When you come through the door of our watch workshop, you realize that checking a watch is not any whim but rather a self-imposed demand that arises out of the idea that a watch is a work of engineering and must be treated as such.
A watchmaker’s work process is long and meticulous. The first hands that touch a watch at the workshop belong to those responsible for the movement, who polish the wristband and watch case. Later, the parts are cleaned using an ultrasound-operated machine. After checking the airtightness of the watch with machines specifically designed to control this, the specialist moves on to the next step, which is also the most complicated: manually checking all of the insides of the watch by manually analysing each and every one of the parts.