SOURCE: Tiret New York

January 23, 2006 14:22 ET

Tiret New York Proudly Introduces Their New Model, Debonair

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 23, 2006 -- Damon Dash and Daniel Lazar of Tiret New York have done it again. They are stunning the watch world with the new model, Debonair. This new model is playing a very strong card in the transparency factor. The case is shaped in Art Deco style and is largely set with windows all around, above and below.

Moreover, one of the movement types used to run the time within the Debonair XL model is a unique skeleton definitively modern in its cut.

The surface treatment is a black cold plasma coating that has a hardness of more than 2000 Vickers. The other movement equipping the full dial is exclusively decorated for Tiret with its Logo, and these details even appear on the sides of the movement.

Sign of the time: Both movement types are magisterially underlined by the Tiret Logo as a tapestry.

This monumental watch is equipped with a movement at its size.

About the movement:

This is the ETA calibre A07.161 with 24 jewels.

This automatic round 16 1/2 lines is granted of a power reserve indicator.

Its frequency is of 4Hz and is regulated by a mechanical lever and an ETACHRON regulator system with fine timing device.

The power reserve of 48 hours allows the carrier to be sure his time keeper is always at the optimum torque, and gives the regulator an even force of function.

About Tiret New York

Founded in 2003 by watch expert Daniel Lazar and entrepreneur extraordinaire Damon Dash, Tiret New York "(Re)Defines Luxury" by creating timepieces for the consumer who has an exceptional level of taste and seeks out the best in design, craftsmanship, detail and quality. Tiret New York watches are a tribute to originality while maintaining the pure essence of luxury.

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