||Luxury Watches||Brand Owner|
Jaeger LeCoultre Duomètre
|Audemars Piquet||Audemars Piquet|
|Baume & Mercier||Richemont|
|Jordi, Michel||Michel Jordi SA|
|Sports Watches||Brand Owner||
Double Eagle 4 counters
|Trendy Watches||Brand Owner||
Swatch Neon Streams
|Flik Flak||Swatch Group|
|Calvin Klein||Swatch Group|
While there exists in fact an "official Swiss Army knife", no such thing as an "official Swiss Army watch" has ever been designed or issued by the the Swiss Army or Swiss Air Force. Besides, the Swiss Army has missed reserving the worldwide commercial rights to its name. However, different manufacturers, some of them not even Swiss companies, do have registered trademarks referring to the Swiss Army or Air Force.
When the standardized clock for all Swiss railway stations was designed in 1941 it both reflected modern technology orientation and simplicity that are also expressed by the sans-serif Helvetica font created in Switzerland at about the same time (Confoederatio Helvetica is the offical latin name for Switzerland). The straightforward sober design also marked a clear difference to the old German pathos preferred by Nazi Germany.
Since 1941 the Swiss Railway watch has never been changed - it is still a timeless design.
Swiss Railway Watch