On June 10, 2010, Swiss luxury independent watch brand ‘Amy’ and Hengdeli Holding Co., Ltd. jointly held a 20-day ‘Amy home-made machine’ in Xinyu Sanbao Hangzhou Building. Core Zhen product exhibition. ‘ Exhibited a variety of self-made calibre watches, the most notable of which is the Le Méridien series, including: chronograph, dial display, moon phase display and skeleton display, with sophisticated machinery and unique complex functions , Won praises from connoisseurs and enthusiasts around the world. The brand also invited Mr. Chang Wei, the editor-in-chief of a well-known watch magazine, to explain the watch culture and brand story vividly to the guests and media friends.
Le Méridien in 2010 broke the previous design of the ingenious series and brought a completely different visual impact. The three-pin and one-line square-wheel watch is equipped with the Aémi’s self-made ML153 movement, which draws inspiration from tradition and highlights the subtle Mechanical Design. The design of the dial inside the outer circle, the square wheel rotates regularly, and it is driven by another shamrock-shaped gear, and the two gears can be completely and accurately meshed, which is very magical. Silk satin and polished stainless steel, combined with various perfect geometric shapes, is a very eye-catching one in this year’s watch and clock works.
It embodies outstanding watchmaking skills, innovative design concepts and avant-garde modern aesthetics, and it is the crystallization of Amy’s active expansion in the field of watch technology and design. The ingenious series of three-pin and one-line square-wheel watches are from the hands of master watchmaker Michel Vermot, who has taught for more than 20 years at Haute Ecole Arc Ingénierie in Reno, Switzerland. Responsible for a number of industrial projects in colleges. Joining Le Méridien today, he is responsible for the work of the brand’s movement R & D department, leading the Le Méridien brand to a more brilliant future.