+1 it's not like you can regulate a quartz easily. I'd be very interested in seeing if you have anything to back that up.Sean779 said:It's easy to assume this, but how do you know it?
Question answered! Thanks! I knew you would have something to back it up, just needed to give you a challengebluloo said:You can check out the manufacturer's spec/tech sheets. At least on the one's I've checked, the Swiss Made movements had tighter specs than their Asian counterparts.
Edit: Browsing a few movements on Ronda's site, they don't list separate performance specs for the Swiss parts vs Swiss Made. They only list jewel and plating differences between the two. Now this is going to gnaw at me until I remember the movements I checked...
+1 i won't think anything is Swiss until it hits the $300 mark and that's Swiss movementDragoon said:I dont know that you are wrong about the dial labeling and designation. But, the fact that Invicta was using "swiss" on the dial at the 6 and including a chinese made movement in those pieces was at the least misleading. Eyal Lalo, the CEO, did chime in and more or less apologize.
I am not going to get on a soap box over a $100 watch with questionable labeling on the dial. I am happy with their overall performance as a watch group.
I think when you get up into the Panerai territory and find a special offering with a standard ETA caliber which is supposed to have a Panerai caliber movement that the offense is much more serious. Panerai has offered to correct this issue with the group that purchased these watches from the Panerai boutiques in NY and LA.