Big Rolex ‘bubble Back’

After the watch developed to a certain stage, it gradually separated from the styles of pocket watches and bracelet watches. Because the overly complicated design is not easy to promote, and the fragile shell can not meet the needs of daily wear, especially for work and labor. In order to comply with the watch’s own laws, designers began to focus on the watch’s own design language, such as sturdy, reliable, and durable, so two types of shells, such as pillow and coffin, were created. As we can see, there isn’t much to boast about in terms of design. They are neither as decorative and aesthetic as wine barrels and rectangles, nor as square, triangle, and octagonal watches. The shell is so modern. They give priority to practicality, and secondly consider aesthetics. They can be regarded as the first wave of watches with industrial flavor, especially the ‘coffin cubs’ represented by Rolex Oyster watches, which have been prospering for decades. It still looks kind of today.
    The pincushion watch appeared around the 1920s and 1930s, and it was more or less influenced by ‘Art Deco’. From Patek Philippe’s Ref.7071R ‘Ladies First’ chronograph, we can clearly feel the beauty derived from Art Deco style. The other two iconic pincushion watches are Piaget Emperador coussin and Bucherer’s EvoTec. Their round, thick outlines are more reminiscent of a good-speaking and reasonable man. Of course, he has to be very tasteful.
    ‘Coffin Tsai’ is often confused with ‘Bubble Back’, they are actually talking about two characteristics of a style. Rolex introduced it to the market around 1930, basically ending in the 1950s. Because the back is arched, the English name is ‘Bubbleback’, and the literal translation is ‘bubbleback’. Because the case bulges in the middle and extends up and down to the strap, it looks like a Chinese coffin from the side. Therefore, it is called ‘coffin coffin’ by the superstitious Hong Kong people. The design of ‘Coffin Tsai’ was more from a practical and sturdy point of view. In the middle of the last century, the scenery was infinite and formed a style in the altar. To this day, in the retro models launched by Zenith, Seiko and other brands, the shell shape of the ‘casket’ can still be seen. The shape evolved from practicality and life, but now it seems that there is no interesting