Concord Watches

Written by Beth Hrusch
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Since the beginning of the 20th century, Concord watches have been manufactured in Switzerland to exacting standards. The craftsmanship that produces these fine designer watches has led to innovations in watch making, as well as some of the most creative designs seen in modern timepieces. Concord specializes in the watch as jewelry, and often uses precious gems to achieve an elegant look.

Concord Watches Express Elegance

The Concord watch has been in demand among those who appreciate one-of-a-kind design and quality craftsmanship. U.S. Presidents have been giving Concord timepieces to heads-of-state for decades. They are often given as gifts to mark important events. The elegant designs and thin profiles of the watches in the Concord collections make them versatile for formal and casual occasions.

In 1980, Concord introduced the thinnest watch ever made, the Delirium IV. At 1mm thickness, it is still the world's slimmest profile watch. The Concord tradition of master craftsmanship is also exemplified in the Haute Horlogerie and the Exor, which are hand-made pieces of exceptional value and beauty. They feature skeletonized cases in which one can see the movements of the mechanisms. The La Scala collection contains a variety of elegant styles for both men and women.

All Concord watches are made with surgical stainless steel or solid gold, fine Swiss quartz movement and a sapphire crystal. They are hand-polished and pressure-tested to ensure that provide many years of elegant beauty and accurate time keeping. For those who appreciate precision and quality, Concord watches are a wise investment.


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