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Tema: Rolex 2.000 watches everyday, Blancpain...10.000 a YEAR!

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    Predeterminado Rolex 2.000 watches everyday, Blancpain...10.000 a YEAR!

    From wikipedia

    Blancpain started making watches in 1735 in Villeret, Switzerland. According to their commercial slogans, the company has never produced quartz watches in the past and has stated in its advertisements that it never will, nor have they ever produced watches with digital displays. In comparison to a large watch maker like Rolex, which makes about 2,000 watches a day, Blancpain produces fewer than 10,000 watches a year. Each watch is made by a single watchmaker.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blancpain
    Última edición por pepeliza; 18/01/10 a las 08:45

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    A very interesting post... That´s why the real watches lovers prefer Blacpain. Thx.

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    Blancpain is among the most stunning watchmaker, but be sure when you buy it as there's one of the most underated for re-sale.

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    You have reason, but let me tell you something, all the watches BLANCPAIN, are perfect!

    You can be sure, if you buy one Blancpain, you will love it always.

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    From Jordi

    Cita Iniciado por Jordiher Ver mensaje
    In 2007

    Rolex appx. 1.000.000 to 1.200.000
    Omega appx. 600.000 to 800.000
    Breitling appx. 150.000 to 200.000
    Vacheron Constantin appx. 4.500
    Glashütte Original appx. 25.000 to 35.000
    Global watch production


    1998 Global watch production
    Global production of watches, movements, basic timepieces and other timekeeping products continued to grow last year. Different concurring sources reported that it reached some 1.2 billion timepieces in 1998, worth an estimated total value of over 16 billion francs. Swiss watchmakers account for more than one half of this value whereas Asian countries (Hong Kong, China and Japan) supplied the majority of timepieces.
    Estimates relating to finished watches alone report some 500 million timepieces, 80% of which come from China and Hong Kong. Japanese output increased slightly in 1998, reaching 28 million units (26.9 in 1997), up by 4.5% to 1.164 billion francs. In France, output volumes remained stable (7.5 million units) whereas the value of production rose by 5.0% to 326 million Swiss francs.

    Swiss production
    Swiss production of finished watches increased in 1998. Approximately 34 million timepieces were manufactured (33 million in 1997) for a total of 8.2 billion francs (+1.7%). This increase is attributable to the quartz watch sector.
    1998 Figures (Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry)


    Global production 1999
    Estimates of global production of watches, movements, basic timepieces and other timekeeping products suffered from a lack of information from certain markets.
    However, different concurring sources estimate that approximately 1.2 billion pieces were produced in 1999, worth more than 16 billion francs. Swiss watchmakers alone therefore generated more than one half of this value whereas Asian manufacturers (Hong Kong, Chin, Japan and India) supplied most of the timepieces.
    According to these same sources, roughly 500 million finished watches were reportedly produced each year, 80% of which came from China and Hong Kong. In 1999, Japanese output declined. It stood at 19.5 million units (28 million in 1998), falling in value to 991 million francs. In France, output volumes remained virtually stable (7.4 million units) but declined in value by 4.3% to 312 million Swiss francs.
    Source: Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry / 1999


    Global production 2000
    The world watch industry undoubtedly enjoyed a good year in 2000.
    The favourable economic trend across most markets led to increased output. Unfortunately, the statistics are unable to provide accurate figures. It is nevertheless possible to estimate, by collating different concurring sources, that approximately 1.5 billion watches, movements, basic timepieces and other timekeeping products were produced in 2000. This output was worth between 18 and 20 million Swiss francs. Swiss watchmakers alone therefore generated more than one half of this value whereas Asian manufacturers (Hong Kong, China, Japan and India) supplied most of the timepieces.
    According to these same sources, approximately 80% of the 700 million finished watches produced in 2000 were made in China or Hong Kong. Japanese output stood at 16 million units (19.5 million in 1999), falling in value to 891 million francs.

