Some things best left on computerized? Swiss Watch Factory offers better precision and reliability than a circuit board! Aside from smart watches, which haven't caught on with the general public as much as Apple wishes, we seem to live in a world where the concept of a wristwatch of any type is obsolete. Most of us just look at our phones, or the various digital displays all around us at any time when we want to know what time it is. It doesn't seem like a dedicated device on our wrist is necessary, and in many daily walks of life, that's probably true.
However, busy business professionals and people in certain industries need to watch the time constantly, and pulling out a phone to look at the time, or searching for a display for similar purposes could waste valuable seconds upon which they may need to act.
In these cases, a dedicated chronometer on one's wrist is actually pretty important. Have to catch the flight, have to make that meeting, have to react at these times in critical industries. Well, you could buy a cheap digital watch, and if you are in a harsh environment, that's probably a good idea actually, because if you're going to be guaranteed to damage your timepiece over time, you don't want to waste Watches Factory precision, it doesn't come cheap.
However, digital watches aren't as reliable as you might think. Using quartz oscillation and a microchip, there is actually an extra step versus quartz-timed precision movement in a mechanical watch, and it is an extra step that can go wrong. Transistors can fail, and electrical circuits are susceptible to humidity, static electricity, radio interference and a lot more. They also eat batteries rather quickly, gobbling up electrons to move transistors and switches around.
Conversely, a timepiece from a Luxury Watches Manufacturer rely solely on Newtonian physics, interlocking gears and quartz timing, something that will work in the vacuum of space, or at the bottom of the ocean. Static shocks won't face it, only blunt force trauma sufficient to break the watch, rust or extreme temperatures that would actually be lethal to you could possibly stop the watch from working.
These also make a statement about you as a business professional. The beauty, craftsmanship and financial indication of a piece made by a luxury watches manufacturer shows how professional you are, indicates your tastes and accessories, and reveals your dedication to timeliness and punctuality in all things.
Yes, the average Joe probably doesn't need a fancy watch, but professionals that are always on the go, working in critical, time-sensitive industries, or those always having that next appointment to make? Yes, a traditional, high-end timepiece for my watches manufacturer is an absolute must.
If you are concerned about it taking longer to read a traditional watch face versus a digital one, most modern mechanical watches actually offer an mechanical version of a digital readout along with the traditional watch face. This has been possible since the 1800s, but wasn't considered professional nor attractive until a post-digital world came around, and everyone accepted that reading time this way is just more efficient and to be honest, less silly overall.