People Who Are Good At Tossing Movements – Aimi

Maurice Lacroix (Amy) believes that she has a very high status in the eyes of her cousin. Amy has always followed the line of conscience. With her intentional movement, the high cost performance leaves a deep impression. Amy’s predecessor was a watch parts factory that was responsible for assembling watches for other brands. It was not formally established until 1975, after having extensive experience and customer markets. I guess Amy’s boss is a master of movement players. He likes to buy old movements in stock everywhere, and then take them back and refit them to be carried in his own brand. Prior to the release of the first self-produced movement in 2006, Amy was simply a king of modification: the number of movements involved is innumerable, and it is particularly interesting that Amy has made a number of limited styles with this stock of movements. Selling a lot is priceless. How many movements has Amy used? Rather than a watch manufacturer, it is better to say that it is a movement processing factory. The used movement brands are the following: FHF, UNITAS, VENUS, PESAUX, VALJOUX, AS, ETA, LJP. Among them, the most used is the movement of the ETA Group, a large amount of material, coupled with Amy’s own modification features, will play 7001, 2824, 2892 very slippery. Today, this Le Méridien model 70752-the movement uses VALJOUX72C, is also a well-known timing movement. Known for its use in Rolex Daytons, its structural design is precise and durable, and its materials have been used by many brands. The VJ72 was produced from 1946 to 1974. The improved version of the VJ92 in the later period simplified the parts, but the movement lacked a touch of charm. The strength of VALJOUX movement factory is unquestionable. 7750 is a combination of comprehensive automation, cost and accuracy of VJ factory. As a must-have for chronograph movements, the 7750 exists like a god. Amy’s boss found this batch of stock VJ72C movements, polished them, and added his own shell to the surface. It is limited to 60 masterpieces. If you like Amy and watch friends who love movements, I believe this is your ultimate choice. You can see the gorgeous plate surface, full of elements filled on the low-temperature porcelain plate-four stitches, three-eye gold circle, double calendar window, and the classic design of symmetry. Zooming in to see the details, the hands interweave a gorgeous movement: the toffee hands for the minute and hour hands, the daily seconds hand and the large chronograph seconds hand at the nine o’clock position with a stick head, thirty minutes and twelve hours A diamond needle was used, and the last crescent needle pointed at the date. Classical design is not the same as being outdated, the division of labor is reasonable, and the model of clear instructions can exist in the watch industry. The design of the onion handle head is large and the texture is deep to ensure that when it is manually rotated to add energy, the comfortable feel makes everyone love the winding of the beloved watch every day. When turning round and round, I suddenly thought of the preciousness of time, or did I have to work hard to gain something, or do a few things today. The small habit of winding by hand is not boring, because he becomes your mentor, and he spurs you inadvertently or intentionally every day. The gold buckle design is often the most attentive. It is more elegant and noble than steel. The imprint is full of hidden positions on the back, and the identity is self-evident. The buckle’s tongue looks like a slide, ensuring the fit of the belt to the wrist. Amy, who has both face and lining, how can I miss this movement, open the window and design through it, and carry the ML70 movement-the Valjoux72C movement called the door, which will polish the original rough movement again. Replace with the baked blue screws. The antique movement turned around gorgeously, paying tribute to the classic chronograph. ML70 movement parameters: diameter 29.5MM, thickness 6.95MM, swing frequency 18000, number of parts 169, 17 diamonds, screw balance, guide wheel column timing structure, five-azimuth observatory adjustment. Limited by the cost and market constraints at the time, timing has always been laborious. Only a few factories make timing movements. Venus, Valjoux, Lemania, Minerva, and Longines, the traditional chronograph movement factories, were all outstanding at the time. Its classic representative works are not described here, but in the later period, the emergence of automatic components has impacted the traditional manual timing market. In addition, the timekeeping function has gradually separated from market demand, and its existence is more a demonstration of mechanical beauty. The transmission gear, Y splint, spring bar, lever, star wheel column, screw balance are all at a glance. Fine manual polishing and reasonable and beautiful layout are the charm of mechanical watches. The size of W: 38MM and T: 13MM is generous. The case of K gold with brown crocodile straps can well set off the noble feeling. The retro dial matches the antique movement to play the best classical movement. If you like machinery, manual timing is the threshold that cannot be avoided. When a good movement meets, you must start immediately. If you miss it, you will only pay a greater price next time. Is he worth it? Well worth it!