Watches require high-precision assembly. Watchmakers meticulously and rigorously assemble the components, which requires manual dexterity and sharp visual acuity.
Bracelets, clasps, and cases are pre-assembled. The dial and hands are then assembled onto the movement. An assembly team exerts a control of chronometry, water-resistance, and final quality. The bracelet is fixed to the watch and then packaged in an elegant watch box.