Extraordinary Vitality Ten ‘three Eyes’ Chronograph

Measuring time is the first attribute of a watch. The history of the watch industry is a precise, precise and accurate history of time. The birth of the chronograph is to meet people’s precise measurement of time and people’s desire to control time. The meaning of wearing a chronograph is just like the ‘time recording tool’ represented by its English Chronograph, beautiful and fascinating.
 Why are chronographs popular?
 Among all the known watch functions, the chronograph is definitely one of the most popular functions. It is simple, fun and functional. It’s not just an additional display, but a feature that really lets people interact with the table.
 Aesthetically speaking, chronographs are popular because the types of buttons, dials, and movements on the case have a technical sports style. It looks not only very technical but also full of vitality.
 What is a ‘three eyes’ watch?
 The ‘three-eye’ chronograph is the most common style in the chronograph dial layout. The so-called ‘three-eye’ refers to the three small dials opened in the large dial. In the chronograph, they are usually responsible for: speed measurement Timekeeping, normal walking seconds, and speed scoring. The beauty and iconicity of this design, together with the chronograph button next to the crown, have become the most classic of chronograph designs.
 Recommended ‘Three Eyes’ chronograph:
Longines-180th Anniversary Ranging Stopwatch
Longines 180th Anniversary Ranging Stopwatch
 Longines distance measuring chronograph features: with a technical tool introduced in 1811 to measure the distance of a straight line per hour, and the first modern method of measuring the speed of movement: rangefinder. The stopwatch is started at the beginning of a task and stopped at the end of the task to measure the distance per hour. The pointer shows the average distance produced per hour. To measure the speed of an object, the chronograph is started at zero distance and stopped after 1 kilometer of movement. The hands will show the average speed in the unit of measurement.
Piaget-Polo FortyFive Chronograph
Piaget Polo FortyFive Chronograph
 The Piaget Polo series is a watch inspired by the elegant atmosphere of polo sports. It is a versatile watch that is suitable for daily work and leisure sports, and can be worn at dinner parties. This watch has a titanium case with a stainless steel trim. Black, silver and red dial with luminous hour markers. Sapphire crystal case back. Rubber strap, stainless steel pins and three-fold clasp. Piaget 800P automatic winding movement, 72-hour power reserve, large date window display.
Breitling-The World’s Ultimate Chronograph
Breitling World Time Ultimate Chronograph
 This watch is equipped with the Breitling-made 04 movement certified by the Swiss Official Astronomical Observatory (COSC). The new 44 mm diameter will conquer all wrists, providing a perfect experience for those who love to travel. Just pull out the crown and rotate it forward or backward to quickly adjust the hour hand to the wearer’s time zone while maintaining the home time 24-hour display without affecting the minute hand movement.
Panerai-PAM356
Panerai PAM356
 PAM356 is a typical three-eye chronograph watch. The minute counter display is at 3 o’clock, the hour counter display is at 6 o’clock, and the small second dial is at 9 o’clock. The white central second hand extends to the edge of the dial, and the time can be clearly read through the dial outer scale. Between the 4 o’clock position and the 5 o’clock position is a calendar window. With a diameter of 44mm, PAM356 can be said to be the normal physique of the Panerai family. The black dial with luminous orange hour markers and hands unique to luminous materials makes the watch’s visual experience more vivid.
Kunlun-Admiral Cup Mileage 42 Chronograph
Admiral Kunlun Cup Mileage 42 Chronograph
 The design of the watch retains the dodecagon outer ring of the Admiralty Cup series. In order to match the chronometer model, the elegant and simple watch has soft lines, and the timer button is long and streamlined. The diameter of the case is 42mm, and it is equipped with a transparent sapphire case back to watch the movement. The watch is available in steel, steel and gold, or 18K red and gold. There are 11 different styles to choose from.
Patek Philippe-Ref. 5270 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph
Patek Philippe Ref. 5270 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph
 If you think that a single chronograph is slightly ‘thin’, then this Patek Philippe with perpetual calendar function will definitely add value to your wrist instantly. For the first time, this watch was added to the classic chronograph movement CH 29-535 PS, which was independently developed by Patek Philippe and released worldwide in 2009, and was named CH 29-535 PS Q. The more important change is in the chronograph function of the movement. The stylus wheel control mechanism and horizontal clutch used in this new chronograph movement are completely developed and manufactured by this watchmaking workshop in Geneva.
Rolex-Cosmograph Daytona
Rolex Cosmograph Daytona
 The Rolex Daytona watch named after the most famous track in the United States has always been known for its precision and durability. The Rolex Cosmograph Daytona multifunction timepiece has been involved in motorsport for a long time. Rolex is unswerving and meticulous in studying every detail to establish Daytona’s lofty status in the hearts of watch fans.
Zenith-El Primero’s New Vintage 1969 Watch
Zenith El Primero New Vintage 1969 Watch
 In 1969, Zenith introduced the first-and so far the world’s only high-frequency self-winding chronograph movement-El Primero, and this commemorative ‘Noble Black’ limited edition watch While retaining the characteristics of the original watch, it has added a lot of fashion to the watch through the improvement of the movement and appearance. The lines of the original case have been redesigned to make the watch’s outline more vivid and more manly. The integrated movement minimizes the occupation of space and ensures the reliability of short-term timekeeping.
Omega-Speedmaster Series Racing Chronograph
Omega Speedmaster Series Racing Chronograph
 The Omega Speedmaster is also the first chronograph to move the tachymeter scale from the dial to the bezel. The Omega Speedmaster series racing chronograph has a 40mm stainless steel case and a matte black aluminum tachometer ring on the bezel. The speed scale color of different models is also different, there are gray, gray yellow and gray red to choose from. The screw-down case back features the familiar seahorse emblem.
Audemars Piguet-Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph
 The entire watch combines superb technology and excellent performance, using advanced high-tech materials: the combination of ceramics with steel, rose gold and forged carbon, bold innovations, make the new chronograph stand out, creating the ultimate legend Distinguished sports watch. The oversized case with a diameter of 44 mm is exaggerated and exaggerated, showing the king of sports watches. The overall appearance of the case is redesigned, with sharp edges, like a masterpiece of sculpture full of tension, exuding the characteristics of confidence, precision and technology. The dial design is simple and restrained, striving for clear and easy to read, equipped with white gold or rose gold three-dimensional hour and minute hands, set with white gold or rose gold three-dimensional hour markers. Each subdial is decorated with an original Royal Oak offshore logo.
 I believe that these chronographs can bring extraordinary precision time experience and the joy of time control to everyone who loves watch.