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    SCHAUMBURG WATCH News: 2009 MOVEMENT UP & DOWN SW07.9. & SW07.9.1.

    News: 2009 MOVEMENT UP & DOWN SW07.9. & SW07.9.1.

    Allmechanical parts and the Unitas 6497 wheels parts as well form the basic components of the watch mechanism according to base caliber SW07.9. and SW07.9.1. We also use a specific Nivaflex main spring made by Schwab Feller which is the well-known manufacturer of main springs for the Haute Horlogerie from Switzerland. Unlike the standard main spring the SF Nivaflex provides a power reserve that is higher and very constant, even exceeding the standard values. Description of the mechanical components of the SW07.9 basic movement as follows:Made in Switzerland, Nivarox II hairspring with Etachron Raquetterie, Nivaflex mainspring, Incabloc Novodiac shock absorber, escapement wheel treated by extreme boundary lubrication, also other Unitas 6497 components.The SW07.9.1 is additionally equipped with a Glycudur gold plated screw balance made in Switzerland.
    The major parts of our investment referring to the work components and the Schaumburger three quarter bridge with Schaumburger grinding as well, are manufactured in Germany, i.e. they are “Made in Germany”. The Schaumburger grinding is characterized by its own distinctive and coarse brushed structure. Furthermore, the bridge is fine beveled and rhodanised, each bridge has its own golden work identifying number . The balance cock is according to tradition of the old master craftsmen completely finely engraved. Each single movement is unique and intricately crafted by hand. Assembling of all components up to point of a functional movement is handcraft by Schaumburg Watch. There a lot of work steps needed , e.g. the pressing of bearing jewels, the testing of an unbalanced balance or the final fine adjustment in different positions, until the movement is finally grown to a complex watch mechanism

    BASELWORLD 2009 - Halle 5.0 Stand V17. 26. March bis 2.. April 2009

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