Jacob & Co. Epic X Chrono Bugatti 110 Years Limited Edition Edition Watch Hands-On
A stylish black Bugatti supercar parked in front of the booth of the High Quality Replica watches and jewelry manufacturer Jacob & Co. at the Basel Watch and Jewellery Fair in 2019. Bugatti is one of the most powerful names (and engines) in the automotive world, and one of the most unique names. The German-owned Italian car manufacturer was previously associated with watchmaker Parmigiani, but this year we saw them establish a partnership with Jacob & Co. This makes sense in many ways. A member of the aBlogtoWatch team casually pointed out: “What Bugatti is going to do is loud and flashy; Jacob & Co. will make a loud and flashy statement. These brands attract the same audience.” I agree.
The visual style of Parmigiani Fleurier's Bugatti-themed timepieces is usually more technical, or at least traditional. When it comes to design and display, Jacob & Co.'s appearance is more aggressive and muscular. If the technology you are looking for is the same (or more technical) as what Parmigiani did, check out Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Furious Bugatti. I don't know whether Bugatti and Parmigiani Fleurier have terminated their relationship, or Jacob & Co. is just a new authorized partner of Bugatti. I'm not sure this will have an impact on the end consumer. Today, I will take a look at a limited edition of Jacob & Co. Epic X Chrono Bugatti that can be used as daily wear.Wholesale replica watches
Given that the joint trademark on the dial also contains the names of Jacob and Co. and Bugatti, I think it can be said with certainty that Jacob & Co. is not making a design statement, but specifically producing a watch designed to honor existing brands. (Or aspiring) Bugatti owners. As we all know, people who buy very high-end cars like to be reminded of this fact in places where it is not possible to ride in the car (such as indoors). A very simple use of the Jacob & Co. Epic X Chrono Bugatti watch is to wear a wearable totem on the wrist of a person who owns a Bugatti car. It also helps celebrate the 110th anniversary of the iconic trademark in racing cars and super-large cars.