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Antiquorum To Offer a Favre-Leuba Bivouac 9000 that Actually Reached the Summit of Mount Everest

Antiquorum To Offer a Favre-Leuba Bivouac 9000 that Actually Reached the Summit of Mount Everest

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Less than a year prior, climber Adrian Ballinger climbed the Everest with a Bivouac 9000 lashed to his wrist. Adrian Ballinger is offering up this watch available to be purchased and will give the returns to the Khumbu Climbing Center/Alex Lowe Charitable Foundation. The thought is to help shield the community of native Nepali Sherpa climbers and Phortse, the town that is home to more Everest summiteers than anyplace on Earth. The KCC building is likewise intended to fill in as a tremor safe community place, library and clinical facility for this town of 300.

The caseback of the watch is engraved with the name of Adrian Ballinger and the date of the trip. It is conveyed with a letter of recognizable proof by Adrian Ballinger and an image of the watch on his wrist at the summit of the Everest. Since Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay set foot on the Everest (with a Rolex Oyster), there are many legends about the watches that made it to the highest point of the world. Ballinger’s watch offers the chance to possess one of these ‘legends’ at the same time supporting a decent cause.

The Auction of this unique Favre-Leuba Bivouac will be held by Antiquorum on Sunday, May twelfth, 2019 in Geneva. Julien Schaerer, Managing Director and Watch Expert, pronounced: “Such an accomplishment from Mr Ballinger, a man of activity appearing differently in relation to the advanced world we are living in, is an illustration of physical and self-improvement and satisfaction. Nonetheless, the watch was at first bound to him by and by, he chose to depend it to us all things being equal. We are respected to be the extension assisting him with supporting Nepali community making the mountains more secure, a motivation to arrive at the summits.”

The Antiquorum gauge is CHF 8,000 to 12,000. For more data, kindly visit www.favreleuba.com and www.antiquorum.swiss .