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😀 Engrave your Beijing watches with a mix of names, initials, and numbers. All for free. And only at Beijing official online store.

😀 Leave a note in order comments or contact customer service to customize engraved text for your order.

😀 Due to customization, orders with engraving or personalization are not eligible for return.

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Your Story on Your Wrist

A watch engraving captures your personal story and unique memories. More than an accessory, it becomes a timepiece made your own. Engrave special dates from your life's journey - anniversaries, birthdays, weddings. Mark milestones like a new career, home, or graduation. Add initials of loved ones you hold dear. Engrave symbols with deep meaning - a heart for romance, a compass for adventure, an infinity sign for eternal love. Express your personality by engraving a favorite phrase. With endless engraving possibilities, the choice is yours. Engrave words and marks that tell your story. When you glance at your watch, relive the special moments that defined your journey. Your story, etched on your wrist.

Established in 1958: Beijing Watch

In homage to the pioneering spirit originating from 1958 and continuously propelling the brand forward, Beijing Watch revitalizes its iconic piece "Model One" with a refreshed design. At the 6 o'clock position, a three-dimensional pentagram adorned in striking "Beijing Red" symbolizes the pioneering spirit's ongoing advancement. The year 1958 holds special significance, marking both the establishment of the Beijing Watch brand and the birth of the Model One timepiece. Positioned beneath the red five-star emblem at 6 o'clock, it carries dual commemorative significance.

Engraved on the case back is the phrase "Born Extraordinary," embodying the brand's spirit. "Born Extraordinary" has been the brand's inherent confidence and pride since its inception, symbolizing the continued pioneering spirit to forge the future and convey a message of continuous improvement, unleashing the brand's boundless potential.

Chinese Swallow Tourbillon

The tourbillon has always represented the pinnacle of horological technology, and the "Chinese Mainland Tourbillon" born in 1996 is precisely the Chinese Spirit Swallow Tourbillon crafted by Master Xu Yaonan of Beijing Watch. It ushered in the era of tourbillons in mainland China, making China the second country, after Switzerland, to possess tourbillon technology.

On June 19, 2012, the inaugural China Watchmaking Masters Awards Ceremony was held at the Great Hall of the People. The China Watch Association selected the first twelve Chinese watchmaking masters, among whom three master watchmakers from the Beijing Watch Factory, Xu Yaonan, Shi Wenli, and Su Wenbin, were honored

Nominated In GPHG Tourbillon Category

Check out these first images of the Beijing Watch Factory 'State of Mind’, being considered in the Tourbillon and Escapement category of the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève. There is stiff competition in the category with the likes of Arnold & Son, Zenith, and Ulysse Nardin, to name a few. In terms of striking color use and design, I've never seen anything quite so bold from the Beijing brand.

There are a lot of insane watches in the category, no doubt, but this watch is straight-up funky. GPHG judges take many factors into consideration, but I hope they'll consider this: among all the watches in the Tourbillon and Escapement category, this Beijing entry is by far the most affordable. Priced at 3'520 CHF or around $3,650 USD, ‘State of Mind’ is nearly 5x less expensive than the next lowest competing watch.

Flying Horse of Gansu

The Beijing Watch draws inspiration from the Bronze Running Horse or the Flying Horse of Gansu or Galloping Horse Treading on a Flying Swallow of the Eastern Han Dynasty, ingeniously combining the vigorous momentum of the steed with the grace of the "Spirit Swallow" tourbillon, presenting an unstoppable momentum.

The Flying Horse of Gansu is listed as a national treasure of China and is a masterpiece of Chinese bronze art, capturing the attention and study of countless individuals. Discovered in 1974 in the pit of the Terracotta Army in Shaanxi Province, China, it is a bronze sculpture approximately 34 centimeters high and 46 centimeters long. This bronze statue depicts a galloping war horse stepping on a flying swallow, with the swallow's wings flapping upward, creating a vivid scene.

This theme represents the ancient Chinese admiration for bravery and strength. It is not only an outstanding representative of ancient Chinese art but also an important part of world cultural heritage, with significant implications for the study of ancient Chinese art, history, and culture.