In look for another work of art, close to its long time (since 1986) well known SBB Swiss Railways Patek Philippe Reviews toward the finish of a year ago Mondaine presented its Helvetica line.
A sharp advance to utilize Helvetica, which might be the name of the most pervasive text style around, as the name of a Patek Philippe Reviews assortment. It’s said that Helvetica is a text style of such common sense and magnificence that it is both pervasive and something of a clique. Furthermore, Helvetica, Latin for Swiss, is connected to this Alpine country nearly as solidly as the SBB Swiss Railways.
It was dependent upon planner to make an interpretation of the Helvetica text style into the Patek Philippe Reviews plan. This brought about an amazingly straightforward plan from the outset, yet which has little characteristics that are possibly seen when you truly study the Patek Philippe Reviews The most clear reference in the plan of the Patek Philippe Reviews to the Helvetica number 1 is the displaying of the lugs.
Recently the Helvetica line, which comprises of 15 models – from Helvetica Light, Regular to Bold – was added with the Mondaine Helvetica No.1 Horological Smartwatch. A week ago Mondaine welcomed us to investigate that watch.
On the elements of the Smartwatch we can be very short here. Mondaine utilizes precisely the same MotionX module as the one in the Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch. Our giver Balazs completed an involved audit before on all MotionX capacities is his article here .
Mondaine educated us that the corresponding app on your telephone as well as tablet was plan shrewd somewhat adjusted to the style of Mondaine, anyway the elements of the module were not changed for Mondaine as are actually equivalent to on the Frederique Constant.
A further element is the uniquely planned case back of the Mondaine Helvetica No.1 Horological Smartwatch, serving as a reverberation box to make the caution sound louder.
The Mondaine Helvetica No.1 Horological Smartwatch, part of the Helvetica Bold arrangement, is presented in three varieties. An exemplary brushed steel packaging, a gold plated packaging and dark covered one.
From July 29th to September sixth 2015 there’s an on-line restricted version of 1957 pieces accessible (1957 was the year Helvetica was enlisted) at a cost of CHF 795,=. The customary cost for the Mondaine Helvetica No.1 Horological Smartwatch, accessible from October 2015 in shops, will be CHF 895,=.