Raymond Weil was born in Geneva in 1926. After completing his commercial high school examinations and working in a service company for his first job, he joined in 1949 the Geneva watch company, Camy Watch S.A. This was a great opportunity for this watchmaking aficionado. In 1976, in the middle of a watch industry crisis, Raymond Weil decided to found his own company. Carried along by both his enthusiasm and his experience, the founder of RAYMOND WEIL explored Europe and the whole world to gradually put together an international network. RAYMOND WEIL is now a famous brand and one of the flagships of the Swiss watchmaking industry.
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Since being established in 1881, Seiko has contributed to society with one revolutionary product after another – starting with the production of Japan’s first wristwatch in 1913 and including the creation of the world’s first quartz watch in 1969. Seiko has also been the official timekeeper at many international sporting events since the Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964. Seiko has been privileged to share moments of tremendous excitement with athletes and spectators worldwide.
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Since 1884, hand craftsmanship, quality and functionality has been the top priority for Victorinox Swiss Army. Today, Victorinox is a global company with six product categories: Swiss Army Knives, Household and Professional Knives, Watches, Travel Gear, Apparel and Fragrances. The Swiss Army Knife is the core product and has a pioneering role in the development of all product categories. Victorinox guarantees that its products meet the highest standards in all areas and quality is never compromised, regardless of the production site. The majority of Victorinox products – the Swiss Army Knives, Household and Professional Knives, Watches and Fragrances – are manufactured in Switzerland.
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In 1875, Joseph Bulova, the company’s founder, emigrated from Bohemia, in what is now the Czech Republic, at the age of nineteen, arriving in Manhattan in 1870 to a world brimming with opportunity. Opening his own jewelry store on Maiden Lane in Lower Manhattan, then the nucleus of New York City’s jewelry industry, he called it J. Bulova, and quickly distinguished himself from the hundreds of jewelers in the district with its quality and innovation in technique and artistry.
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