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A chronometer refers to a very select group of watches tested and certified to meet certain precision standards. The Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC), founded in 1973, is the official testing agency for Swiss manufacturers seeking this prestigious designation. …
A small British watch company, Bremont, has landed a huge partnership with Boeing, the world’s leading aviation company. Together they will develop a new line of Swiss-made mechanical chronometer watches that feature Boeing materials, such as super hardened steel, aerogels, and …
Although the vast majority of Swiss watches sold are powered by a quartz movement, watch afficionados prefer mechanical movements because of their unique blend of art, engineering, and human ingenuity. There are two major variants. An automatic mechanical, usually just called …
In was the most talked about story at Baselworld 2013. Now, after missing their own October 2013 release date, Swatch’s Sistem51 is finally hitting retail shelves in Switzerland for approximately $165 USD. In addition to the blue (ref. SUTS401) previously unveiled, …
The Geneva Seal was created in 1886 to identify timepieces built following Geneva, Switzerland’s traditional watchmaking standards. To receive the coveted Geneva Seal, a watch movement previously had to meet 12 strict quality criteria—ranging from materials to finishing—and it had …