Month: October 2016

2016 Longines Beijing International Equestrian Masters Is Ready To Go, Bright Stars Together To Control The Horse Event Online Interaction Leads The Elegant Trend

From September 2nd to 4th, the 2016 Longines Equestrian Beijing Masters will be staged in the ‘Bird’s Nest’ of China National Stadium. Longines, a famous Swiss watch manufacturer, has been named as the title partner, official timekeeper and designated watch for the sixth consecutive year, presenting an elegant leap for Beijing. At that time, Peng Yuyan, the elegant image ambassador of Longines, will join hands with popular movie stars Li Zonghan, Ma Sichun, Jin Chen and Zhang Yao to help this high-level equestrian event, and praise Longines’ passion for the equestrian sport for a century. From now on, Longines will also launch special online events simultaneously. Just follow Longines’ official Weibo and WeChat and participate in online games, you will have the opportunity to win tickets to the equestrian masters and experience the elegant charm of equestrian sports in person.

Luxury lineup gathers in the bird’s nest

    The 2016 Longines Beijing International Equestrian Masters will be staged at the ‘Bird’s Nest’ at the National Stadium of China from September 2nd to 4th. Longines has been the title partner, official timekeeper and designated watch for the sixth consecutive year, and presented the “Longines Grand Prix”. The intense schedule that combines athletics and elegance will show the common pursuit of elegance, tradition and outstanding performance of Longines and equestrian sports.
    The lineup of riders in this competition is excellent. The top 30 international riders in the FEI world and more than 120 leading domestic riders will gather in the bird’s nest, including the world’s number one French rider Simon Delestre. , World-class riders such as Christian Ahlmann, the second-ranked German rider, and Ludger Beerbaum, known as the ‘father of equestrian’ in Germany. Leaders such as Li Zhenqiang, Liu Tongyan, Zhu Meimei and other Chinese riders will also steer the horse and compete with riders from all over the world. The riders will drive more than 140 obstacle horses with a total value of more than 100 million yuan and compete for a total prize money of up to 1.62 million yuan.
    In addition to the intense competition, a series of equestrian-related activities will also be launched as planned. The elegant meaning of equestrian sports will be interpreted through a variety of perspectives such as parent-child interaction, riding experience, fashion lifestyle and food culture.

Brilliant stars help equestrian events, online interaction leads the trend of elegance

    While exhibiting the competitive level of domestic equestrian sports, the 2016 Longines Beijing International Equestrian Masters also welcomed the bright stars and celebrities. Longines Elegant Ambassador Peng Yuyan will join the popular movie stars Li Zonghan, Ma Sichun, Jin Chen, Zhang Yao and other loved guests to appear in the bird’s nest to help the equestrian activities, adding a touch of eye-catching.
    At the same time, Longines has also launched a special online interaction to create a new racing experience, inviting the majority of watches and equestrian lovers to share the wonderful charm of equestrian sports. Starting today, you only need to follow the official Longines Weibo and WeChat, participate in online interactive games, choose individual horse races to overcome obstacles, and have the opportunity to win tickets to the 2016 Longines Beijing International Equestrian Masters, and experience the grace of the rider and horse .

A masterpiece of classic timepieces

    Taking this opportunity as an opportunity, Longines also presented the famous craftsman series and Dai Chuo Wiener series watches, praising and the equestrian sport 100 years of love. The famous master series moon phase chronograph watch, with a stainless steel case and a silver barley grain dial, elegantly enhances the moon phase display and chronograph function. Precise performance complements the pure skills and outstanding performance of riders and horses on the field. Longines Dai Chuo Weiner watches, with the meaning of sweet life, embodies modern design and modern style. The stainless steel case is inlaid with diamonds, giving the wrist an elegant and feminine temperament.
    The relationship between Longines and equestrian sports can be traced back to 1878, when Longines produced a chronograph that was enough to be recorded in history. This pocket watch is engraved with a rider and his mount. In 1912, Longines was the first official timekeeper for the International Equestrian Obstacle Race. Today, Longines has been widely used in equestrian events such as obstacle course, flat horse race, endurance race and so on.

Longines Master Series Stainless Steel Moon Phase Chronograph Watch Number: L2.673.4.78.3 Reference Price: RMB 25,000 |

    A Longines masterpiece stainless steel moon phase chronograph with a self-winding L678 mechanical movement that swings 28,800 times per hour. The watch is 40 mm in diameter and has a barley grain pattern on the silver surface. Hours, minutes, seconds are displayed, and the half-moon-shaped central hand indicates the date. The 24-hour dial at 9 o’clock; the moon phase display function and the 12-hour cumulative dial at 6 o’clock; the 30-minute cumulative dial at 12 o’clock and the day and month display windows. The transparent case back gives a glimpse of the subtle movement. Equipped with brown alligator leather strap, waterproof to 3 bar.

Longines Dai Chuo Wiener Series Stainless Steel Diamond Women’s Watch Watch Number: L5.512.0.71.6 Reference Price: New Price

    Longines DolceVita watches have been writing hymns praising the sweet life ever since they came out. Inspired by softer lines, this watch uses a stainless steel case with 23 x 37 mm case set with diamonds. The silver “flinqué” dial is decorated with Roman numerals, is equipped with a quartz movement, the blue steel hands point to the hours and minutes, and the stainless steel bracelet.

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