- What is a collection?
A collection is a group of products that are associated with a particular style (e.g. Spring/Summer Collection; Fall/Winter Collection).
- What is Bijoux?
Bijoux is the name of the Swatch jewellery collection.
- What are Originals?
Originals refers to the original family of Swatch watches, which began with the Swatch Gent. Discover a few examples of Originals.
- What is a .beat?
The digital family from Swatch. The .beat line displays Internet Time. Discover a few examples of .beat.
- What is a Skin?
Skin is the name of one of the Swatch collections. Skin models are 3.9mm thick, the thinnest Swatch watches. Discover a few examples of Skin.
- What is Irony?
Irony models are stainless steel and aluminum wrist watches that come in a variety of designs. Discover a few examples of Irony.
- What is Digital?
Digital is the name of a collection of multi-function digital watches including the Touch and Beat watches. Discover a few examples of Digital.
- What is a Gent?
- What is a New Gent?
New Gent models are watches from a new collection launched in 2010. The diameter of the watchhead measures 41 mm. Discover few examples of New Gent.
- What is a Lady?
A Swatch watch specifically designed for women. Its case is similar to the Gent but smaller. The case size for the Lady is 25mm, while the case size for the Gent is 34mm. Discover few examples of Lady.
- What is a Diaphane?
The Diaphane Collection comprises classic and sporty watches by Swatch. These watches are characterised by the combination of aluminum and frosted plastic making up its case. Discover a few examples of Diaphane.
- What is a Fun Boarder?
The Swatch Fun Boarder combines an altimeter, Snowpass and fashion
accessory in a single timepiece. Discover a few examples of Fun Boarder.
- What is a Jelly in Jelly?
A Jelly in Jelly is slightly bigger than a Gent. The models are technically more flexible in their design of new shapes. Discover a few examples of Jelly in Jelly.
- What is a Nabab?
A robust, heavier model in the Irony Collection. Discover a few examples of Nabab.
- What is a Pop?
A splashy, stylish model in the Originals family. Discover a few examples of Pop.
- What is a Square?
A Square has a square case. Discover a few examples of Square.
- What is a Touch?
Swatch Touch watches make use of digital displays and technology, including touch screens, to offer a series of time and special functions. Discover an few examples of Touch.
- What is a Turnover?
A Turnover has a reversible watch face. Discover a few examples of Turnover.
- What is an X-Large?
An X-Large is the same shape as a Gent but is 30% larger. Discover a few examples of X-Large.
- What is a Chrono?
A Chrono is a Swatch watch with stopwatch functions. It measures hours and minutes to the precise second and has a tachometric scale. Discover a few examples of Chrono.
- What is a Loomi?
The dial changes color when pressed lightly: the day watch becomes a night watch, allowing the time to be read in the dark. Discover a few examples of Loomi.
- What is a Chrono Plastic?
Swatch Chrono Plastic models combine durable, sports-ready materials with precise quartz chrono movements. Trademark features include a rugged strap, plastic case, rotating bezel and large pushers and crown. Discover a few examples of Chrono Plastic.
- What is a Scuba? (Scuba 200)
Water resistance to 200 metres, easy readability and a rotating bezel help the user keep track of time underwater. Discover an example of Scuba 200.
- What is a Fun Scuba?
Water resistance to 200meters, a big, fun sports watch. Discover a few examples of Fun Scuba.
- What is a Maxi?
A very big Swatch Gent (almost 2 meters tall) you can hang on the wall.
Length: 210 cm
Strap width: 14.5 cm
Watch head diameter: 38 cm
Watch head thickness: 8 cm
- What is an Aquachrono?
An Aquachrono is a diver’s watch with stopwatch functions. Discover a few examples of Aquachrono.
- What is an (Irony) Retrograde?
A chronograph watch with arched counter displays whose hands jump back to zero. Discover a few examples of Retrograde.
- What is a Musicall?
Owners of a Swatch Musicall hear a jingle when the alarm rings and turn it off by pressing a button. All functions are controlled by the crown. Discover a few examples of Musicall.
- What is a Puzzle Motion?
A Swatch Jelly in Jelly equipped with dials that change like a kaleidoscope, returning to the original image once every hour. Discover a few examples of Puzzle Motion.
- What is a Stop?
The Stop can be converted from an ordinary watch into a stopwatch at the push of a button. Discover a few examples of Stop.
- What is a Solar?
The Swatch Solar is a watch powered by solar energy. When power runs low the second hand jumps forward at four-second intervals, indicating that the watch must be recharged by exposure to a light source. Discover a few examples of Solar.
- What is an Irony The Chrono?
Irony The Chrono has a large-format rugged steel case, with a tachometric scale on the bezel and a date window on the dial, with a strong leather strap or solid metal bracelet. Discover a few examples of The Chrono.
- What is a Lustrous Bliss?
Lustrous Bliss is a SKIN set with 174 real diamonds, intended as an
homage to Hollywood Dream, the popular "diamond" studded Swatch from 1990. Discover a few examples of Lustrous Bliss.
- What is a Diaphane One?
Diaphane One combines plastic and aluminium in a lightweight model with a self-winding mechanical movement. Discover an example of Diaphane One.
- What is a Spidome?
Spidome watches are designed with Milanese and Parisian haute couture in mind. Discover an example of Spidome.
- What is an Irony Square Lady?
Irony Square Lady models have a robust square steel case and square or rectangular crystals protecting the dial. Discover a few examples of Irony Square Lady.
- What is a Platine Tresor Magique?
With its solid case and the crown in platinum 950, Tresor Magique is an exclusive watch with an automatic movement and a leather strap, sold in a limited and numbered edition of 12,999 pieces. Discover an example of Platine Tresor Magique.