Concord Watch was founded in Bienne, Switzerland, in 1908, by two young Swiss
craftsmen who shared an ambition to create watches of beautifully thin proportions.
Early in the century, Concord designs were frequently selected by Cartier, Tiffany and others among the world's finest jewelers as their own private-label timepieces.
In 1979, Concord Watch earned worldwide renown as the company that pioneered and perfected the ultra-flat Swiss quartz movement with the Delirium, the thinnest watch in the world.
The Concord watch continues to set new standards for watchmaking sophistication with it's spectacularly jeweled, one-of-a-kind creations like the Saratoga Splendours, handcrafted tourbillon timepieces of unsurpassed technical complication and mastery.
Today, from the sportive luxury of Saratoga SL to the graceful style and exceptional value of Les Palais, to the grandly geometric Las Scala and elegantly detailed Veneto collections in solid 18 karat gold, the Concord watch is the sensation of time.
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