What is a Swiss Watch

By: brucewatch

What is a Swiss watch? At first sight, this question seems to be strange. Let us reason, though. Firstly, nowadays for a watch to have got a cherished tag "Swiss Made" it is enough to meet several requirements. For example, a watch will be considered a Swiss one if 25% of its parts are produced in Switzerland and some assembly operations are carried out there as well. Secondly, Asian manufacturers have recently begun to register their companies in Swiss cantons because of the fact that Swiss wrist watches have come into fashion.

With this, the companies are entitled to call their watches Swiss ones. There is not a slightest wish to offend Asian wholesales replica watches manufacturers amidst which one can see the grandees of the world watch industry, but in majority of cases the quality of their products is inferior to the replicas of the elite watches.

Modern technologies ensure the possibility to make the wrist watch replicas at such a level, that they are practically indistinguishable from genuine Swiss watches. Surely, one should not expect an elite watch replica to have the same mechanism as a genuine model. But this does not affect the exterior of a replica in any way. Besides, the quartz is more convenient and practical, and if we remember the myth about the accuracy of the Swiss watch (in reality any mechanical wrist watch has an error of up to 1 second per day), then the only requirement to the inside part of an elite watch replica is its quality. A good quartz mechanism secures continuous operation without changing the battery for three years.

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