In this article, we are going to be looking at the Swiss Legend watches brand. The name of the brand makes it abundantly clear what they are going for. Everyone praises Swiss watches for their attention to detail and fine craftsmanship. Therefore, it makes sense that this brand would capitalize on this by making it clear in the name, that it is a Swiss brand.
However, not all Swiss brands are created equal. You have your big name, super expensive luxury Swiss watches such as Rolex, and Audemars Piguet. Then you have your less expensive, entry level Swiss luxury watches like Tissot, and Raymond Weil.
Swiss Legend watches take it a step further by producing some truly budget Swiss watches. But are they any good? That’s what we are here to find out! We are going to be looking at the build quality, design, and pricing of this brand to see if it is truly worth a purchase!
The first thing we are going to look at here is the build quality.
Swiss Legend Watches Review
Immediately I am going to have to get into the topic of the “Swiss movements” claimed by this brand. For a watch to truly be certified as an official Swiss watch brand, it has to meet a set of strict requirements.
Now, assuming that a watch meets all of these requirements, it would proudly have the label of being “Swiss made”, somewhere on the dial. That label is conspicuously absent from dial of Swiss Legend watches.
This would lead one to believe that these watches do not meet the requirements to be labeled truly Swiss made. Legend indeed.
So, the question then, is to what extent these watches are, in fact Swiss. Do they use Swiss parts or movements? Were they manufactured in Switzerland? I do not have the answers to these questions. In any event, let’s take a look at how these watches are built.
These are analog watches that use Swiss quartz movements. The watch cases are made of stainless steel, and the dial windows are either mineral or sapphire crystal. Water resistance ranges from 100 to 200 meters of resistance, so they should be good for swimming and some diving.
Looking at the build quality here, it is pretty decent for the asking price. But once again, I would be curious as to what type of Swiss quartz movement is being used in these watches. Next, let’s take a look at the designs.
Design & Style
They have several different styles. Some are more casual and minimalist, while others are a little sportier looking, especially their chronographs. And then some have a very strong resemblance to the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak.
Of particular note is their use of colors in the dial. sometimes the contrasting colors really make the watch stand out. In many cases there will be bright, vibrant colored dials. This certainly makes the brand a bit unique versus brands that use typical color schemes. Now lastly, let’s see how these watches are priced.
When it comes to pricing, I’ve never seen Swiss watches priced this low. Not even entry level Swiss watches are going to be this cheap. Sure, you might find a deal here or there, but nothing really as consistently low as these Swiss Legend watches.
They inhabit the lower end of the pricing spectrum when it comes to watches, although some of their models come closer to mid level pricing. Once again, if there is anything truly authentically Swiss about these watches, they are coming in at quite the bargain.
Now, if you are thinking about making a purchase of one of these watches, we have a couple of recommendations for you!
Swiss Legend Watches Review – Recommendations
Swiss Legend Men’s 10541-02-WA Trimix Diver
This one is definitely a head turner. This chronograph styled watch has an icy white luster. It has a white dial with silvery markings, paired with a silver bezel along with a white strap. The style has that Royal Oak look to it.
This is an analog, chronograph watch powered by Swiss quartz movement. The case is stainless steel, and the dial window is mineral crystal. Contains luminous hands and markers. It is also water resistant 200 meters, so swimming and light diving should be ok.
- stunning frosty style
- Swiss quartz movement
- water resistant 200 meters
Swiss Legend Men’s 10541-RG-01-BB Trimix Diver
This is one of the higher priced Swiss legend watches. It is a chronograph with a very distinctive, solid looking build. Very tank like appearance. This one is black and rose gold colored. It has a black dial and band, with rose gold colored markings and bezel.
It has an analog display and utilizes Swiss quartz movement. Has luminous hands and markers. The case is stainless steel, and the dial window is made of sapphire crystal. It is water resistant 200 meters, so it is good for swimming and diving.
- Swiss quartz movement
- sapphire dial window
- water resistant 200 meters
- somewhat expensive compared to their other watches
So, now, what can we conclude about Swiss Legend watches?
To conclude, from what we have looked at here today, Swiss Legend watches are pretty mediocre for a Swiss brand. This is not necessarily all bad. After all, they are many times cheaper than even most entry level Swiss brands.
And on that note, we come back to their identity as Swiss watches. I still have no clue as to what degree these watches are Swiss. So, if you are looking for Swiss watches, then perhaps you should stick with entry level Swiss brands such as Tissot or Certina. Even Louis XVI watches have the Swiss made label of approval on the dial.
All that aside, I do have to say that some of the designs in Swiss Legend watches are pretty spectacular. So, if nothing else, you can get one of the less expensive ones for style alone, but if you are looking for an authentic Swiss watch, you may want to look elsewhere.
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