We all know VC watches are works of art. The movements are well polished and filed, decorated and very nice to look at. The watch themselves are works of art, assembled and made by VC watchmakers with the pride of Artisans of old.
But, what about the reliability? Are VC watches made to withstand the rigors of daily wear? Does VC do research into making sure their movements are robust? What type of testing does VC put their watches through? Quality control?
It is great if a watch and the watch's movement looks great, but all that is fruitless if the watch does not do it's primary function, and that is to keep accurate, reliable time for the wearer who wears his watch on his wrist day end and day out.
VC has a great web page, but not much about the whole manufacturing, testing, QC, and movements ruggedness.
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