setting, IWC launched Mark Twelve and Mark Fifteen limited edition. They are closely connective with anniversary, cars, consumers and aviation. Besides, some features from Mark Nine can be seen on some modern watches, such as luminous Arabic number.

Frankly, Mark Twelve has been an cult item in my heart, and earlier in the 1998 in the Asian market there is a mark Twelve with only 80 of it. They have a white gold case, a screw-in crown and sapphire mirror, but the movement came from other brands. What’s more, its dial also inherited the traditional design: a medium size case reaching 36 mm, a black dial, luminous Arabic number and classic hands.

Gorgeous as its appearance, it is excellent inside, namely the excellent movement. IWC Da Vinci is fitted with an IWC-made movement—Cal.30130, which quite noted in the watches industry and well-known for its stability and precision. What’s more, it oscillates at a frequency of 28800hours and works properly for 42 hours. But a little disadvantage is that IWC Da Vinci does not have a power reserve indicator, which means you have to wind it up exactly about every two days. If you do not want to risk of losing precision. When buying replica IWC Da Vinci watches, you can take the following watches for consideration such as IW452306, IW376420 or IW376416.

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Why Are Luxury Watches So Expensive?

A luxury wristwatch is a great way to show your status, your taste, your style. We all love luxury watches, right? However, it’s a well-known fact that luxury watches can be very expensive. Whether you’re rocking a Rolex or a Casio, they’re both doing the exact same thing – telling the time. Right? But why is a Rolex so much expensive more than a Casio, and you still want to spend your fortune to buy a Rolex?

First and foremost, the brand name will increase the cost because you’re not just purchasing a watch, you’re purchasing a Rolex . Established in 1905, Rolex is known globally as the biggest Swiss luxury watchmaker. Similar to other luxury goods like designer bags, jewellery and high-end fashion brands, Rolex is able to charge its customers more because of the brand it has built up over the past decades. Even buyers who are not watch enthusiasts and who do not fully appreciate the craftsmanship and technical complexities that goes behind producing a Rolex are willing to pay a high price for it.

The material of the watch adds hugely to the price. Luxurious brands use high quality materials, such as excellent steel grade, and/or expensive, fine, precious materials (gold, platinum, diamonds, and jewels, ect). Quality materials also add to the functionality, performance, and quality of the timepiece. They also use expensive, handmade movements within their timepieces, which can add to the high price. Luxurious brands can spend thousands of pounds on one movement, though these are usually found within limited edition pieces.

Luxury watch brands would normally involve more manual labor than say lower end brands, and in some few and exceptional cases, some ultra luxury watch brands, such as Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet replicas, Vacheron Constantin, etc. might in fact be 100% handmade. The more manual labor that is needed for making a watch, and the longer the watchmaker needs to work on the timepiece, the more the timepiece will cost. And brands with high demand often don’t have enough products for their market, which can increase demand and bottleneck production. For that reason, high end luxury watches yield a slower return on investments. High end luxury timepieces are therefore not an economy of scale, so a premium price needs to be charged per manufactured unit.