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What is a Mechanical Watch?

mechanical watch  makes use of a clockwork mechanism to measure the passing of time, as opposed to quartz watches which function electronically thanks to a small battery. It is driven by a mainspring which needs to be hand-wound periodically. The force is transmitted through a series of gears empowering the balance wheel, a weighted wheel which oscillates back and forth at a constant rate.

What is a Quartz Watch?

quartz clock utilises an electronic oscillator, regulated by a quartz crystal to keep time. This crystal oscillator creates a signal with very precise frequency, making quartz watches generally more accurate than mechanical ones.



What We Do

Our watches are checked with great precision therefore ensuring perfect operation.

Our professionals carry out quality control checks periodically on every watch, leaving nothing to chance.

Every quality control check is done through a lens and then under a microscope in order to identify even the tiniest speck of dust or any other anomaly.

If this occurs, the watch is sent to the production laboratory, where it is opened, re-examined and finally cleaned or adjusted if necessary.

Once all these steps have been taken, the watch is checked again. If it meets up to the quality standards it is sent to the packaging and shipping department.

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