it would probably help if you personalized it, why do you want to know? Got an imminent purchase?
Perhaps two watches to compare?
Looks like chese vs shushi thread
Ball - Casio (G-shock) - HMT - Longines - Parnis - Seagull - Tissot - Victorinox - Yema
Question: Which is better, Swiss or Japanese Quartz?
Answer: Yes, it is better!
(sorry for being sarcastic...)
--- Steinhart Ocean One Black, ceramic (ETA 2824-2 Elabore), Porsche Design Dashboard Titanium 6612.15/2 166.803 (ETA 2894-2), Steinhart Proteus (ETA 2893-2), Breitling SuperOcean (Calibre 17), Steinhart Nav.B Limited Silver Edition (UNITAS 6497), Hamilton Khaki Navy GMT 3TZ (ETA 2893-1), Montblanc Star Steel Reserve de Marche (ETA 2897), Seiko Premier Automatic SPB003J1 (6R20), Auguste Reymonde Automatic (ETA 2824-2), Delma Classic Automatic (ETA 2824-2), Seiko Perpetual Calendar Map Meter (8F52), HMT Day/Date (Miyota) 35 years old, new HMT Rajat, Casio ProTrek, Seiko Kinetic Sport 100 Orange, Orient "Hogrider"/Mako XL, Orient Mako (Yellow)
Side note, it's been a year since I purchased my second favorite watch, an Aerospace. It's still dead on. Hard to beat.
All this from a diehard mechanical fan....
Sorry didn't mean to start anything like that. Let's just forget I even asked.:oops:
This brings up an interesting question. With mechanical watches swiss made commands a high premium due to claims about higher quality and accuracy.
With quartz...well im not so sure. A cheap chinese quartz is already very accurate on a yearly basis and certaintly enough for the average person. So is the difference in quality noticeable?
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