mostly no.

if a burberry, or ANY other watch is ‘Swiss Made’ it will say so on the watch.

often a watch, such as burberry, will use a Swiss movement in the watch, and fraudulently advertise the watch as ‘Swiss’. this happens quite a bit.

but a Swiss movement does not make the watch ‘Swiss made’, as there are very stringent and specific requirements for any watch to state ‘Swiss made’ on it. and if the watch meets those requirements, they absolutely positively take advantage of that by stating ‘Swiss made’ on the watch dial and usually on the caseback too.

if you see a watch advertised as ‘Swiss…


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