Greenwich is a historic suburb of London (United Kingdom). Greenwich is often called the "Sea Gate" of the city - it is closely connected with the maritime history of England, and in fact England is considered the cradle of navigation. The voyages with which it was famous for always demanded accuracy in determining the coordinates and time.
The GREENWICH watch logo is a stylized image of a “rose of winds”. This symbolizes the 4 sides of the world, representing a symbol of Seafarers since ancient times.. It was believed that the tattoo of the “Rose of Winds” brought its owner luck, helped not to stray from the path, reach the goal, and return home alive. Since then, the “Rose of Winds”- is a symbol of romance of travel, distant wanderings, and the desire for beauty.
The watch uses only reliable and accurate Japanese movements Miyota and TMI. Cases are made of hypoallergenic, stainless, and antimagnetic steel. The gold coating is deposited by ion sputtering, which is when gold ions in a vacuum are accelerated and “implanted” into steel. The dial of the watch is closed by shock-resistant mineral glass. The bracelet can only be made of stainless steel and the strap is made of genuine leather.