What is in a watch?

Where do watch brands find the material and inspiration that will set their next release apart from what’s already out there? Consider this: Breitling’s new Transocean Chronograph Unitime shows the time in 24 time zones with a single glance. Piaget makes the world’s thinnest mechanical watches. Breguet creates the most popular aviation watches. Victorinox Swiss Army is known for mastering watches for divers. Blancpain creates watches that are visually appealing to women. Innovation is what sets these ideas apart from the rest.

Watchmakers ensure that their timepieces are precise, functional, yet visually appealing. At LuxeFoil, we can relate – our metals are 500 times thinner than a human hair.  We can produce over 20 variations of materials, including precious metals.

Our materials can come in customized sizes and texture with specifications on request. We test these materials religiously to ensure that our product line is top notch.  Not only do they look beautiful, the high quality of our metals add to the overall appeal of luxury watches.

 

See some of our products on a watch (Link to: http://luxefoil.com/products/)

See our options for materials (Link to: http://luxefoil.com/materials/)

See our precious metals in person at BASELWORLD 2013