Certification: Individually serial numbered with accompanying C.O.S.C certification.
DISCLAIMER: Contrary to the name of this MB&F timepiece, making skin contact with it will not result in you being poisoned with deadly venom. That is what would happen if you started handling actual poison dart frogs (though I believe you would have to bite into a few of the safer ones to get poisoned). Which is sad, because they are really cute little creatures. I totally want to travel to South American jungles and witness first hand the petite deadly amphibians hopping around on the jungle floor.
Inside the watch is a caliber HUB4245 automatic chronograph movement. It features a skeletonized dial and special central 45 minute chronograph counter - to measure soccer games of course. The rubber strap is special with a white strip down the middle. It looks great on the wrist by the way. Really a nice piece with the colors and fun soccer theme. Now you too can be like the "hand of god". Just make sure to wear one on each wrist. The King Power Diego Maradona watches are limited to 500 pieces in ceramic, and 200 pieces in 18k King gold.
Replica Longiness LA Grande Classique Watches
Rolex - probably the world's top luxury marque - has decided to put a segment of its venerable advertising budget into YouTube, the major online video sharing website. Rolex is known (perhaps famous) for its healthy, but finicky advertising budget. It is also widely known among watch writers and journalists to be a brand that rarely speaks with any type of media in regard to their products. Fanatically protective with their image and market, Rolex's participation with YouTube as an advertising partner is interesting to say the least.
The case has no screws holding it together. In fact, it doesn't really have air in it either. This is the first watch I have heard of that has a vacuum sealed inner chamber. The caseback of the watch is vacuum sucked to the rest of the case - so don't try and pry it off. The 99.5% air-free space in the watch reduces friction caused by air - mostly via the escapement. According to Cartier, the removal of air from the case dramatically improves movement energy efficiency by almost completely removing energy that is lost due to air friction. Pretty cool. Though the complications mount when you think about the implications. Those being little things like how to seal the case, how to adjust the movement, and how an air-free space effects the movement. In short, Cartier had to patent a few things, remove all lubrication from the movement, and use some fancy new materials that are almost frictionless and don't need oil. Things more advanced than standard silicon.
I believe that Fortis actually uses an AR coated acrylic crystal rather than a sapphire crystal made to look like one. Vintage enthusiasts will certainly take fond note of that. But personally I think that a good sapphire crystal trumps all other crystals. The Marinemaster Vintage steel case is 40mm wide - a pretty reasonable analog to 1970's dive watches sizes. You'll also notice the thin rotating dive bezel sitting below the raised crystal. That along with smaller piston style chronograph pushers make for a very retro sport look.