A watch may use the markings “Swiss Made”
or “Swiss” only if it is truly Swiss. A
watch may be considered Swiss if:
The movement is Swiss.
The movement is cased within Switzerland.
The Manufacturer does final Inspection in Switzerland
The Swiss Movement:
A Swiss watch must use a Swiss movement. To consider
the movement Swiss, it must meet the following criteria:
The movement must be assembled in Switzerland.
The Manufacturer must inspect the movement in Switzerland.
50% of the total value must be comprised of Swiss manufactured
components. The cost to assemble is not part of this