Breitling Anniversary Heart Watch For President Barack Obama
29 October, 2014 at 6:50 am in Computer
I wanted to go over the new Breitling Anniversary Heart watch that was given to President Barack Obama once again. I have discussed the http://www.buyijoy.com/replica-omega-planet-ocean.html watch on Luxist.com, and in other places as well. You should know that Breitling has been giving new US Presidents watches for over 50 years. It is part of the watch heritage and started with Truman. He liked the watches from replica breitling Bentley Mulliner because they not only had an alarm, but one that would actually wake him up. I can't say without a doubt (cause I don't know them all) that the Breitling alarm movements are the "best" mechanical alarm watches out there, but you probably won't be disappointed in you get one cause you want a mechanical watch with an alarm function. It also makes fantastic marketing sense for watches to be presented to Presidents by replica breitling bentley flying b. Talk about effective and easy marketing. What a sell that is if you know a few world leaders are wearing the same watch. It is certainly a step up in value from the Jorg Gray 6500 watch that Obama currently wears. The fact that he wears that watch shot Jorg Gray into the stratosphere of success. I don't think the same will happen to Breitling - even if everyone knows about it. I don't know that Obama has even been seen wearing the watch as is the fact with the Jorg Gray, maybe once his second term in office comes he will switch it up a bit with the watches. The Jorg Gray watch means a lot. Mostly because it is a simple piece that most people can afford and relate to. That is not the fact with the Breitling Anniversary Heart watch that doesn't go for lower than about $6,500. From $300 to $6,500 (or more) is not an easy move for most people. So Breitling has the tough task of convincing the more well-off segment that a luxury watch a President owns (and maybe doesn't wear) is a good personal investment. But you know what... at least here in America... Breitling doesn't market at all. Not even a magazine ad. It would catch attention having a statement like "What can you and the President have in common? This fancy Breitling watch!" No, they don't do that, and I have a feeling they haven't done things like that since the vintage French ad you see before you. Way to throw away a half-way decent marketing pitch Breitling. I once visited a watch shop in Germany that sold Breitling watches. They also sold like antique clocks that didn't seem to work. Those were much more prominently displayed than the Breitling watches that sat in the back collecting dust. All I am saying is that Breitling spent 50 years creating this well mannered trend, only to waste it in current times by not sharing it with potential American buyers (and others it seems).