Festina Watch

The Festina watch is considered the cyclist’s watch. Festina is the official timekeeper of the Tour de France and the Giro d’Italia, and owner of the Festina Pro Cycling Team, Festina Road Warrior which won the Tour de France in 1994 and 1996, and was ranked second in the world in 1997. The Festina watch is now available in the United States, and the brand is already on the fast track with racing events.

The Festina watch is among the fastest growing watch lines in Europe, and is the best selling watch in its country of origin, Spain. It didn’t start out in Spain, though. The company was founded in Switzerland in 1902, and has continued to be one of the best selling mid-priced watches in Europe. The watches generally feature Japanese quartz movements, and a few special features, such as the “Mecaquartz” movement, which is a no-battery automatic quartz movement. In addition, a large percentage of Festina’s offerings are sports chronographs including the Internationally advertised Road Warrior series of chronographs.

 
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