Daniel Jeanrichard Watches

Written by Beth Hrusch
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Daniel JeanRichard watches are the namesakes of a 17th century goldsmith-turned-watchmaker who had a shop in Switzerland where he turned out pocket timepieces of exceptional quality. In the 1980s, a group that also owns Girard-Perregaux purchased the name and a decade later, the first watches bearing the JeanRichard name were being introduced to the public. Today, these watches are known for their chic, retro-inspired designs.

Daniel JeanRichard Watches Have Distinct Style

Hallmarks of the JeanRichard line are strong lines and a sporty, modern look. The TV Screen watch, inspired by 1940s TV sets, is one of its most popular designs. This watch has a soft square face reminiscent of a television screen. Some models have a calendar and registers for small-seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours. Another bold design is the Highlands, with a round face and luminous Arabic numerals.

Precise Swiss quartz movement and scratch-resistant mineral crystal are featured on many Daniel JeanRichard watches. Four main collections for men and women reflect different styles and cater to different requirements, namely the TV Screen, Diverscope, Chronoscope and Bressel. Automatic movement and complex functions such calendars and small-seconds measurements come on many models.

Since their introduction over a decade ago, Daniel JeanRichard watches have captured the essence of youth and modern sensibilities in their designs. Retro style and bold lines make them at once classic and trendy. As they grow in popularity, these watches are being continually upgraded with new features and accents to appeal to a whole new generation of people who appreciate their fun and fresh attitude.

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