Month: December 2012

Tag Heuer Launches Formula 1 Max Vestapan 2018 Special Edition Watch

Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Formula1 driver launches a new watch at an exclusive event held at the Arena Hotel in Amsterdam-TAGHeuer Formula 1 Max Vestapan 2018 Special Edition Watch ( CAZ101U.BA0843).

 Max Verstappen is an Aston Martin Red Bull team Formula 1 driver and the youngest standing champion in Formula 1 history. At an event held at the Arena Hotel on Tuesday, TAGHeuer and Max Vestapan showed off their latest work, a new special edition watch, limited to 1,300 pieces, designed by the drivers themselves. Available globally.

 Following the success of two special edition watches launched in 2016 and 2017, TAGHeuer and Max Vestapan decided to continue writing success stories. The design of the third piece began earlier this year, when TAGHeuer met Max Vestapan at the Silverstone circuit, where the latter told the design team about his vision and design preferences for the watch . In July, Max Verstappen visited the brand museum and factory in La Chaux-de-Fonds to start the production of his own watch, which highlights his outstanding achievements and reputation in the racing world.

 Max Vestapan said: ‘This watch is decorated with racing red and black colors and is very sporty. It is cool and it is exactly what I want.’

 This sporty chronograph is stylish and practical. The dial has sub-dials at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock, and is decorated with several design elements to clearly reveal the designer of the limited edition watch. Max Verstappen uses striking red and black colors for dials and bezels that are closely linked to the racing world. The sub-dial at 6 o’clock has the Arabic numeral ’33’ printed on it, which is his racing number. The right side of the dial is decorated with vertical stripes of red, white and blue, inspired by the national flag of Max Vestapan, the motherland of the Netherlands. The stainless steel case is 43 mm in diameter, with a stainless steel bracelet and black ceramic links, and the back of the case is engraved with the Aston Martin Red Bull team logo. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)

Cartier Online Crackdown To Achieve Major Legal Victory

Recently, Cartier, a watch and jewellery manufacturer under the Richemont Group, has achieved significant legal victory in its campaign against online counterfeit registered trademark products. Cartier and the Internet service provider British Sky Broadcasting have filed a court case, and the Court of Appeal confirmed that the Internet service provider was ordered to block access to websites that sell trademark infringing products.

   Prior to October 2014, Richemont had won the victory of online counterfeiting. At that time, British law prohibited copyright infringement, but did not include counterfeit registered trademark products. By law, UK Internet service providers have an obligation to prevent access to websites that offer pirated film and television products, such as music and movies, and now websites that sell counterfeit products should do the same.
   Speaking of the results of the recent ruling, London lawyer Fox Williams described it as an important step in combating counterfeit goods, because so far, brands have not been able to force Internet service providers to permanently ban a website that sells trademark-infringing products. Instead, the brand had to monitor the website, submit it for review, and then withdraw the appeal, which was expensive and time-consuming.
   The ruling found that ‘even if the Internet service provider is not at fault and does not in itself constitute a trademark infringement, the services they provide create soil for the sale of infringing products on the relevant website.’ Now Fox Williams hopes to improve the laws and regulations related to the application, Because apps are more ubiquitous, more cost-effective, and more accessible to consumers.