My quest started out to find out more than the couple of threads posted by members in WUS on the end-to-end process of Stowa auto/manual and Schauer watches. The pictures posted by some of the members who have visited the factory in the past where very interesting, but I had not been able to get any more information until speaking to Regine. She could tell me how long each stage takes, but was able to point me to an area on the Schauer website that provides a good overview (In German) of what makes Stowa/Schauer so great at it's price point - it's craftsmanship.
I know that many of you will say "we knew this already" but I still found it interesting. Apologies if this has already been posted, I have tried to use the search facility first.
I anyone has any more to add to the process of making auto/manual watches within Stowa/Schauer (eg How long is a manual/auto watch regulated for, is a Schauer watch regulated for longer than a Stowa etc)feel free to post it here!