A guide to watch movement manufacturers

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A guide to watch movement manufacturers

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Came across this and thought it worth posting, as it probably covers the majority of non in-house manufacturers.

https://www.chrono24.com/magazine/a-beg ... s-p_64815/

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Thanks for this - really helpful.
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Fascinating article. Thank you for the link Neil. :thumbup:

Related to this is the matter that CW use a variety of movements in their watches, details of which may be found in the CWArchives.

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Re: A guide to watch movement manufacturers

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Thanks Guy, that’s really interesting also. Loved looking through all the different models in the archive.
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