Watch Making

Hand Crafted Movements & Watches

Creating a SWISSMASTER Rolex Swiss replica watch is a very detailed and careful process. It starts with a skilled SWISSMASTER watchmaker who puts together several hundred small parts to make the watch. But that’s just the beginning.

Every single part of the watch, both inside and outside, is carefully checked to make sure it’s the right size, works correctly, and looks good. We even use magnifying glasses to make sure everything looks perfect.

We take a lot of time and care to make each part of our Rolex Swiss replica watches just right, and we do it all by hand to make sure they’re perfect.

At SWISSMASTER, we make our watches extra special by adding a layer of real 18kt gold or platinum to the 904L steel. We do this through a process called PVD plating, which creates a super tough and thick coating that’s much more durable than regular gold plating.

PVD stands for “physical vapor deposition.” In this process, we turn gold into vapor in a special chamber and then let it stick to the metal. This makes the coating really strong. When we combine PVD with titanium nitride, which is a very hard material, it becomes even tougher. This is why we use this modern technique instead of the older electro-chemical plating. Plus, it’s better at resisting damage from things like sea water and sweat compared to regular plating.

Solid Brass Hands

Creating the hands for a SWISSMASTER Rolex replica watch is a precise and careful process. It involves many steps and requires a lot of attention to detail. We have to be very precise, and handling the hands is a delicate job.

First, we cut the hands from a piece of brass in several steps. Then, we use diamond polishing to make them smooth and shiny. After that, we use a process called electroplating, which involves different stages like cleaning, degreasing, and adding a layer of rhodium or gold.

We also rinse the hands multiple times during these steps to make sure they’re just right. Not many watchmakers can meet these high standards set by Rolex, but we take great care to make sure our hands are perfect.

Lacquer Dials

The dials of SWISSMASTER replica watches are made with a lot of attention to how they look. They have a nice mix of hollow and raised parts, and we make sure they are finished perfectly. To create these dials, we use a mix of traditional methods and modern technology.

First, we start with a brass plate and cut it into the shape we want for the dials. Then, we drill holes and openings in it. After that, we make them shiny and add color using a process called lacquering or electroplating. Electroplating is a bit like how you use electricity to coat something with metal.

We do this by dipping the dials in different baths one after the other, and the electric current helps the metal stick to them. These dials are designed to be easy to read, like the dashboard of a car.

Metal Dials

We at SWISSMASTER uses a special process to make metal dials on our watches. We start with a base of pure silver or gold and make it shine brilliantly. The small counters on the dial are hollowed out and decorated with swirling lines. Then, we add color to make the markings stand out. We use ink-coated silicon pads to print the numbers and lines on the dial, and this process involves several trips to a hot furnace.

The Rolex logo is made from an 18-carat gold strip, and it’s done with incredible precision, accurate to within 1/100th of a millimeter. They use techniques like sandblasting, cutting, and polishing to make it look just right.

Placing the Rolex logo and hour markers on the dial is a very delicate task that requires a lot of skill. To finish it off, they apply a special glowing substance called Super-LumiNova using a high-pressure tool.

Use of Hi-Tech Tools for Watch Making

The SWISSMASTER laboratory is well-equipped with advanced tools to help us develop and replicate Rolex movements. We have a scanning electron microscope that can magnify things 40,000 times, a high-speed camera, and equipment for chemical tests. We also have devices to check how well the movements can handle things like shocks, changes in temperature, magnetic fields, and normal wear and tear to make sure they work reliably over time.

When we’re making a new Rolex replica, we also test all the exterior parts to see how tough they are. We check if the sapphire crystal can withstand impacts, if the dial can handle sunlight without fading, and if the bracelet can handle being pulled or bumped without breaking. These tests help us make sure our watches are really strong and durable.

Peformance of Our Watches

A SWISSMASTER Rolex Swiss replica watch’s performance can be affected by the air quality in the place where it’s assembled. To make sure our watches work perfectly in all kinds of conditions, we have a special system in our production building. This system keeps an eye on and controls the humidity and temperature in every area.

This way, we prevent our Rolex Swiss replica watches from getting wet inside when they are exposed to colder temperatures, which could happen if they were put together in a place with too much moisture in the air. These measures are common in high-tech industries like medicine or electronics, but they are quite innovative in the world of watchmaking.

Precisions we Take During Making a Perfect Watch

With precise Swiss craftsmanship, the SWISSMASTER Rolex replica watch comes together meticulously. First, the watch dial is carefully placed and secured onto the movement. Then, the hands are delicately attached, one by one, using a special machine that displays a magnified image on a video screen to ensure accuracy. We check that the hands are straight, centered correctly after adjustments, and that the date changes correctly.

The Rolex clone movement, along with the dial and hands, is then placed inside the watch case. We insert the crown, secure the movement with screws, and attach the oscillating weight using a special tool to make sure it’s fastened just right. Finally, we seal the Rolex replica watch with its caseback, locking it in place with a machine, and then we use a laser to engrave any necessary markings. This process requires great attention to detail to ensure the watch is assembled perfectly.

Testing & Final Touches

Testing is a very important part of making SWISSMASTER watches. Our watchmakers assemble the watch, test it, take it apart, polish the parts, and then put it back together again. They repeat this process until the watch meets our high standards and is ready to leave our workshop in Geneva.

To make sure our watches are of the best quality, we work with top-notch Swiss suppliers and skilled watchmakers who use advanced equipment. We also have strict testing procedures at every step of production. We test each part and make sure it meets all the standards we set at SWISSMASTER.

Our watch cases go through tests to check if they can handle water pressure up to 300 bars and to see if they can prevent condensation. We also examine the hands, dials, and straps or bracelets closely to ensure they are perfect. Once the watch is assembled, we test it to make sure everything works correctly, like the buttons, the rotating bezel, the automatic winding, and how long it can run without winding.

We also use magnifying glasses to check if all the parts on the outside look perfect. Before we send the watches out from our SWISSMASTER factory, we do one more check to make sure they both look great and work well.