The Manual Wind: Calibre de Cartier Diver

first_img The Best Casio Watches For Every Occasion The Best Men’s Skeleton Watches — No Bones About It Editors’ Recommendations The Awake G7 Watch Makes Fishing Nets Fashionable and Sustainable Affordable Watch Hunting: 10 Best Timex Watches For Men Reyka Vodka May Have the Coolest Distiller on the Planet Over the past ten years there has been one segment that has grown to become a staple almost every watch brands lineup; the dive watch.  Though a little late to the party, Cartier dove right in with their Calibre Diver.  Cartier took their newer design, the Calibre de Cartier, and added what every functional dive watch requires; a rotating bezel.  For a brand that defined the dress watch, Cartier has done well with their interpretation of diver sport.At 42mm in diameter, the Calibre Diver has more of a presence on the wrist than it measures.  The well proportioned ADLC coated bezel with SuperLuminova markings add a nice contrast against any of the case metal offerings.  Offered in Stainless Steel, Steel and Gold, and Rose Gold; with metal bracelet and rubber straps as well. This is a truly versatile sport timepiece.  A highly legible dial sits above Cartier’s manufacture caliber 1904-MC automatic movement all sealed to a depth of 300 meters water resistant.It can be tough for a brand to enter a new segment.  Brands known for classic dress like Jaquet Droz and Glashutte have successfully made entry over the years as well.  With a groundwork in classic timepieces, Cartier obviously had no issue taking on the challenge and bringing their very loyal following a well priced sport piece.  Start at $8,200, the Calibre de Cartier Diver finally brings Cartier in to a segment it should have been in years ago.last_img read more

EHF CL Wild Card auction RNL Granollers Gorenje and Kielce

← Previous Story Bilbija and Vortmann join GWD Minden Next Story → Arnautovic left Crvena zvezda after Perunicic’s attack! EHF Wild Card tournament After many serious teams failed to qualify for the next edition of the EHF Champions League, media speculations about “Wild Card” tournament invitations started. The most secure is probably fourth team from Germany, the best League in the World.  Rhein Neckar Lowen will have same possibility as last summer, when “Lions” got a chance through “WC tournament” and then came to the “EHF F4” tournament in Cologne.After Spanish final and domination in Cologne, one is definitive. Fourth team from Spain MUST have a chance to enter the competition of 24 best teams of Europe. Team with the tradition, CWC finalist last season and fourth in ASOBAL this season was Fraikin Granollers with the same number of points as Ademar Leon.Slovenian vice-champion, Gorenje Velenje has an adequate status in the European handball. That is why, team from Velenje played at previous “Wild Card” tournament. Only Champion isn’t the same. Last year that was Celje PL and this season Cimos Koper won Championship. Gorenje is second and for the third year in a row is expected that EHF gives a chance to Slovenian vice-champion.Fourth “expected” team is Polish vice-champion, Vive Targi Kielce. Maybe sounds unfamiliar to the French third team (Dunkerque) or Swiss vice-champion (Pfadi Wintertur), but Polish Vive Targi Kielce has a quality and financial stability to find a place in TOP 16 of the EHF Champions League, like two seasons ago. It would be interesting to see, what will be the decision of EHF, if it is a fact that even Polish champion, Wisla Plock, has to go through qualification, so it could be interesting situation that Champion of one country doesn’t play in the EHF CL, while Vice-champion does.2009/10: Reale Ademar, Kadetten, Celje PL, Lemgo2010/11: Rhein-Neckar Löwen, Silkeborg, Reale Ademar, Gorenje Velenje read more