It's nice to see some watches from France sometimes because I have wondered why there aren't more of them. There are French-based brands and famous French watchmakers, but you will often find the "Swiss Made" label on their dials. Pequignet is a rare watch company that can claim to fully produce watches in France, and the theme of this Pequignet Rue Royale GMT watch is all about being French. Beyond the rolex replica
liberte, egalite, and fraternite, however, is also some some satisfying horology to keep you interested. Pequignet is a small independent company based in Morteau, in the French department of Jura that borders the Swiss canton of Jura. The area historically had a watchmaking industry, but today that basically replique montre
means Pequignet is very close to Switzerland's most concentrated watchmaking region - but is, of course, firmly located in France. So Pequignet is likely able to benefit from that proximity in various ways while boasting fabrique en France on their dials. Not that watch brands headquartered around the world do cheap replica watches
anything short of acrobatics to qualify for a Swiss-Made label, but "Made in France" is a distinguishing factor and one that likely doesn't come across as low-rent either. The best of both worlds, it would seem. The Pequignet Rue Royale GMT watch is in the brand's "Manufacture" collection which includes repliche orologi
various lines that are easy to distinguish because their names tend to use the term "Royale" in reference to their "exclusive" movement. "Manufacture" in this context usually indicates some level of in-house production, and like other brands, Pequignet offers collections with sourced movements alongside its Manufacture line.