Swiss made

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Swiss made is a label or marker used to indicate that a product was made or assembled in Switzerland or the geographic Swiss region.wikipedia
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Manufacture d'horlogerie

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In sum, a watch is considered Swiss whose movement is encased in Switzerland and whose final control by the Manufacture d'horlogerie takes place in Switzerland.
The concept of manufacture in the Swiss watch making industry refers to any firm that at least designs calibres, produces the movements parts thereof called ébauches, and assembles them into watches.

Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry

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These efforts are normally spearheaded by the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry FH (FH) a trade organization.
The Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry (FH) is the Swiss watch industry's leading trade association, headquartered in Bienne, Switzerland.

Made in USA

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Switzerland

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In sum, a watch is considered Swiss whose movement is encased in Switzerland and whose final control by the Manufacture d'horlogerie takes place in Switzerland. Swiss made is a label or marker used to indicate that a product was made or assembled in Switzerland or the geographic Swiss region.

Geography of Switzerland

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Swiss made is a label or marker used to indicate that a product was made or assembled in Switzerland or the geographic Swiss region.

Watch

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In sum, a watch is considered Swiss whose movement is encased in Switzerland and whose final control by the Manufacture d'horlogerie takes place in Switzerland. Most often associated with watches or timepieces made in Switzerland, a watch is considered Swiss if its movement is Swiss, if the movement has been assembled in the Swiss region, its final inspection occurred in Switzerland, and at least 60% of manufacturing costs are domestic.

Clock

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Most often associated with watches or timepieces made in Switzerland, a watch is considered Swiss if its movement is Swiss, if the movement has been assembled in the Swiss region, its final inspection occurred in Switzerland, and at least 60% of manufacturing costs are domestic.

Movement (clockwork)

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Most often associated with watches or timepieces made in Switzerland, a watch is considered Swiss if its movement is Swiss, if the movement has been assembled in the Swiss region, its final inspection occurred in Switzerland, and at least 60% of manufacturing costs are domestic.

Brand

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The legal standards for the use of "Swiss made" on a watch are a very minimum standard, and the Swissness of a watch is largely dependent on the brand and its reputation.

Reputation

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The legal standards for the use of "Swiss made" on a watch are a very minimum standard, and the Swissness of a watch is largely dependent on the brand and its reputation.

Federal Council (Switzerland)

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The Swiss Federal Council modified the ordinance regulating the use of the "Swiss" name for watches in 1995.

Trademark

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The famous or infamous Swiss Made Ordinance has, for a number of years, been subject to many criticisms, particularly inside the industry, because it is considered too lax, but also in legal circles, where the view is that it no longer fully meets the legal mandate specified in the companion law on trademarks ( SR 232.11).

Mondaine

Many are afraid to share their identity but Ronnie Bernheim, co-CEO of Mondaine, has been outspoken on this issue, and defends "Swissness more as a promise than a physical manifestation."

Breitling SA

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Almost all Swiss watchmakers, with the notable exception of Breitling, label their watches prominently on the dial.

Fountain pen

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In fountain pens, the nib is an important element.

TAG Heuer

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TAG Heuer S.A. is a Swiss luxury manufacturing company that designs, manufactures and markets watches and fashion accessories, as well as eyewear and mobile phones manufactured under license by other companies and carrying the Tag Heuer brand name.

Universal Genève

Universal Genève SA is a Swiss luxury watch company, founded in 1894 as Universal Watch. Since its beginnings, the company has produced complete watches with in-house movements, and throughout the 20th century, distributed many notable and important timepieces.

International Watch Company

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IWC International Watch Co. AG, doing business as IWC Schaffhausen, is a luxury Swiss watch manufacturer located in Schaffhausen, Switzerland.

Hamilton Watch Company

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The Hamilton Watch Company is a Swiss manufacturer of wristwatches based in Bienne, Switzerland.

Ulysse Nardin

Ulysse Nardin is a luxury Swiss watch manufacturer founded in 1846 in Le Locle, Switzerland.

Mathey-Tissot

Mathey-Tissot is a Swiss watch maker of prestige watches, originally established in the late 19th century by Edmond Mathey-Tissot at Les Ponts-de-Martel in the canton of Neuchâtel in Switzerland.

Favre-Leuba

Favre-Leuba is a Swiss manufacturer of wristwatches headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, and formerly a pioneer in watch design, manufacturing and distribution.