Monday, May 25, 2015

Dexel SA, the specialist manufacture of Swiss watch components, celebrates its 30th anniversary

Headquartered in Bienne, Switzerland, Dexel SA has written history in the development and production of special watch components. Within the industry, the company is recognized as a competence center for customized products that live up to the Swiss-Made promise. Among other creations, it owes its reputation to a portfolio of ingenious clasps and buckles, of which ten have been patented.

In the watch industry, Bienne-based Dexel SA is acclaimed on a global scale for the development and manufacture of sophisticated high-precision components. For 30 years now, Dexel SA has been serving established watch brands as a creator of cases, clasps, buckles, bracelets and dials, which it engineers from the idea to the product. As a developer and manufacturer of deployant clasps and buckles, Dexel SA also contributed significantly to the advent of ceramic bracelets.
To a great extent, Dexel SA is a market leader today because of the spirit of innovation upheld by Elio Granito, the company’s founder and owner. He is convinced that nothing is so good that it couldn’t be improved. Accordingly, Dexel products are characterized by perfection, user convenience, and design panache. For instance, the highly advanced Scuba Diver Buckle stands out with an adjustable-length feature and a fold-out extension that allows the watch to be worn over the sleeve of a wetsuit. 
The company processes materials such as titanium, carbon, ceramics, tungsten carbide, stainless steel, and precious metals in various combinations. And it always adds the unmistakable Dexel touch that makes its proprietary bracelet and clasp solutions so extraordinary.

In the domain of customization, Dexel SA possesses many years of experience in a broad range of technologies, paired with the know-how needed to master a diverse array of materials in the development of elaborate designs and the implementation of complex concepts.

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