WYLER

The history of Wyler is indistinguishably linked up with that of the Binda concern, nowadays known as the Milan-based Binda Group, one of the enormous players in the watchmaking industry. The starting point of the Wyler watch company is at times specified as 1896, however, that is just the year that Paul Wyler was born therefore not the company’s commencement date. Actually, the Binda company, repeatedly allied with Wyler’s name, arose into actuality much earlier than the Wyler Watch. Probably in 1906, when Innocente Binda launched a small timepiece shop in Besozzo, on Lake Maggiore. By the time the Wyler Watch

The company was started by brothers Paul and Alfred Wyler. Innocente Binda was by this time strengthening his rapport with Swiss providers and starting to enlarge his business retailing components and activities in Italy. Binda shortly transferred to Milan, and fashioned a working association with the Wyler brothers an affiliation that was to remain up to the present day. Paul Wyler was born on 15 June 1896. The brothers were both born in Basel in Switzerland, and even though they both participated in the Wyler business, it is Paul who has found prominence, chiefly on the basis that it was he who was accountable for the finest and imperative Wyler watch inventions.

The Wyler watch company was officially registered in Basel, on 28 March 1924, and it was to continue in Switzerland for the entirety of its lifespan, with Wyler SA in the future having its industrial unit situated at Biel. The philosophy driving Wyler Watch was, seemingly right from the onset, to produce pioneering watches that were robust, dependable, and affordable by most watch lovers and within a few years of formation of the company, Paul Wyler took part in his first major invention – Incaflex. Incaflex was a shock-protection scheme, launched in 1927 as an amalgamation within the company's initial 16 and 19 precision actions.

The Wyler Incaflex balance wheel is secured along its breadth by a couple of arched, elastic arms, which resist any jolts to the balance wheel. The watch industry magazine Europa Star articulates that Incaflex, "involved a balance wheel made from a single piece of metal, thus making it strong, while its resistance to shocks was guaranteed by two half-spiral symmetrical arms that were reversed and that were joined at the center of the circumference of the balance."

The association between the Binda company and Wyler Watchwas now well-known by the time the Incaflexbalance system arose on to the market, and the choice in 1933to alter the Wyler company name to Wyler Vetta was made mutually. Innocente Binda was a marketing mastermind well in advance of his time, and lacking his commercial flair, Wyler watches would on no occasion have become so popular and well-known. In 1934, Italy's WorldCup football team were provided with Wyler Incaflex watches as a portion of their approved apparel.

Models

The Wyler 1960s "Lifeguard" chronograph dive timepiece with hand-wind Valjoux 23 movement plus a hard back with a protection "Lifeguard", Wyler Incaflex Limited Edition Chronograph. Wyler El Camino Real Chronograph and the Wyler Incaflex 1976. Wyler Vintage Dynawind HeavyDuty 660 Diver, Wyler NOS Vintage Oversize, Wyler Diver 660 “Dynawind” circa, Calatrava 1940s, Wyler Code R Chronograph, Wyler Vetta steel automatic dive chronograph from 2005 with a 42mm case and solid screw-down case back and powered by a Valjoux 7750 movement. There also is the modern steel-cased Wyler Vetta Beaux Arts automatic watch with 39mm case, day/date and Moonphase Indication.

At Baselworld 2007, the Wyler Genève Chronograph were released, and in autumn 2007 the Wyler Zagato watch was introduced in combination with the Italian Atelier Zagato. The timepiece has an 8-day manual-winding manufacture movement. The indestructible Incaflex balance wheel was one of Paul Wyler’s most momentous novelties and was amalgamated in the2007 Wyler chronograph as a connection with the brand’s legacy.

The design is as modest as it is dazzling: the balance wheel, prepared out of a sole piece of metal, had two stretchy symmetrical half-spiral arms that combined at the wheel’s axis and performed as shock absorbers. In 1962, a large crowd observed an analogous test, when the USA’s state of Washington’s Seattle Tower served as the platform from which six Wyler Incaflex timepieces were released 318 feet to the ground beneath. Once more, a notary public confirmed that the function of the watches was unaffected by their fall.

The next Wyler innovation arose in 1935, when the entity introduced Wyler Vetta automatic wristwatches to the market. The description states that, "The first (Wyler) automatic watch is born from a simple idea as it is ingenious: take advantage of the natural movements of the wrist to operate a double case back, putting pressure on a button, charging the movement." It is true that Paul Wyler did patent watchcases completed in two or three pieces and a "pressure automatism principle," and it is consequently tempting to believe that early Wyler automatic watches were technically innovative. The brand still has strong strides in the watchmaking industry, a brilliant feat that has not faltered even over time.

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