Have you ever heard of the saying “A chain is no stronger than its weakest link”?
Well, it’s quite the same when it comes to watches. A watch is only as good as great are the materials used in its making.
Hence, here’s a section that’s purely dedicated to exploring the materials, their characteristics, and properties in the watchmaking and that how they contribute to the quality, longevity, and functionality of any end product.
However, this is not to say that this section will be purely focused on exploring the types of metal, aluminum, or leather.
No, this section is about truly tackling materials as “the matter from which a thing is or can be made” in its widest possible interpretation.
Or to be more precise and on-point, it’s about exploring not only the raw materials but also the components as in structural ingredients of finished watches as the end products.
All to foster a better, more thorough, and more versatile understanding about them.