Watches are pretty much the first high-tech gadgets in history. Today, where you could just use dirt cheap electronics to tell the time, a lot of people are still fascinated by mechanical master-pieces. The Baselworld 2010 in Switzerland is the place to be for watchfans today.
1,915 exhibitors will show their, mostly luxury, watches at a 160,000m2 trade-show area. Baselworld expects to see 100,000 buyers over the next days at the the world watch and jewellery show BASELWORLD 2010.
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