World’s Most Accurate Watch-Amazing Replica Zenith Watch

Founded in Le Locle in 1865 and now owned by LVMH ,the Zenith Swiss watchmaker has just released a new replica watch called the Defy Lab which is claims is the most accurate mechanical watch in the world. What Zenith says they’ve done is basically throw out the balance spring principle which has been the embodiment of mechanical watchmaking since British physicist Robert Hooke came up with the idea around 1660, and Dutch scientist Christiaan Huygens built a functioning timepiece based upon it several years later. With the Defy Lab Zenith has made a new single-piece oscillator made of monocrystalline silicon, the base material for silicon chips, which takes the place of the 30-odd components of a balance spring system. It is also 10 times thinner at just 0.5 mm.
The Defy Lab’s movement beats at 15 Hertz to put it in perspective and drop science, with an amplitude of +/- 6 degrees, and features a 60-hour power reserve, more than 10% increase over Zenith’s iconic El Primero. While the new Defy Lab movement is a bit bizarre looking, and certainly not as elegant as a typical balance spring engine, it has other advantages including no need for lubrication, ultra-high resistance to variations in temperature, gravity and magnetic fields; on this last point the watch exceeds ISO-764 magnetic criteria, meaning it can withstand 1,100 Gauss.
The fake Zenith is unveiling 10 collector’s edition versions of the Defy Lab to start, and all have already been pre-sold. The 44 mm case of the Defy Lab is also a departure from the norm, being the first to be made from Aeronith, which Zenith replica says is the world’s lightest aluminum composite. The brand developed it using a proprietary “high-tech process” and says it is 2.7 times lighter than titanium, 1.7 times lighter than aluminum and 10% lighter than carbon fibre. Zenith credits Guy Semon, CEO of the LVMH Watch Division’s R&D Institute, with help in developing the new case and movement, and apparently LVMH Watch Division President and Zenith CEO Jean-Claude Biver is sending a signal here that LVMH is prepared to invest so much in technological development, another shot across the bows of replica Rolex, which keeps still the leader in vintage watchmaking creation.

A Sophisticated Black Leather Strap for your Luxury Rolex Watch

It seems that most actions made by Rolex bear great fruits in the end all the time. Each separate element that goes into any one of their designs has a target; whether it’s to increase the appearance or the functionality, everything has to earn its place. 
However, the bracelets of Rolex Replicas are no different. The trinity of metal bands outfitted across the various models in their catalog—the Jubilee, the President and the Oyster—are themselves minor works of art and masterpieces of engineering excellence.
But while the metal bracelets are the most outstanding, and rightly so, the fake Rolex’s leather straps receive the same obsessive level of scrutiny and perfection. Nowhere near as abundant, the watches they are attached to are chosen with the utmost care to improve the overall look and feel.
Substituting a fake watch’s metal bracelet for a leather strap gives you a totally new watch, in the same way that the appearance of a suit is completely chosen by different styles of shirt and tie.
There’s just something a little more business-like about a black leather strap. They give sports models a soberness that only increases their versatile nature and they can tone down the flamboyance of a yellow gold case or diamond accents on a dress watch.
The Cellini collection, named after the 16th century Italian sculptor Benvenuto Cellini, is as tastefully simple as Rolex gets. Their aims as pieces of jewelry to be worn on special occasions rather than as tools to help you through the day is underlined by their status as the only pieces in the brand’s lineup not to be housed in an Oyster case. The slim profile and graceful contours are designed to slip under a shirtsleeve for those events where black tie isn’t optional.
The ideal watch, then, for a leather strap. With their modest size, a metal bracelet would always look out of place, distracting from the refined look of the dial and the flowing lines of the case. 
Our Rolex model is a great example. The 32mm yellow gold model launched in 1999 features a supple black leather Rolex strap that contrasts beautifully against the crisp whiteness of the face. Long, slender hands sweep over gold hour markers, giving an extremely legible readout, with the large ‘VI’ index being the only quirky detail on the otherwise unadorned façade.
The manually winding caliber and lack of a seconds hand only stress its position as an out and out showpiece—a replica watch for watch lovers and for those looking to top off a formal outfit with the final exquisite touch.
Black leather straps bring a new dimension to traditional Rolex watches. What are your thoughts on black leather bracelets for your watch? Do you like metallic bracelets?