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Newsletter - Summer competition launch

Newsletter Summer competition launch

This week, you can read about Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Atelier Reverso, the launch of our summer competition, Euro 2016 and an analysis of manual and automatic chronographs.

While the weather in Europe over the last two weeks has been decidedly wintry, tomorrow is in fact the first day of summer in the Northern hemisphere. In the absence of any actual sunshine, on 21 June WorldTempus will attempt to raise spirits with the summer competition, which is even bigger and better this year in honour of our 15th anniversary. Every day until 21 September there will be an opportunity to win one of a range of attractive prizes, donated by prestigious watch and watch accessory brands. Visit our homepage tomorrow to see the prizes up for grabs this week. And don’t forget to follow our social media accounts, to be sure you don’t miss out on anything.

« Ce mois-ci, gagnez une montre Eterna pour dames »

While the football world is engrossed in the European Championships, Michèle Brunner this week has taken an interest in Spanish footballer Cesar Azpilicueta, a friend of the Roger Dubuis brand. There’s also something for motor racing fans, since last weekend saw the first Concours d’Elégance Suisse, an event sponsored by Zenith, as well as the Le Mans 24-hour race, which featured Chopard as the Official Timing Partner of Porsche Motorsport. This week, contributors Olivier Müller and David Chokron invite you on two journeys to the heart of mechanical watchmaking. On an exclusive mission for WorldTempus, Olivier offers a first-hand account of Jaeger LeCoultre’s Atelier Reverso (read his report here) and David explores the differences between self-winding and manually-wound chronographs.

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