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Swiss Military Watch

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Swiss Military Watch

TAWATEC SA
Industry Watch manufacturing
Founded 1993
Headquarters Biene, Switzerland
Number of locations 16,000[1]
Area served 20 countries
Products Wristwatches, pocket watches,
Services Timing systems
Employees 250
Parent TAWATEC AG.
Website www.tawatec.com

TAWATEC is a brand of TAWATEC AG Switzerland which designs and makes timepieces which are rugged and luminescent with glowing materials such as tritium.

About a hundred watch designs have been sold from the beginning of the company’s activity.

The company was started to create time pieces specifically geared towards the rigorous requirements of law enforcement, military and firefighting professionals.[1]

The company's name is an acronym for TActical WAtch TEChnology.

References

  1. ^ a b "TAWATEC official Website: History". TAWATEC. Retrieved 2009-09-18. 

External links

  • Sub-brand Tactical Watch Technology
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