Watchmaking: Match Quartz against Mechanics
The most prestigious manufacturers dedicate actual collections for women, but no longer content of quartz models to please them. There are even some that create women-only complications; mechanical watches just for them. If Girard Perregaux had opened the breach there several years, particularly with its line Cat's Eye, Jaeger-LeCoultre uses its ultra-thin caliber for Master Ultra-Thin and Patek Philippe, who presented a chronograph with two counters exclusively for ladies, even now announces that 35% of its sales are to its female clientele. As for Blancpain, it confirms the trend: the majority of its current collection has been designed for women. All examples in prestige watchmaking that show how women represent a new market and therefore with high potential, so stay tuned for the industry. It must still perspective.All are not sufficiently educated in mechanical watchmaking and are therefore very likely to consider their watches as jewelry, so to be usually attracted by diamonds expertly arranged on a dial or case, by using a sapphire crystal stage automatic or manual winding caliber. How then choose the movement opposing his watch if that is enforceable.
Long live the mechanics!
Time becomes more poetic; every night we take an appointment with his watch for the rise. With mechanical wrist watch, a watch amateur is otherwise allowed in the sacred circle of collectors, at least in their conversations. In stating his passionate spouse she likes mechanical watchmaking, a woman puts the odds on his side to one day receive a mechanical watch ...! The dials are getting richer, more beautiful, more inhabited. A mechanical caliber gaining complications and displays a power reserve indicator, the cycle of the moon phases, a full calendar, perpetual ...
Long live the quartz!
Regularly wind the watch can be a chore. And if she was tired of answering the lunch hour, "Honey, it's 8:30 p.m. last night."
A housing which houses a single stack instead of a caliber that brings together hundreds of components is necessarily lighter, and more resistant to shocks.