The last few weeks, Probably brought great Pleasure to those who watched the World-class athletes who took Part in various competitions. Here, of course, there were watches of the same level high.
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According to the rules of the Olympic Games, watchmaker Richard Mille will announce the name of his new envoy from the world of sports only three days after the closing ceremonies.
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As is known, Swiss watchmaker Omega is the 25th time was the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games in 2012, passing the summer in London.
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This year, Omega has 25 times act as the official timekeeper of the Olympics. In this regard, the boutique Omega Westfield Stratford for a few days before the opening of the Olympic Games, near the Olympic Park held a press conference, attended by President of Omega – Stephen Urquhart, Swatch CEO Nick Hayek, the IOC President Jacques Rogge and a member of the Board Directors Peter Hyurtseler Omega Timing.
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In preparation for the London Olympics Omega has unveiled plans for ITS exclusive club where guests and VIPs will attend the races of the brand in a very classy. Omega House, the name, will be open from 28 July to 12 August and will be an oasis in the heart of Soho in a splendid Georgian house in Greek Street. There sono stati recreated indoors and outdoors inspired the most famous collections of the brand: entrance by invitation and restricted to A Few exclusive guests.
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We all love to watch with a five-digit price tags in dollars. She likes to watch with a six-figure price tags. We hang on your desktop Desktop clock for a million dollars, and fell asleep, dreaming about them. We buy, in most cases, the clock in the four-digit price range.
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