Some of you might be wondering why it would be worth buying a more expensive Swiss made watch.
Perhaps you are hesitating between Fjordson and another non-Swiss watch brand. You might be thinking; "both look good to me, so what's the difference?".
In this blog we'll shortly introduce you to exactly what a Swiss made watch is and what makes these watches so different.
If a watch brand wants to use the Swiss made label, it needs to meet certain requirements of the Swiss made ordinance. This is strictly determined by law.
In summary, to be marked Swiss made, a watch has to meet the following requirements:
Switzerland has been dominating the watch industry since the early 20th century. The term 'Swiss made watches' has since then been associated worldwide with being high quality, well-crafted and reliable products.
By having a better understanding of the Swiss made label, we hope you're able to decide your next watch with even more confidence. In the end it's all about your own preference. Unless you're comparing a ten dollar watch, most of todays 'mid/high end' watches are pretty decent.
But make sure to check the movement and the use of materials in the specific watch brand you wish to purchase. Because who doesn't want a watch that lasts?😉
For us it's all about its long-lasting quality. And of course owning a piece of history in watchmaking 😉
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