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    Boer Dual Time Zone Date And Time Setting Method

    Model: applicable to GM1056, GM2086
    Please refer to the basic description of ‘Automatic Watch Series’ and the following description.
    In models with dual time zone series, the large calendar window is located at 12 o’clock, and the second time zone display is located at 6 o’clock.
    日期 Date of adjustment:
    拉 Pull out the crown to position [1] and turn the crown counterclockwise to adjust the date. When done, push crown back to position [0]. If any month has less than 31 days, the date must be corrected on the first day of the next month.
    Adjustment time:
    拉 Pull the crown out to position [2] and the second hand will stop. First turn the crown clockwise to adjust the time in the second time zone, and the local time hour and minute hands will also rotate. After the time in the second time zone is adjusted, you can turn the crown counterclockwise to set the local time. At this time, the hour hand in the second time zone will be locked, and only its minute hand will rotate and synchronize with the adjustment of the local time. Coordinate the time display of the two time zones.

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    Stainless Steel Jacques Dro New Jewellery Watch

    Jaquet Droz Petite Heure Minute 35 mm watch pays tribute to the charm of today’s women with stainless steel and mother-of-pearl! For the first time, Jacques de Ronaldo chooses all-steel steel for women’s watches. The stainless steel on the table and the diamonds of the dark blue mother-of-pearl and the stars are brilliant. |

    Noble and elegant mother-of-pearl is carefully carved and cut into a unique disc with a dazzling brilliance; as the wrist shakes, the light and shadow change, showing royal blue, sea blue, cobalt blue or indigo blue. Legend has it that the seven-pointed star is a symbol of mystery and powerful magic. Eight seven-pointed stars are scattered on the dial rays, which outline a magnificent and deep night sky.

    The integrated stainless steel bracelet has a unique harmonious beauty, which is also the result of long-term precision research and development. In design, it caters to the double challenges of aesthetics and technology, cleverly uses the asymmetry of the lines, and links the links of different sizes into a chain, which perfectly fits the wrist. Two beautiful diamonds on the chain shine brightly, which highlights the noble and elegant side of this timepiece, as if chanting women’s beauty.
    This tribute to today’s women combines contemporary top-notch watchmaking craftsmanship: built-in Jacques de Roche 2653 automatic mechanical movement, 68-hour power reserve, bezel set with 160 diamonds. The glory of the sun and the mystery of the night are perfectly blended here. Petite Heure Minute 35 mm combines all the charm of women into a new jewellery watch of the elegant poetic-Elegance Paris series.

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    Swatch Group Approves Swatch Group’s New Plan For Adjusting The Supply Of Movements

    The Swiss Competition Commission (COMCO) started investigations in June 2011 and negotiated with the Swatch Group. Until recently, its secretariat and Swatch Group were finally approved. New agreement for third party supply of movements.
    On July 8 this year, the Swiss Competition Commission (COMCO) rejected the first gentleman agreement between its secretariat and the Swatch Group. However, the committee has now approved a renegotiated plan that allows the Swatch Group to gradually reduce its mechanical movement delivery. According to a press release issued by the Swiss Competition Commission, Swatch Group’s ETA company must treat all customers equally, and has added a special clause to protect small and medium-sized enterprises to avoid the crisis of SME customers due to short supply.
    The interim measures previously issued by the committee to request the Swatch Group to continue to provide fine-tuning of the movement (mechanical movement speed regulation mechanism) continue to be valid. Under the terms of the new agreement, Swatch Group will continue to provide mechanical movements until December 31, 2019. From 2014 to 2015, the supply of mechanical movements can be adjusted downwards by 75% from 2009 to 2011; it fell to 65% from 2016 to 2017 and from 55% from 2018 to 2019.
    The above is selected from the official press release of the Swiss Competition Commission (COMCO), which is only available in French, German and Italian.