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I Am Looking For Swiss Made Watches As Birthday Gifts Chf 75 £50?


Farhan
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Hello, what I am looking for a classic traditional looking watches, but made in Switzerland for around CHF 75 £50.

Therefore, I want to plan for birthday gifts both male and female.

If you can give me details of the watch makers who are based in Switzerland, who are within my price range(Not Swatch).

As some companies / Websites claim to have, Swiss made watches but lie.

I look forward to hearing from you

Yours

Farhan

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I suspect that getting a (brand new) genuinely Swiss made watch (other than a Swatch!) for around £50 is likely to be very difficult. Does anyone have any suggestions?

However, Swiss made second hand should be achievable in that price range. Check the sales forum here, on TZ-UK's Sales Corner (note minimum post count required), on WUS's sales forum, on PMWF's sales forum, and on eBay.

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Hello, what I am looking for a classic traditional looking watches, but made in Switzerland for around CHF 75 £50.

Therefore, I want to plan for birthday gifts both male and female.

If you can give me details of the watch makers who are based in Switzerland, who are within my price range(Not Swatch).

As some companies / Websites claim to have, Swiss made watches but lie.

I look forward to hearing from you

Yours

Farhan

When you find one let me know, as I will get one too.

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Aren't Rotary watches 'Swiss Made'? If so, have a look in Argos.

Mostly not now, to the best of my knowledge.

From what I've seen most Rotary watches have no origin markings, so almost certainly will not be made in Switzerland. The ones that are still legitimately Swiss Made are marked as such and are, not surprisingly, the more expensives ones.

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