For the watch team of Brinker’s Jewelers, Baselworld is about so much more than just the watch show —it’s about what’s before and after the show, and the invaluable knowledge they bring back with them.
Today, even though an entire generation of young adults has grown up without the ‘need’ for a wristwatch, and despite the ever-present nature of our smartphones, more and more people are rediscovering the value of wristwatches.
Understanding watch movements and the differences between mechanical, automatic and quartz watch movements can help you find the perfect watch for you.
Headquartered in Detroit’s historic Argonaut building, a repurposed General Motors research facility, Shinola (pronounced shy-nola) has been retraining local laborers to hand-assemble their watch movements since 2011.
Baselworld is the largest watch and jewelry show in the world. With over one-half million square feet of show space and three thousand journalists from around the world, Baselworld is no small feat.
Having your watch serviced by a qualified watch professional on a regular basis will help maintain its value and performance.