$150,000 WATCH | How It's Made



Ever wondered how some of the most expensive items in the world are made? Find the history and making of wristwatches here.
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36 comments

  1. This is absolutely the worst how it’s made I’ve ever watched. Our how it’s made in the us goes into way more detail

  2. I admire the craftsmanship that goes into watches from companies like Blancpain or JLC and the like. That said, I don't think I'd want to own one. Firstly, I don't really care for the idea of having to take out a mortgage on my house to buy a watch, and second, my $100 Elgin tells the time just fine. Although I would like to upgrade to something like a Grand Seiko at some point.

  3. BP is one of the BEST watch brands in the world.. they make ultra fine and exquisite time-pieces.
    that Tourbillon is breathtaking. great video thanks for sharing.

  4. If they ask you what time is it tell them it's time to buy watch ,, ohhh,,,,watch me ohh,,,watch me .. joke joke joke ,,,, I can buy house 4 150thousand dollars already . I can't have watch like that yet. That's good investments tho .I have Alsta need to fix the glass it's old but it works . Aoutomatic Watch is good for life time . Like I said life time . The factory and owner past away already but the machine still working . It going to be alive again . Lots of copy cat machine . I like old machine . I like to know any thing about there history. And preserve it.

  5. 'To make this watch, first we start with a watch, then just assemble it'

    How it's assembled. Oh well never mind lol.

  6. A person would have to have some serious time keeping issues to purchase a watch for 150 grand… For a hundred and fifty thousand dollars? Really?

  7. Really expensive, but when Hamilton was still in business Swiss was what you bought if you couldn't afford one of those. (And no, the current Hamilton has about as much to do with the original company as Abercrombie and Fitch has with safari outfitting.)

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