By the standards of the modern watch industry, Zeitwinkel has considerable potential for cutting manufacturing costs. That’s because we still work in the same way as watchmakers did many generations ago. The focus is not on meeting cost points or on following a process designed for mass production, but rather on our watches and the art of watchmaking.
Of course, we also use modern machines to achieve the highest possible precision in the production of important movement components.
But at the same time we also work on almost antique equipment and even manufacture some components by hand. We purchase components that we do not manufacture ourselves from suppliers in the region, which means that we can completely do without the "naturalization" of Asian components through refinishing.
Instead of production machines, assembly robots and conveyor belts for components, our manufacture is thus defined by passion for traditional craftsmanship.