Let’s Settle This Once And For All: Can We Call The Movements Inside Tudor And Longines Watches “In-House”?

Okay, let’s settle this once and for all. It’s time to end an often-heated debate. “Manufacture or not?” seems to be the question that needs to be answered when we’re talking about Tudor and Longines watches. Does a Kenissi-equipped Tudor qualify as a watch with an in-house movement? And can a Longines with an ETA […]

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