How a Swiss watch is made

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A Swiss made watch is something all men and women want. It is the most luxurious watch one can own.

Swiss made watches are hand-made, and assembled with precision and craftsmanship matched by nothing else.

There are a number of Swiss luxury watches brands out there. And it is important to know there is a vast difference between Swiss movement and Swiss made watch.

With that in mind, take a look at the documentary showing how a Swiss made watch is manufactured from beginning to the end. It shows a watch from Audemars Piguet, a company that produces mechanical watches since 1875.

With all that tradition and history linked with Swiss made watches, it is no surprise they are the most luxurious and desired item. Owning one is like owning a Lamborghini. While not all of us can have it, it is astonishing to see how it is made and what makes the watch so valuable.

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