Three charismatic superstars were excitedly presented at the Roger Dubuis booth during the 2013 Geneva International Haute Horlogerie. Gerald Butler, Daphne Guinness and Tomo Sisley have been in the Roger Dubuis family since 2011.
RogerDubuis CEO Jean-Marc Pontroué and Gerard Butler
Scottish actor Gerard Butler has a strong physique, a stubborn personality and a fierce temperament, which has made him famous in the field of film art. Daphne Guinness is an aristocrat with dual bloodlines of England and Ireland. She is regarded as one of the most elegant women in the world and a friend and inspirational muse of the greatest figures in fashion. French actor Tomo Sisley, who has starred alongside Sharon Stone in the film ‘Largo Winch’ and played a very personal role, is an endless explorer.
Left: Daphne Guinness-Right: Tomo Sisley
At the three-day Geneva International Haute Horlogerie Show, the presence of three brand ambassadors is a great honor for Roger Dubuis. They were invited by Roger Dubuis to participate in every important part of the watch exhibition. As a special guest, they also had dinner with more than 50 invitees every night under the legendary logo of the Excalibur series. The three ambassadors also accepted the interview and signed the scene, which integrated a strong artistic atmosphere and joyful atmosphere into the scene.
All this undoubtedly happened at the Roger Dubuis booth. From Monday, January 21st, Jean-Marc Pontroue, the CEO of the brand, and Mr. Remy Pagani, the mayor of Geneva, came to the inauguration ceremony to perform a conventional ribbon-cutting ceremony with a medieval sword in a beautiful trumpet of the medieval trumpet .
Eye-catching Roger Dubuis booth during SIHH 2013
The Geneva watchmaking brand seized the annual theme of the Excalibur collection and designed decorative patterns inspired by the world of knights who respected self-reliance and strength. Therefore, under the huge eagle wing of the central government, media reporters, visitors and experts felt this fantastic atmosphere, and at the same time experienced the major innovations of the Excalibur Quatuor in 2013.
Source: Sparkle PR Solutions for RogerDubuis
Video: Roger Dubuis YouTube Channel
The Audemars Piguet Millenary 4101 watch won the first prize in the Prix du Public category of the 2011 Grand Prix d’ Horlogerie. The awards ceremony was held at the grand Théâtre de Genève, where Audemars Piguet won the prize with a modern timepiece that night. This watch showcases exquisite mechanical devices at the top of the case, reflecting the brand’s superb skills. The Millennium Millenary 4101 watch, ingenious and unique, is not only full of exquisite and magnificent style, but also a masterpiece created by Swiss watchmaker Le Brassus, showing extraordinary creativity and craftsmanship everywhere. Audemars Piguet handles the design, development, and production of the 4101 movement. Generally, the components hidden behind the dial can be seen at a glance.
In order to achieve this effect, the adjustment device consisting of the balance wheel, lever, and escapement mechanism has been modified to set the eye-catching position at 9 o’clock. The watch’s adjustable weight balance has eight small weights, and its gold design and beautiful straddle bridge make the watch extra bright and charming. The discerning person will notice its uniquely designed lever and escape wheel. This timepiece combines function and design, seamless from the inside to the outside, allowing the viewer to see the movement of the movement from the surface.
Mr. Philippe Merk, Chief Executive Officer of the Audemars Piguet Group, received the award on behalf of the brand, and said: ‘I am deeply honored to be able to represent the Audemars Piguet Millenary 4101 for the Millennium series. This honour highlights The original spirit, outstanding achievements and long and delicate watchmaking tradition of Audemars Piguet, while confirming that the brand is not limited to the iconic Royal Oak series design, and continues to innovate and inherit the outstanding tradition of Audemars Piguet. ‘
Millenary Millennium 4101
Stainless steel case
Stainless steel case or 18K rose gold case
Size (length / width): 47 x 42 mm
Thickness: 13 mm
透明 Sapphire crystal transparent case back
Water-resistant to 20 meters
Fixed directly to the movement bridge
Black and dark grey dial with rose gold Roman numerals
Rose gold hour and minute hands
Black or brown hand-stitched square large scale crocodile leather strap, stainless steel or 18K rose gold AP folding clasp
Hour and minute display, small seconds display
Audemars Piguet Cal. 4101 self-winding horizontal oval movement
Total size (length / width): 37.25 x 32.90 mm
Movement without assembly outer ring size (length / width): 36.75 x 32 mm
Thickness: 7.46 mm
K22K gold ceramic ball bearing automatic disc, two-way automatic winding
Maximum power reserve of 60 hours
Wobble frequency: 28,800 times / hour (4 Hz)
Adjustable weight balance with eight small weights and Breguet hairspring
Generic movable balance bolt, fixed with screws
Seiko decoration: all components are hand-polished and polished; the front of the board is decorated with horizontal Geneva waves, and the back is polished with pearl dots; the bridge plate is rhodium-plated, chamfered, decorated with snail-shaped threads, horizontal and circular Geneva waves, and Polished with pearl dots. The edges of the ruby assembly holes are polished with diamonds; the wheel arms of the gears are chamfered; each screw head and the periphery of the screw holes are decorated with diamond polished mirrors.