The 1521 is split up into two versions. The NH (northern hemisphere) and the very limited SH (southern hemisphere) that has been all sold out. You'll probably be more interested in the NH anyway. Essentially you have a classically mapped half globe surrounded by a ring of mother-of-pearl, with map indicators printed on the chapter ring. The entire 43mm wide watch is covered in a beautiful bubble of sapphire crystal. The case is in steel, but there are also 18k yellow gold versions available. The seamless look has no lugs and the crown is integrated into the case. Very art deco streamlined. The rear of the watch has additional map imagery via tasteful engravings.
The watch has a modified Swiss ETA 2893 automatic movement. Magellan needed to create tiny tubes to raise the base of the watch hands. All four hands start at the top of the globe and wrap around it. The GMT has is tipped with a mirror polished sun, and can be used to indicate the relative position of the sun over the Earth. There is lume applied on the hour and minute hands will addition lume dots are placed on the outside chapter ring of the dial. This version of the 1521 watch has a supple honey brown ostrich strap with a steel butterfly deployment strap (that has perlage polish applied to it). This amazingly unique timepiece comes with an outstanding level of finish (the mirror polish all over the watch is so impressive), while the price is reasonable when compared to other similar unique Swiss watches at $5,600.
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
She's so gorgeous...........
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 11:07 PM
NEW MUSIC/VIDEOS: Meaku - She got a man, Statik Selektah feat. Talib Kweli, Termanology & Royce da 5′9″ - Come Around
Bonus Track – She Like It
Meaku is a 21 year old Nigerian bred, Los Angeles, CA raised singer,songwriter,arranger and Producer signed to Universal Music group. Look for his debut album in 2010.
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 10:29 PM
So is this a personal shot from the old school to the new school. Or is Uncle Spike just plane hating. I mean I'm not a huge fan of Tyler Perry's movies but most of them are pretty cool. Uncle Spike on the other hand got himself some classics under his belt. What you guys think????????????
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