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chopard-geneve

Chopard Geneve
This label, created in 1886 in order to protect Genevan watchmaking, involves three fundamental conditions of admission and 12 qualifying criteria. A watch is thus only eligible if its movement is assembled and adjusted in Canton Geneva, if it is numbered, and if it meets the craftsmanship criteria established by the Technical Committee. One of the three labels of quality to which Chopard Manufacture submits some of its models is the prestigious Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark. This label, created in 1886 in order to protect Genevan watchmaking, involves three fundamental conditions of admission and 12 qualifying criteria. A watch is thus only eligible if its movement is assembled and adjusted in Canton Geneva, if it is numbered, and if it meets the craftsmanship criteria established by the Technical Committee. The 12 criteria involve the finishing of the parts (chamfered and hand-drawn bridges, polished sinks, chamfered going train) and their characteristics (type of balance wheel-spring pinning, type of index, thickness of the escape wheel), as well as the non-use of certain parts such as wire springs. A watch with Poinçon de Genève certification offers the assurance of a fine timepiece made using the latest technologies for reliability and precision. Every watch is submitted to tests to ensure the application of the Poinçon de Genève criteria throughout every stage in the manufacture, the correct operation of each individual function, the water resistance, the accuracy of the movement, and the duration of the power reserve. Chopard Manufacture timepieces and Poinçon de Genève Since 1996 Chopard has developed 15 calibers that bear the prestigious quality hallmark. The 2011 launch of the L.U.C Triple Certification Tourbillon was the world’s first watch combining the COSC certification, the prestigious Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark and the Fleurier Quality Foundation label. The Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark is an all-in-one guarantee of origin, of craftsmanship and of durability.
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