Record is a Swiss watch brand that was founded in 1903. The company was known for producing high-precision timepieces, including service watches for various armed forces around the world, moonphase calendar watches, and chronographs. It produced its own movements, including its first automatic in 1944, but also used Venus hand-wound calibres for its chronographs. In 1961, Record was acquired by Longines, and watches were produced with the double signature “Record Longines,” using ETA calibres. Production ceased in 1991, but “new” Record watches continue to be made by the Zeno watch company of Basel, which uses old Record pocket watch movements in its Limited Edition models.
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