    Swiss production
    Swiss manufacturers produced approximately 31 million finished watches in 2000, some 2 million fewer than in 1999. These timepieces generated a higher turnover (+14.1%), worth 10.1 million francs.
    Source: Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry


    Global watch production 2001
    The global economic climate was not particularly favourable in 2001. The economic slowdown experienced in the United States at the start of the year gradually spread to other countries throughout the globe. European markets were not spared this trend and also saw their business shrink. Already penalised by problems in its finance sector, Japan plunged into recession for the fourth time in 10 years.
    In terms of the watch industry, not every market was hit by the same trend. In the United States, consumer confidence immediately felt the impact, whereas it remained buoyant for longer in Europe. In Asia, Japan included, the forecast deterioration did not fully materialise. Thanks to its presence in the luxury sector, the watch industry was less sensitive to swings in the economy.
    Swiss production
    In 2001, 27.8 million finished watches were produced in Switzerland. This represents a decrease of 3.6 million timepieces compared with 2000. This drop in volume was accompanied by an increase in revenues of 10.517 billion francs (+3.7%).
    International background
    In Europe, 2001 was a year of consolidation which confirmed the excellent performance in 2000 and even outperformed it slightly. Asian results were less cheering. The figures available suggest a downturn, especially in Japan and Hong Kong. Less expensive watches manufactured by Asian countries stood up less well to the global economic slowdown.
    In terms of average prices, Switzerland is still far ahead and gaining ground rapidly. Between 2000 and 2001, the average price of watches exported by Switzerland rose from 312 to 367 francs. The average of other countries for which figures are available is 63 francs.
    Source: Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry

    Swiss watch production 2002
    Swiss production of finished watches reached 28.3 million watches in 2002. Up by 500,000 units (+1.7%), this result put an end to an eight-year downward trend. The value realised from these products was 10.561 billion francs, i.e. +0.4% compared with 2001.
    Source: Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry

    Swiss watch production 2003
    As predicted, 2003 was a mixed year for Swiss watch exports. Their value stood at 10.177 billion francs. This represents a reduction of 4.4%, i.e. 462.9 million francs less than in 2002.

    Factors such as the war in Iraq, which led to a downturn in tourism, the SARS epidemic and the depressed economic climate in Europe all adversely affected Swiss watch exports. Despite these setbacks, the Swiss watch industry weathered the downturn and ended slightly below the 2000 level, after several years of strong growth.

    The result for finished watches was the same as for the watch industry as a whole. Their export value fell by 4.4% compared with 2002, to a total of 9.292 billion francs. The downturn in volume abated after the first half of 2003. Nevertheless it was 8.4% less than in 2002, which represents 2.2 million fewer units. The number of exported timepieces thus totalled 24.6 million.

    Global production 2003
    In line with the trend reported for Switzerland, most of the main watch exporters saw their situation deteriorate compared with 2002. Germany alone reported growth in 2003 (at 680 million francs). Exports from the United Kingdom were more or less stable (at 287 million francs), with a slightly negative trend. In France (378 million francs) and Asia (Hong Kong at 14 million francs and Japan at 128 million francs), results took a downward turn.

    The average overall price of exported watches increased slightly in 2003 to 226 francs. The biggest recorded variation was in the average value of German timepieces, which fell from 138 to 102 francs. French products also experienced a significant fall to 61 francs.

    Global production 2005
    By drawing on different sources, it is estimated that annual global watch production stands at 1.2 billion timepieces, worth approximately 12 billion euros. Swiss watchmakers alone therefore generated more than one half of this value whereas Asian manufacturers (Hong Kong, China, Japan and India) supplied most of the timepieces. Lagging behind, revenues from French watch and clock production were estimated at 365 million euros excluding tax, 76 million of which was accounted for by watches. The sector employs 5,000 people across 120 watch and clock companies, among them 55 component manufacturers, almost all located in Franche-Comté.

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    Rolex 1.200.00???? that's nothing. For example Orient.....2.3 million per year

    "Orient Watch produces an incredible 2.3 million timepieces per year, which are distributed globally to over 60 countries."

    http://www.europastar.com/europastar..._id=1004075855
    Última edición por FranJoe; 24/03/10 a las 22:57

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    2.3million of Orient it's less than 1.2 millon of Rolex...

    The price it's really different!

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