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Georgio Galetto Icare

Commitment Seiko part of its clean energy supports the Icare 2 solar glider project of the University of Stuttgart. Willich, 10.08-2011. From July 23-30 the first FAI held gliding grand final in Germany on Hesse’s highest mountain, the Wasserkuppe Prix. The Faculty of aviation and aerospace engineering the University of Stuttgart seized the opportunity, the project supported by Seiko Icare 2 “, a solar glider powered by solar energy, to present to the public. Invited specialist retailers and journalists had the opportunity not only of the Icare 2 project “to inform, but experienced exciting competitions and the fascination of gliding up close as they went with an experienced pilot in the air. Because many manufacturers on the Wasserkuppe presented their gliders on July 29, the visitors could go with many presented models up close.

Also the solar aircraft Icare 2 “, with a wing area of 25 square meters and a weight of 200 kilograms, was issued. The Aircraft was easily built; Icare 2 can “respond to light thermal and combined motor/thermalling makes possible. With its battery charged by solar energy can Icare 2 “directly to a height of 1200 m AGL rise unaided to the start of another aircraft. At the end of the exciting competitions, Prix champion Georgio Galetto from Italy and the second were freshly baked FAI Grand and Drittplatzierten Sebastian presented nails (Germany) and Peter Hartmann (Austria) at the award ceremony Seiko pilot chronograph as prizes. Seiko feels the Icare 2 project connected, because the Japanese company even long on solar technology and developed advanced caliber. The new solar Flieger Chronograph by Seiko underlines this cooperation. With the eco-friendly timepieces, pilot scale slide rule and others can calculate usual multiplications, divisions, the flight speed and fuel consumption.

In addition the Chronographs have a stop function by up to 60 Minutes in 1/5 second increments. The alarm can also be used as display a second time zone. Is measured with the stop watch how many seconds are required to get back a mile or a mile, it measures the hourly rate of a process.

MicroModal The Brilliant Fibre For Singlets: Wooden Men

Men’s tank tops from cotton rib are well-known but the ultramodern microfibre MicroModal is increasingly on the rise on the lingerie market. The men’s underwear sets label ALBERT cross from Teltow for increased production of his Undershirts to the brilliant fibre produced from the renewable resource wood (E.g. cellulose from beech). Especially in the area of underwear it’s not only the soft grip of a substance, because more and more men put on highly functional properties. So man wants a warm feeling on the skin in winter nothing to freeze, the undershirt should be extra long.

At the same time highest emphasis is placed on preventing sweat stains on the shirt and the shirt should have cooling properties in summer. The requests of the fibers are so enormously high. Environmental awareness must not to be neglected MicroModal is quite ecologically provided an alternative to organic cotton! The loose-fitting cotton rib with thin straps can then no longer compete. The fiber must be awesome: warming and cooling at the same time, with the capacity to absorb moisture as possible discreet networking and to surrender. MicroModal here is used. The high-tech fibre has exactly these properties and can offer all the advantages of a men’s vest carrier: A velvety undershirt, which pleasantly warm in the winter and acts as a cold intermediate layer in the summer.

At the same time, the fine fibres allows the inclusion of large amounts of moisture and networked them via the fine structure. So everything stays dry under the armpits and even in stress situations comes by everyday working man without sweat stains. Precisely for these reasons the German lingerie manufacturer ALBERT cross opts with his latest collection increasingly MicroModal. Suitable to the innovative form of its men’s Undershirts, which does not show through the special cut under shirts, he offers specially a variety of its business vests from MicroModal for use in suit and shirt. Hard to feel entirely new in the light version on the skin. ALBERT cross proves that contrary to all current trends in men’s underwear a made in Germany “is possible! So the Teltower linen manufacturer produced its fine MicroModal men’s Undershirts in traditional German manufacture. Short transport routes, human dignity, worker protection and environmental protection are not only the agenda but a reality for ALBERT cross. Highest quality from Germany is still there! B. Moghim