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Montandon & Co.

Seven Seas chronometers hand crafted in the Joux Valley for today’s mariners


Daniel Montandon combined his personal passion for yachting and fine watchmaking with a rich family history in the world of watchmaking to launch the Montandon & Co. watch brand that will focus on producing contemporary wristwatches based on the principles and aesthetics of 21st century marine chronometer.
The brand’s timepieces are manufactured entirely in the very heartland of the Swiss watchmaking industry, in the Joux Valley, where specialized craftsmen manufacture, decorate and assemble the components for the movements. With a case almost as complicated as the movement inside it, everything about a Montandon & Co. wristwatch is geared towards combining refinement and functionality with a robustness to withstand the elements, whether on land or at sea.

Daniel Montandon is born into a family of watchmakers.
Daniel Montandon puts his name to a number of prestigious projects as a naval architect.
He becomes a watch distributor and opens up eastern European markets for some 15 different brands.
The Montandon & Co. name is registered.
The Windward collection is launched.

Montandon & Co. focuses not just on the in-house design, production and assembly of its movements but also on the complex cases of its watches, paying great attention to details and to the comfort and usability in all conditions. Use of the most precious materials is part and parcel of the brand’s approach, meaning that precious metals are used wherever possible and meticulous decoration and finishing is applied to the individual components.



The ultimate marine chronometer for the 21st century, the Windward has been designed to be equally at home on land or at sea and boasts design traits reminiscent of superyachts.

Naval Systems

This sporty and technical collection is destined for the true sailor to wear at sea and is designed to withstand the toughest conditions.