Panehai Pam00307 Helps Global Adventure Environmental Protection Activities

Officine Panerai Panerai specially invited the Pangaea environmental sailing boat steered by world-renowned South African explorer Mike Horn to come to Hong Kong to promote the environmental protection concept from September 26 to 29. Same press conference. The cooperation between Panerai and Mike Horn started in 2002. So far, it has established a close partnership for 7 years and has developed a total of 4 Panerai models that incorporate professional instruments into watch design-PAM00092, PAM00186, PAM00252 and PAM00307 . In addition, Panerai deliberately arranged for the first representative of the young explorer program in Asia, Li Yan of Shenzhen, China to share her experience in the two weeks of the Ice Cracked Fjord on the South Island of New Zealand. This event will attract more young people aged 15-20 to apply to participate in this unique project, and hope that more younger generations will pay attention to the sustainable development of the earth’s ecology. PAM307 Luminor 1950 Submersible Depth Gauge Professional Depth Gauge Watch Limited Edition PAM307 Luminor 1950 Submersible Depth Gauge Professional Depth Gauge Watch Back
     Panerai’s Luminor 1950 Submersible Depth Gauge Limited Edition (PAM00307) continues its tradition and became a multi-tasking explorer’s companion in the four-year PANGAEA Global Adventure Environmental Campaign. One of its outstanding characteristics is that it will never be affected even in the extreme temperature of Antarctica. Of course, the Asian tour of the “PANGAEA Global Adventure Environmental Campaign” led by Mike Horn, an environmental advocate and a brave man beyond human limits, is presented to you by Panerai, a model of professional watchmakers.

Bell & Ross Creative Director Receives French Knight Medal

BELL & ROSS held an annual event at the famous Hôtel National des Invalides in Paris. The event includes two contents that are meaningful to BELL & ROSS: First, Bruno Belamich, creative director of BELL & ROSS, won Musée General de l’Armée (Military Museum) Director General Baptiste awarded the Knight of the French Legion of Honor; at the same event last year, Carlos Rosillo, CEO of BELL & ROSS, was awarded the same medal to witness the brand’s outstanding achievements. The brand announced a new watch series at this event. The focus includes the Vintage Sport Heritage watch series, which pays tribute to the civil aviation industry in the 1960s. One of the Vintage Falcon models is a special watch to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dassault Aircraft Falcon passenger aircraft paragraph.

 BELL & ROSS held an annual event at the famous Hôtel National des Invalides in Paris.

 (From left) Carlos Rosillo, CEO of BELL & ROSS, Bruno Belamich, creative director of BELL & ROSS, and General Christian Baptiste, director of the Military Museum.

 This time the medal award ceremony and the presentation of the new watch were held at The Hôtel National des Invalides. Obviously, it has been carefully planned because The Hôtel National des Invalides building itself has a long history and was once a very important military landmark. The perfect location for the event.

 Looking back on history, when the French Emperor Napoleon set up a national award system, a generation of heroes are dormant today under the golden dome of the Invalides church. At that time, Napoleon’s purpose was to hold the first medal award ceremony on July 15, 1804, on Invalides. On that day, Napoleon personally awarded honours to all nominees, including those from industry. At that time, Napoleon believed that the country’s own economy must be strong Can only maintain a strong military force.

                            Invalides Church Golden Dome

 Nearly 800 guests attended the event, including media representatives, military representatives, professional pilots, politicians and heavyweights in the watchmaking industry, to share their passion and interest in watchmaking. Guests include: Minister Frédéric Lefebvre, Chief of Staff Staff General Bertrand Ract Madoux, General Stéphane ABRIAL, General Hervé Longuet, General Vincent Lanata, Colonel Jack Krine, Mr. Helmut Sinn and Mr. Alain Wertheimer, etc .; many pilots, students of the Academy of Warfare Representatives of Special Forces, RAID and Marine Corps also attended. The event was held late into the night, and the atmosphere was lively.