I bought, I'm ashamed to say, several KS (Kronen and Shone) models and dismantled most of them - three beyond normal watchmaker standards. I wouldn't attempt to reassemble those. I scraped the gold plating, took movements down, cut leather straps, timed them. The hardest part of the process involved finding the movement manufacturer. I had help from a friend in Hong Kong - my Parnis supplier.
I'll make this short and sweet. The cases are 304 grade stainless steel, they use hardened mineral glass, PVD plating, bands are either stainless or leather. They use standard fold-over, wisp and single deployment clasps.
The movements: Liaoning.
I have yet to acquire a Liaoning catalog, so I cannot give you model numbers. They have similar configurations and complications as DG's. I cannot cross reference them. The movement has "Liaoning Watch Factory" stamped on them in Chinese.
Another analyst did a comparison of DG, Miyota, Sea-Gull and ETA. The lower priced Chinese movements had dust and tissue particles in the movements. Sea-Gull, the Japanese and Swiss movements were clean. That is attributable to the presence of "clean rooms". My Hong Kong supplier said that Liaoning was a lesser quality movement than DG. I found other opinions that saw no difference. Liaoning also makes Tourbillons.
I compared KS prices to the competition. KS has a 5/1 cost to value rate, e.g. a comparable competitive model selling $100 would cost $20 if KS. Their prices are predicated on two factors. 1) They sell BtoC. (Business to consumer). The don't manufacture, but get deep discounts over Minimum Order Quantities (MOQ) at their OEMs. 2) The have low profit margins. Some of their watches list at my cost with a MOQ of 100 to 500 units.
All those stores KS calls their retail outlets, they are all hosted by the same web site na-chuan. They are also registered to the same man in Hong Kong. I did a "whois" on the domains, ran trademark searches and checked that out with eBay.
Other sellers of similar watches are sold through channels BtoB -> BtoB -> B2C.
That's as brief as I can get. BTW. I like all but one of the KS models I tested.