Men's Stainless Steel Watches
|The watch's strap is made of alloy and is made of white steel, which makes the overall business more casual and not too casual. The dial is black and is a versatile color for many men's suits.|
Specifications of Men's Stainless Steel Watches
|Brand Name: OEM/ODM||Place of Origin: Fujian, China (Mainland)||Model Number: SYM149031||Type: Fashion, Limited Edition, Quartz|
|Feature: Water Resistant||Material: Stainless Steel||Gender: Men||Age: 2017|
|Watch Style: business Watch||Watch Case: Stainless Steel||Watch Caseback: Stainless Steel Back||Watch Band: S/S Band Bracelet|
|Watch Buckle: Stainless Steel Buckle||Watch Movement: Japanese Movement Or Chinese Movement||Water Resistant: 1ATM/3ATM/5ATM||Watch Design: OEM/ODM|
|Watch Test: ROHS/CE/REACH||Factory Audit: BSCI, SEDEX, AVON, L'OREAL, WALMART, DISNEY, KMART, TARGET, KAUFLAND|
Packaging & Delivery of Men's Stainless Steel Watches
Packaging Details: Bubble bag
Delivery Detail: Shipped in 35-60days after payment
Why put a ruby in your watch?
To understand the use of rubies, let us first return to the 18th century Britain (it was the cradle of high quality clocks at the time). It was the watchmaker there, the first to think of a small-grained ruby (called a gemstone) as a bearing for the pendulum pivot. Swiss optics dealer and astronomer Nicolas Fatio created ruby drilling technology. He went to the UK and hoped to develop and use his invention. Therefore, he tried to obtain a “royal privilege” for his technology, but they mistakenly claimed that the technology was already in use. In the end, Fatio did not gain privilege, while other skilled craftsmen set out to produce ruby granules for the watch trade.
At the time, the stone belonged to the second-class discard of the gemstone trade. This ruby repeated fine drilling technology has placed the British watch industry in an advantageous position and has been above the European watch industry for almost 20 years. After that, French watchmakers, like Abraham-Louis Breguet, brought British craftsmen back to work in France (including their technique of polishing stones). This is the beginning of the beginning of the British monopoly.
Over the years, this relatively high-cost, labor-intensive technology has limited the use of gemstones in high-end watches. Gradually, their production began to become industrialized, and they were increasingly moved to other aspects of watchmaking.