Luxury Watch Brands Get Hip With iPhone Applications

2009 is proving to be the year that the makers of premium watches try out a fresh way to market their products “a like the iPhone” is the venue of choice.

Bell & Ross has released their own iPhone apps, which have more features that are superior to those of other.

Here’s a review of the various applications:

Bell & Ross is the first brand to launch an iPhone application, and it’s the most basic.

The app will show time, and you can use your phone’s shake to charge the watch’s auto-winding function. You can download many Bell & Ross watches, in a range of designs and colors. Visit:-

Bell & Ross specifically creates premium watches for professionals like air force pilots deep sea divers and anti-mine military teams among other. The design of their watches is based on the dashboard, which is the foundation of all professionals. The design is more important than functionality. Also “the essential is never compromised by the superfluous.”

Breitling was the second app to be launched and, contrasted with the iPhone apps that followed, is quite basic in its offerings.

Breitling’s method of marketing is different from Bell & Ross. The app promotes a single watch and not the entire brand. The app of Breitling is focused on a single watch, the Chronomat BO1 Breitling’s latest chronograph.

The application provides an extremely thorough and precise description of the Chronomat BO1, which includes technical details, videos, and 360-degree views of the device. The configurator allows you to see the hundreds of models that you can customize. One can find the closest Breitling authorized retailer using a point-of-sale tracking system. With the launch of Piaget’s iPhone app, things start to become exciting.

The Piaget application was designed to be used with one watch only The Polo FortyFive Chronograph GPS. The watch is brand new to Piaget and Piaget would like everyone to be able to experience it. The PoloFortyFive is a luxury sports watch that is named for the length of time that a polo match will take. It’s a blend of the use of titanium, injected rubber and steel. The case is 45mm in size and is made from titanium. It features a classy silver dial with index markers. A strap made of rubber with steel hinges and buckle is available. Automatic movements are manufactured in-house and come with an automatic chronograph with flyback, a second time zone GMT function and sweep seconds. The bracelet is constructed from titanium, stainless steel, and rubber.

Piaget recently presented one of these Polo 45 Chronographs Fernando Torres, the well known Spanish soccer player who plays for the Liverpool and Spanish national teams. The goal was to help promote the image that Piaget is also an excellent sports watch.

As with the watch itself, which is quite handsome and elegant The iPhone app gives the user an appealing method of determining what time it is, while also being able to determine independent intervals of time. The application mimics the function of the watch’s flyback feature and lets the user begin a new time sequence without having to stop the central hand of the chronograph.

As with all luxury brands of watches as with all luxury watch brands, the “localization” feature allows users to locate the nearest Piaget boutique.

The final app reviewed here is by Jaeger-LeCoultre. Jaeger extends the entire iPhone app concept to new heights.

Jaeger-LeCoultre describes the app as “Driven to the love for watches and technology, and committed to its avant-garde design,” Jaeger-LeCoultre opens the first iPhone watchmaking class.

Yes. Online classes can be taken to learn how Jaeger makes some of its most well-known watches, including the reverse Squadra. Six classes are offered. These classes will help you learn and practice techniques such as assembling a chronograph, decorating and jewelling the movement, and polishing, engraving, and setting the gem.

The most appealing and attractive feature of the app Jaeger-LeCoultre? You can install the app, join the class and win an opportunity to travel to Switzerland.

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