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Watches are undeniably one of the essential elements in appearance. He is not only a timekeeper but also a means of self-expression.

Watches also indirectly reflect the character of the wearer, especially for men. If women wear jewelry to enhance their appearance, then men wear watches as their ‘jewelry.’

When it comes to watches, you can’t be separated from Switzerland, the country that gave birth to world-famous watch labels. In fact, other countries are also oriented to Switzerland in their watch production. Reported from various sources, here are five of the most sought-after Swiss labels.

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Initially, this Rolex company was founded in London, England, in 1905. However, in 1919, it shifted to Geneva, Switzerland, until now. Hans Wilsdorf, the founder, wanted his label watches to be accurate. The search for chronometric precision has paid off. In 1910, Rolex was awarded the Swiss Certificate of Chronometric Precision. In addition, in 1914, he was also awarded an “A” class accuracy certificate by the Kew Observatory, England. Rolex is now synonymous with precision or precision.

Rolex has released a wide variety of watch collections. This year, he released collections including the Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller, Oyster Perpetual Yacht-Master II, Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona, and Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller.


Bomberg is arguably a new player in the watch industry. Founded in 2012 in Neuchatel, Switzerland, the company exudes a bold image as well as a breaker for conservative traditions. The bold, aggressive, and masculine impression is highlighted by Bomberg, which is now available in more than 50 countries. Just look at fans of this clock, such as musician Gene Simmons of KISS, Tommy Lee of Motley Crue, guitarist Slash of Guns N’ Roses, and NBA Californian Chris Andersen.

Not long ago, he issued a collection titled Bolt-68. Uniquely, this clock is able to transform not only as a but also as a this pocket equipped with a chain. Marco Mascis, COO of Bomberg, said that Bomberg watches are designed to express themselves, especially those who are dynamic. In addition, Bomberg also issued accessories such as Skully Bracelets and Grenade Desk Clock, where the it can be removed and mounted on a ‘grenade’ as a table clock.

  1. Patek Phillipe

Patek Phillipe is one of the most sought-after watch labels. He also includes a line of watches that have a special feature. Namely, the wearer can add a day in February during a leap year. This luxury watch is the result of the collaboration of Antoni Patek and Adrien Philippe in 1851. This label is widely known for its fantastic price. In 2010, a Reference 1527 this made in 1943 sold for up to IDR 58.45 billion at an auction in Switzerland.

The complex and classy designs are displayed for this year’s collection. The materials used are white gold, rose gold, platinum as well as stainless steel or stainless steel.

Tag Heuer

This label was founded by Edouard Heuer in 1860. Actually, he produces not only watches but also accessories, glasses, and even cellphones. Its always innovative design makes Tag Heuer popular with world celebrities. Driver Lewis Hamilton, golfer Tiger Woods and actor Shahrukh Khan are just a few of the names of artists who admire Tag Heuer watches.


Initially, this label founded by Charles-Félicien Tissot and his son Charles-Émile Tissot only produced pocket watches in 1853 and antimagnetic clocks in 1929-1930. Until then, they produced and worn by world celebrities. Call it singer Elvis Presley, son-in-law of the Kingdom of Monaco Grace Kelly, to South African figure Nelson Mandela. Its popularity increased when Lara Croft, aka Angelina Jolie, wore this watch in the film Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life. & Mrs. Smith.

This year the output of the latest collection is quite varied. The Tissot PRC200 Ice Hokey Special Edition was created for the commemoration of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF). The design is sporty, with a touch of blue and red accents on the hands. There is also a Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar II with a touch screen feature for various functions. In addition, it is also scratch-resistant because it is made of a ceramic bezel.