New York City (NY); Watchtime.com, the website of America’s best-selling watch magazine, WatchTime, has published a new E-Special: “The Watch Cities of Switzerland.” This downloadable e-special can be found here: http://watchtime-shop.com/specials/watchtime-e-special-the-watch-cities-of-switzerland.html
This E-Special compiles four feature-length articles about four watchmaking cities in Switzerland: Bienne, where Rolex, Omega, and the Swatch Group make timepieces; La Chaux-De-Fonds, which houses facilities for brands such as Cartier and Girard-Perregaux, as well as the Museum of Horology; Geneva, home to Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin and Rolex’s main headquarters; and Le Locle, where visitors will find brands such as Zenith, Ulysse Nardin, and Tissot. All written by WatchTime’s executive editor Norma Buchanan, who visited each of these Swiss watchmaking hubs, the articles paint vivid portraits of these important watch cities, with anecdotes and historical tidbits that will interest even the most knowledgeable watch collectors and enthusiasts. For $5.99, readers of this E-Special will learn more than ever before about Switzerland’s unique role in the development and growth of watchmaking.
The new WatchTime E-Special “The watch Cities of Switzerland” can be found here: http://watchtime-shop.com/specials/watchtime-e-special-the-watch-cities-of-switzerland.html
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