Swiss Watches

For centuries the Swiss watch and clock industry has set the standard, making Swiss Made watches in demand all over the world. Even though Asian and other European watch manufacturers produce comparable movements and watches, the traditional – often handmade – quality, detailed designs, excellent finishings and extreme accuracy of the Swiss watches still remains the benchmark in watchmaking.

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Swiss made and Swiss movement definition

Swiss Made watch


According to Swiss law, a watch is considered Swiss if its movement is Swiss and this movement is cased up in Switzerland. Also, the manufacturer has to carry out the final inspection in Switzerland.

 

If a watch movement is not cased-up in Switzerland, but otherwise meets the criteria to be considered a Swiss movement, the watch may say Swiss Movement but it may not say Swiss Made on the watch case or dial.

 

Swatch and Flik Flak watches are also Swiss Made watches.

 

 

About Swiss Made watches

The federal republic of Switzerland is not only famous for its banks, chocolate and mountains, but also for its high quality manufacturing industry, such as clocks and watches. For centuries the Swiss watch and clock industry has set the standard, making Swiss Made watches in demand all over the world. Even though Asian and other European watch manufacturers produce comparable movements and watches, the traditional – often handmade – quality, detailed designs, excellent finishings and extreme accuracy of the Swiss watches still remains the benchmark in watchmaking.

 

Swiss Made label

The Swiss Made label can only be used for products manufactured in Switzerland. Under Swiss law the terms Suisse, produit suisse, fabriqué en Suisse, qualité suisse or the translations, Swiss, Swiss Made, or Swiss Movement are permitted.

 

 

Swiss movement

A watch movement is considered Swiss if the movement has been assembled in Switzerland and the components of Swiss manufacture account for at least 50 percent of the total value. Also, the movement has to have been inspected by the manufacturer in Switzerland

A watch that says Swiss Quartz indicates a quartz movement of Swiss origin.

 

 

Swiss watches online

We are official dealers of Swiss watch brands such as Maurice Lacroix, Roamer, Hamilton, Tissot, Victorinox and Swiss Military Hanowa. If you would like advice on any of the Swiss watches offered on our site, please contact our Customer Service department. We are happy to help you find the perfect Swiss watch.

 

Prices for Swiss watches on our site range from £ 99 - £ 3000.

 

More information about Swiss watches at the bottom of this page.