There is currently a market for extremes, and watchmanufacturers know this ofcourse.Although it is hard to do any new inventions in mechanical watches, swiss replica watches they do add new features and try to perfect these.Would there be a Patek Skymoon tourbillon in the age of mechanical watches? I think not.It would be too expensive and maybe because the lack of modern design technology.So the golden age of mechanical watches, where mechanical watches are luxury anyway, allow them to make a watch like this.
And it gets sold as well.Would there be a Panerai Tourbillon diverwatch? I think not, because this complication is completely useless on a diverswatch.It is for swiss replica watches people that have everything already.However, how long will this golden age of mechanical watches last? The former age of mechanical watches, between 1940 and 1970, Japanese quartzwatches passed the Swiss mechanicalwatch industry and they (the Swiss) couldn’t catch up with them.
Only later (1990-now), where mechanical watches are considered to be luxury, things are going well again.But since they are doing extreme things now, tourbillon divers for example, how long is this going to last? How much Speedmaster variants is replica brand watches going to produce, how many Panerai variants are going to spoil the market, how many different Breitling Navitimers models do you want to see? Ofcourse, having a choice between 10 different Speedmaster models is great for the customer, but it requires some investment from the company who makes them.