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Watch Brand Pronunciations

Fine watches and the pronunciation of their names:

  • A Lange & Söhne  –  ah LAHN guh und ZO nuh
  • Alpina  –  al PEE nuh
  • Audemars Piguet  –  AWE duh mahr PEE gay
  • Baume & Mercier  –  BOWM and MURSE ee ay
  • Bédat  –  BAY dah
  • Blancpain  –  BLAHNK pan
  • Bovet  –  BO vay
  • Breguet  –  BREH gay
  • Breil  –   BRILE
  • Breitling  –    BRITE ling
  • Bulova   –  BULL uh vuh
  • Bulgari   –   BUL guh ree
  • Carl F. Bucherer  –  BOO kur ur
  • Cartier  –   KARR tee ay
  • Chase-Durer  –  CHASE DUR ur
  • Chopard  –   show PARD
  • Corum  –  KOR um
  • Cyma  –  SEE muh
  • Daniel Roth Roth:  –  ROTE
  • DeWitt  –  deh VITT
  • Doxa   –   DOX uh
  • Ebel  –    ee BELL
  • Franck Muller  –  FRAHNK MYOU ler
  • Frédérique Constant  –  FRED ur eek con STAHNT
  • Girard-Perregaux  –  zhee RAHRD PAIR uh go
  • Glashütte Original  –  glass HOO tuh or ig in AHL
  • Glycine  –  GLY seen
  • Greubel and Forsey  –  GROIB uhl and FORCE ee
  • Hublot  –  U blow
  • IWC Schaffhausen  –  Schaffhausen: shaff HOWZ in
  • Jaeger-LeCoultre  –   zhey ZHER leh KOOLT
  • JeanRichard  –   zhahn ree SHARD
  • Longines  –  LAWN jeen
  • Maurice Lacroix  –  Lacroix: LAH KWAH
  • Mido  –  MEE doe
  • Milus  –  mee LOOSE
  • Montblanc   –  MOHNT BLAHNK
  • Movado  –  muh VAH doe
  • Mühle Glashütte  –  MEW luh glass HOO tuh
  • Officine Panerai  –  off ih CHEE nay PAN ur eye
  • Omega  –  o MAY guh
  • Patek Philippe  –  pah TEK fill EEP
  • Perrelet  –  PAIR eh lay
  • Piaget  –  pee ah ZHAY
  • Rado   –  RAH doe
  • Roger Dubuis  –  roe ZHER do BWEE
  • Seiko  –   SAY ko
  • TAG Heuer  –   TAG HOI ur
  • Tissot  –  TEE so
  • Tutima  –  TOO tih muh
  • Ulysse Nardin  –  you LEESE nahr DAN*
  • Vacheron Constantin  –  ASH er ahn kon stan TAN*
  • Victorinox  –  vick TOR ih nox
  • Wenger  –  WEN ger
  • Wittnauer  –  WIT now ur
  • Zenith  –  ZEH nith

*(The last syllable is spoken with a short, nasal “a” with no real equivalent in English. The “n” is not pronounced fully, but cut off in the back of the mouth as soon as it begins.)

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