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LIGURE SWISS MADE MOVEMENT SW200

Self-winding - 3 hands - date

 

Hours, minutes and central sweep seconds

Date with quick setting

Self-winding mechanism with ball bearing

Stop second device

28'800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz)

26 jewels

38 hours of running time

The Sellita movement inside our Ligure watch is certainly one of the most popular and reliable calibers in the world of mid-level watchmaking. Sellita has collaborated with ETA for a long time for the production of their movements. The SW200 caliber comes from old patents of the ETA 2824 caliber. It is equipped with Novodiac machine-stop and anti-shock.

 

The SW200 caliber inside our Ligure watch is Swiss Made. Although a movement does not necessarily have to be produced in Switzerland entirely; the updated law on 1 January 2017, says that some characteristics must be respected:

 

Assembly in Switzerland

Inspection in Switzerland

Swiss parts for at least 60% (previously 50%)

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LIGURE SWISS MADE GMT MOVEMENT SW330

Self-winding - 4 hands - 2nd time zone - date

 

Hours, minutes and central sweep seconds

2nd time zone by central hand

Date and GMT with quick setting

Self-winding mechanism with ball bearing

Stop second device

28'800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz)

25 jewels

42 hours of running time

One of the most respected companies in Swiss watchmaking is named: Sellita. Their SW330 movement is considered as a top-notch GMT movement. A GMT function is a particularly useful complication for frequent travelers or people who work with different time zones, because it allows you to track a second time zone simultaneously. This means that it has an extra hand that follows a 24-hour path around the outside of the dial. The Ligure GMT also has a date wheel, plus an anti-shock mechanism that helps it maintain accuracy even when receives knocks and jolts. Meanwhile, its seconds hand will sweep smoothly at a satisfying eight ticks per second.

 

Not all watch manufacturers can afford the time and expenses required to create their own GMT movements: Enter the tried and tested Swiss movement suppliers. The most frequently-used GMT movements are the ETA 2893-2 and the one we are using in our Ligure Watches the Sellita SW 330

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