Precious timepiece owners do not only just look for a functional and fashionable watch, but they also want to possess an exclusive masterpiece that is different from others in the market. Shown below is what you can proudly tell your customers what Bernhard H. Mayer® watches offer.
If you are new to the world of luxury and quality timepiece, just look for the word ‘Swiss Made’ stamped on the dial or caseback. According to the Swiss law that regulates the use of the term ‘Swiss Made’ watches, they have to be assembled, adjusted and subjected to official tests in Switzerland, and at leatst 50% of the components of the movement should be manufactured in Switzerland.
All Bernhard H. Mayer® watches are Swiss made in accordance with Swiss standards of quality and assurance. Both technical and aesthetic designs are ensured by the specialised craftsmanship and exceptional skills of watchmakers that render a tradition of excellence.
High quality stainless steel
Stainless steel is an extraordinarily tough material and is usually resistant to corrosion. Some watches in the market claim to have a ‘stainless steel back’, which is actually only the caseback. However, Bernhard H. Mayer® watches’ entire case is made of high grade surgical stainless steel (316L), which is used frequently in the pharmaceutical industry and for surgical implants.
Bernhard H. Mayer® watches only come to life in master watchmakers’ expert hands. Behind individual methods is a common commitment to achieving the highest standard of workmanship through constant refinement. Featuring high standards and aesthetics, the dials of the Bernhard H. Mayer® watches go through a sophisticated handcraft process that result in the unique design. Instead of just a simple printed dial, most Bernhard H. Mayer® watches display the distinctive design elements, for example, multi-level stamped dial; manually polished faceted or printed with three-dimension effect indices.
Sapphire crystal glass with antireflective coating
A watch crystal is a transparent cover that protects the watch. They can be made of any of three materials: plexiglass (a clear, lightweight type of plastic), ordinary glass or mineral glass, or synthetic sapphire. Synthetic sapphire is the most expensive glass crystal material and the most scratch resistant. Antireflective coated on sapphire crystal makes it easier to read the watch face because they do not reflect any light.
Craftsmanship in decorative details
Each Bernhard H. Mayer® watch represents an exceptional standard of horological art. The fluting on the crown band is another of the discreet decorative details that contributes to the overall look of the watch. The crown is as important to the movement as it serves the crucial function of adjusting time. Bernhard H. Mayer® watches’ crown have a good grip and embossed logo.
Fine metal bracelet
Metal bracelet can also influence watch function and appearance. Metals used for watch bracelets can range from inexpensive base metals to precious metals. Low grade watches in the market use low quality, thin folded metal parts with scratched uneven brushing that store dust and degrade the watch. Bernhard H. Mayer® watches use one-piece solid stainless steel bracelets with scratch-resistant polishing and regular brushed finishing.
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