Swiss Military watches capture the rugged reputation of the Swiss Army and combine it with the qualities of Swiss watchmaking. The history of the watches date back to 1926, when Max Bürgin, the founder of Montres Charmex SA, started his apprenticeship with of the top watchmakers near Basel, Switzerland. The leadership took note of his exceptional abilities and soon after, he founded his own company, Swiss Military.
Swiss Military watches appeal to those who demand quality and endurance for an active lifestyle. The Swiss cross logo, which appears on every watch, is a symbol of this distinction. The brand’s signature chronographs feature stainless steel with second, hour, and 24-hour GMT sub-dials. Swiss Military watches are officially licensed by the Swiss Confederation, and every automatic and quartz watch movement used in Swiss Military timepieces is made in Switzerland. Swiss Military offers men's, women's, and unisex styles.
Swiss [Military watches](Military watches ) are officially licensed by the Swiss Confederation, an authentication only awarded to a select number of brands. This coveted Swiss-made label subjects each timepiece to stringent quality assurance and control checks. This guarantees a level of quality and durability that buyers can rely on. Swiss Military watches continue to achieve this status because of a continued commitment to upholding and maintaining the Confederation's exacting standards. The cases and bracelets of Swiss Military watches use high-grade stainless steel and are durable and water-resistance from 5 ATM up to 20 ATM.
Swiss Military watches use either quartz or mechanical movements made by the leading manufacturers in Switzerland. The history of the Swiss watch industry extends over hundreds of years, with skill and expertise handed down through the generations. The components used in each Swiss Military mechanical and quartz watch offer precision and functionality even in extreme conditions, upholding the unrivaled reputation of Swiss-made watches.
Swiss Military’s robust sport and military stainless steel chronograph watches feature sub-dials displaying second, hour, and 24 hours GMT indicators. Additional functionality includes a date marker at the 4 o'clock position and tachymeter markings. Standard features on most Swiss Military watches are luminescent hand and hour markers that are useful in low light environments. Meanwhile, the casual dress style watches feature a classic analog display that's ideal for daily wear.
Swiss Military collections include men's watches and women's watches. However, there is also a range of unisex Swiss Military watches which will appeal to those seeking contemporary active wrist wear. Swiss Military watches are available in an array of military and sporting ranges. Whether scaling a snow-capped mountain face or in the pressurized heat of a race, the clarity of the crystal and display dial allows the wearer to check the time at a glance. Swiss Military chronometers are made for watch enthusiasts who enjoy outdoor pursuits and seek bold designs and dependable functionality.