Swiss Watch Quality
Sapphire crystal is one of the most popular types of glass, especially when the concern is to create a luxury watch. It is considered as the strongest and most scratch resistant material for a glass, making it the first choice for a perfect timepiece. Sapphire crystals are developed from a synthetic compound bearing the same properties as sapphires in their natural form. That is the reason why it is more expensive among the three glass types.
Stainless steel 316L is the second most corrosion resistant alloy of steel that is frequently used today. This steel is not easily hardened by heat treatment but it has excellent machinability. Although other materials are also used, stainless steel 316L gives rigidity at an optimum price. Stainless steel 316L contains less carbon than 316.
Swiss movements are more expensive compared to the Japanese movements. They need less time per day to continue working. This is because the rotor in a Swiss movement does not use ball bearings therefore it is more efficient. The Swiss movement also uses synthetic rubies. It is very well equipped, with innovative and strong features.
This grading refers to the resistance that it offers against water. If a watch is said to be Waterproof-5ATM, it means one can swim in shallow water while wearing it. Here, ATM means the amount of atmospheric pressure it can withstand. The stamp of being waterproof should be visible on the watch.
Solid Stainless Steel Watch Bands
A good mesh watch band can be recognized by its consistent and stable mesh, as well as its lack of sharp edges. This stylish watchband comes with high standard robust and flexible metal meshwork