Europa Star


IceLink hits the slopes

Pусский
June 2011


IceLink has two new launches named after great ski locations, one in Switzerland, Zermatt, and one in Italy, Cortina d’Ampezzo.

Zermatt
Zermatt is a limited edition timepiece, 99 pieces for the world, based on IceLink’s iconic five timezone watch. In this special edition, all five timezones are powered by one mechanical movement. Zermatt comes in four different versions (named after pistes in Zermatt):
Monte Rosa: This watch has a black brushed titanium case, black metallic dial, rose gold indexes and screws and a black rubber strap.
Rothorn: This version has a brushed black titanium case and screws, red indexes and a black rubber strap.
Haute Route: A mat, silvery brushed stainless case and silver metallic face are complemented with brushed black titanium screws, red indexes and a black rubber strap.
Sunnega: This watch combines yellow indexes and 18-carat yellow gold accents with a brushed stainless case, a black metallic dial and a rubber strap.

IceLink hits the slopes CORTINA POWDER, CORTINA PANTHER, CORTINA BOND and CORTINA AUDREY

Cortina
Coloured topaz and white diamonds contrast with mostly black for a great modern, clean look in the Cortina Collection. A 42mm round black titanium or brushed stainless steel case houses the metallic black dial, which is dusted with floating round brilliant cut white diamonds, and diamonds also mark each hour. In addition, coloured topaz stones ring the bezel and accent the side of the case, with four carats of sparkle. The variations are:
Powder: IceBlue topaz.
Pine: RainForest green topaz.
Panther: Baby pink topaz (the name Panther comes from the Pink Panther movie, which was filmed in Cortina).
Bond: Black topaz (the famous ski chase scene in For Your Eyes Only was filmed in Cortina).
Audrey: Named after Audrey Hepburn, who was a regular in Cortina, this version features diamonds and white topaz.

Source: Europa Star April - May 2011 Magazine Issue