Originally Posted by Singular
Well, some are, some are not really and some are definitely not.
They have only one full mechanical movement, the 9S. Everything else (movement-wise) they make either has a quartz component to it or is outright fully quartz.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: you can't really compare the GS to a Swiss watch. GS does things their own way, with their own designs, and movements, none of which even try to go after the Swiss watch market.
For GS to compete against the likes of Rolex or Omega, they need to totally change everything about their company and collection, including the name.Edited by imageWIS - 2/3/12 at 10:57pm