Philip Parker Watches manufacture Premium Watches moved by Swiss Made Mechanism of beautiful, simple, clean Scandinavian design, inspired by nature and the northern climate. Stockholm, the Capital of Sweden, was the place where functionalism blossomed since 1930s. The production of our Watch Mechanism is located in Switzerland and the sales office is based in Stockholm, Sweden. Our Company collaborates with Philip Parker – Watch Making Expert and Watch Collector from Geneva, Switzerland, who is also our leading expert when it comes Watch Making. The concept of Scandinavian design is characterized today by quality, simplicity, minimalism and functionality, accessible and available. The Scandinavian design is effective without needing heavy elements: only what is needed is used. The core theme behind all objects of Scandinavian design is that beautiful and functional objects should be affordable.
A watch movement (also known as a “calibre”) is the engine of a watch that acts as the powerhouse to make the watch and its functions work. Driving all of the timekeeping functions, the movement is the essential component in a watch and keeping accurate time; a watch would not function without it. We at Philip Parker Watches are very passionate about Swiss precision movement. Traditionally, Swiss movement is recognized as the standard for quality and precision and used in the Watches of Premium segment. That is why all of Philip Parker Watches are moved by the extremely accurate Swiss precision mechanism.
On January the 2nd 2019 Philip Parker Watches have changed the ownership and it is the Company Parker Philip from Taiwan http://www.ppwatch.com.tw who now own the entire business (100%) of Philip Parker Watches as well as the website https://www.parkerwatches.com/
Previous owner of www.parkerwatches.com located in Stockholm, has nothing to do with business of www.parkerwatches.com from January 2nd 2019. Any questions or queries can be sent to same e-mail addresses ([email protected] [email protected]) and will be handled by staff in Taiwan.