Extreme Watch Testing

Think about the product testing of wristwatches. What do you imagine? Tedious tests by carefully calibrated machines under meticulously controlled conditions, right? What about wrestling with crocodiles or tracking Komodo dragons? Such activities are part of the regimen that National Geographic watches are put through by field specialists, explorers, photographers, researchers, and filmmakers of the National Geographic Society, the famous 119-year-old nonprofit educational and scientific institution. To ensure that the timepieces—made and distributed by EganaGoldpfeil—will fit consumers' active lifestyles, they must meet specific technical needs of professionals who travel around the world on behalf of the society. These scientists and explorers undertake expeditions to increase knowledge in geography and natural science and promote conservation of the globe's cultural, historica

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