According to Swiss law, a Swiss-made watch means that at least 50% of the parts are Swiss made and that the assembly, finishing, and final inspection occurs in Switzerland.
A watch is considered Swiss if its movement was assembled, started, adjusted and controlled by the manufacturer in Switzerland.
Made in Switzerland consisting of swiss parts.
In order to qualify as "Swiss Made" a watch must have been assembled, adjusted and subjected to official tests in Switzerland. At least 50% of the value of all parts, and its movement must have been made in Switzerland.
The legally protected indication of Swiss origin. By the terms of the Swiss Federal Council ordinance of December 23, 1971, it can apply only to watches: Assembled in Switzerland, Started up, regulated and inspected by the manufacturer, Subject to the legal obligation of technical inspection in Switzerland.