Educate yourself on luxury watches
http://www.reddit.com/r/WatchHorology/c ... and_myths/
I am so disappointed with luxury watch makers now. Even high end brands that claim to do serious modifications to the ETA 289x movements don't do them anymore. So basically brands like Bell&Ross,Breitling, IWC, Omega, Tiffany, Tag Heuer, Logines, Ulysse Nardin etc.. just basically buy off the shelf components from ETA, ask ETA to put in all the fancy options (perlage, geneva stripes etc) for them and all these brands do is plug it into their case and resell them for a huge premium.
Even super luxury brand Frank Muller uses ETA movement for some of their watches. They claim that they assemble or reassemble the movements in house, but i doubt it now once you looks at the order sheet from ETA. As ETA can do all the work for you.
All these watch companies aren't "making" watches-they are basically playing dress up.
basically most automatic mass marketed luxury watch is a derivative of the ETA2892 or ETA2824 or ETA7750 all built by Swatch
i myself own
-1996 Breitling colt automatic running the Bretling 17 caliber which is basically an ETA 2824-2 movement.
-2006 Omega Seamaster Professional caliber 1120 running ETA 2892A2 chronometre grade
maybe i'm just naive