THE SEAHOLM® LIBRARY

Frequency, Shock and Accuracy

We began developing our line of watches in 2013. Integral to the design process was the structural viability and durability of our watches. Standards set forth by International Organization for Standardization (ISO) with regards to anti-magnetism, water resistance and shock resistance were the starting point for our development process. Our goal was to produce automatic watches that could endure the experiences of an active, outdoor-oriented lifestyle. We found that the requirements of the ISO standards were not sufficient enough to support our goals. This paper highlights the ISO standards and the mechanical development and testing of Seaholm automatic watches compared to those standards.

We began developing our line of watches in 2013. Integral to the design process was the structural viability and durability of our watches. Standards set forth by International Organization for Standardization (ISO) with regards to anti-magnetism, water resistance and shock resistance were the starting point for our development process. Our goal was to produce automatic watches that could endure the experiences of an active, outdoor-oriented lifestyle. We found that the requirements of the ISO standards were not sufficient enough to support our goals. This paper highlights the ISO standards and the mechanical development and testing of Seaholm automatic watches compared to those standards.

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