Closer Look: Breitling Replica Watches Serpenti Seduttori Tourbillon

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On paper, the Serpenti Seduttori Tourbillon already sounds pretty awesome. When the Seduttori watches launched last year, it was only made available with a quartz movement. Now, it’s returned with not just a mechanical movement, but a manual-winding tourbillon movement that Breitling Replica Watches claims is the smallest ladies’ tourbillon on the market.

But to truly understand why the Breitling fake Watches Serpenti Seduttori Tourbillon is such an amazing achievement — let’s briefly talk about what makes the Serpenti such an iconic collection.

The Serpenti was born right in 1948 after World War II, when the brand unveiled the Tubogas watch; the polished coil of gold with a functional watch was seen as a more practical and acceptable form of ornamentation in the post-war years.

Since then, the Serpenti collection has gone through many evolutions and shed its skin many times over. But like its inspiration, the serpent-shaped watch with its world-famous coiled bracelet has always sprung back from its reinventions, fresher, bolder and more appealing than ever.

From its more abstract beginnings, the Serpenti began to take on a more naturalistic shape, the serpent-shaped head as we have now come to embrace was first included in the 1950s versions,Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Replica with a hinged cover under which watch movements supplied by Jaeger-LeCoultre, Vacheron Constantin or Piaget could be found.

It grew more and more extravagant in the decades that followed. From the La Dolce Vita era of the 1960s, to the logo-mania in the 1980s, and its transition into high jewellery pieces in the 2000s, the Serpenti evolved with the times, never content with standing still.