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  • George Daniels (watchmaker)

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    George Daniels, CBE, DSc, FBHI, FSA, AHCI (19 August 1926 – 21 October 2011) was a British horologist who was considered to be the best in the world during his lifetime. He was one of the few modern watchmakers who built complete watches by hand (including the case and dial). But it was his creation of the coaxial escapement for which he is most remembered. The movement, which removed the need to add a lubricant, has been used by Omega in their highest-grade watches since 1999. An 18K yellow-gold chronograph pocket watch made by George Daniels, the Space Traveller's Watch, ranks as one of the most expensive watches ever sold at auction, reaching a final price of 4.325 million US dollars (3,196,250 GBP) in London on November 19, 2017.

  • Daniel Wellington

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    A classic model of Daniel WellingtonDaniel Wellington (stylised with a reverse capital D) is a Swedish watch company, founded in 2011 by Filip Tysander. Headquartered in central Stockholm in Sweden, the company has different networks in over 25 countries. The watches are manufactured in China, designed in Sweden and use a quartz movement made by Miyota, a Japanese company. The company has gained success through its digital strategy in social networks like Instagram. In February 2017, Daniel Wellington was named the fastest growing company in Europe. The company made $230 million in revenue and $111.5 million in profit in 2016. The Swedish company has reported a three year growth of 4.695%. Criticism has been targeted at the brand's perceived lack of novelty and value.

  • Daniel Wellington

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    A classic model of Daniel WellingtonDaniel Wellington (stylised with a reverse capital D) is a Swedish watch company, founded in 2011 by Filip Tysander. Headquartered in central Stockholm in Sweden, the company has different networks in over 25 countries. The watches are manufactured in China, designed in Sweden and use a quartz movement made by Miyota, a Japanese company. The company has gained success through its digital strategy in social networks like Instagram. In February 2017, Daniel Wellington was named the fastest growing company in Europe. The company made $230 million in revenue and $111.5 million in profit in 2016. The Swedish company has reported a three year growth of 4.695%. Criticism has been targeted at the brand's perceived lack of novelty and value.

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