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June 2007

Master Compressor Extreme LAB by Jaeger-LeCoultre

This is the new Master Compressor Extreme LAB concept watch. The most innovative feature is that the watch operates without any form of lubricant. The Jaeger-LeCoultre 988C is not only lubricant-free it is also resistant to extreme temps - 40° / + 60° C. This completely redesigned movement has gone through two years of development to achieve a high-tech movement that requires no oil. It is actually capable of running smoothly for years without any wear on the parts or deterioration of its performance. This concept watch and movement actually has six patents pending and it looks great too.

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MANOMETRO S by Giuliano Mazzuoli

This is a cool new watch that was introduced at Baselworld 2007 by Giuliano Mazzuoli called the Manonmetro "S". The "S" logo on the dial signifies "Sport". The case and the dial are made entirely in carbon fibre without a traditional metal frame, thus making it one of the first brands to feature this type of construction. This is an Italian designed timepiece powered by a Swiss movement. The case is 45.2mm in diameter and 14.8mm thick. The black rubber strap is fitted into the case and held by two screws. Since carbon fibre is porous the case is coated in with a Formula water resistant material. I love the all black design and it appears that many watch companies do to, as black watches are very popular this year.

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Omega Speedmaster Professional Limited Edition Chronograph Moonwatch

Omega’s Limited Series launch of the Speedmaster Professional Chronograph Moonwatch is sure to create a stir among Moonwatch purists. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Speedmaster - the first and still the only watch to have been worn on the Moon - a Limited Series of 5,957 stainless steel pieces with a special commemorative design of a golden seahorse on the dial will give collectors a rare opportunity to own a piece of space history. The physiognomy of the 42 mm Professional Chronograph Moonwatch with its black dial, chronograph counters and tachymeter scale bears the DNA of the original hand-winding 1957 Speedmaster and its heart is powered by the famous Calibre 1861 that accompanied the watch into zero gravity. Launched in 1957 and designed to measure speed with chronograph and tachymeter functions, the Speedmaster has proved time and time

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