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Classes DELTA

Full day course

After a theoretical introduction on watchmaking, you sit at the workbench and execute the disassembly and reassembly of a movement thanks to the indications of Initium’s Master watchmaker. Then, you define the design of your mechanical watch by choosing among a range of high-end components.

After having lunch in the company of the Master watchmaker in an excellent restaurant, you assemble your favorite components. You fit the dial and the hands, case and clean the movement, to finish by the inspection of your watch thanks to different machines.

You bring home your Swiss made timepiece after the course.

Technical specifications of

If you choose a Delta manual course, your watch will be equipped with a Unitas 6497 movement. This caliber has been created in the fifties by the Swiss brand Unitas and is a hand-wound movement that is extremely reliable. Its legendary robustness earned the "tractor" nickname in the watchmaking industry.

Technical characteristics:
• Unitas 6497 caliber, made in Switzerland
• Hand-wound movement
• 42h power-reserve
• Cases in steel with a diameter from 42mm to 48mm
• Superior glass in sapphire
• Sealing of 3 ATM
• Bracelets in leather, caoutchouc, silicone, textile, Nato or Mesh
• Watch warranty: 2 years

Technical specifications of

If you choose a Delta automatic course, your watch will be equipped with an ETA 2892 or SW300 movement. These calibres have been added in iconic watches of Swiss watchmaking for decades. Their thinness and reliability are very popular among many brands for the conception of complex watches.

Technical characteristics:
• ETA 2892 caliber or SW300, made in Switzerland
• Automatic movement
• 38h power-reserve
• Cases in steel with a diameter from 33mm to 42mm
• Superior glass in sapphire
• Sealing of 3 ATM
• Bracelets in leather, caoutchouc, silicone, textile, Nato or Mesh
• Watch warranty: 2 years


08h00 - 08h15 :             Warm welcome in our workshops, with coffee and chocolate pastries

08h15 - 09h00 :            Theoretical explanations on historical and technical aspects of watchmaking

09h00 - 11h00 :            Disassembly and reassembly of a mechanical movement, with the support of the Master watchmaker

11h00 - 12h00 :            Choice of components of your future watch

12h00 - 14h00 :             Meal in an excellent restaurant to exchange with the Master watchmaker

14h00 - 17h30 :            Assembling and control of your Swiss made watch

17h30 - 17hxx :            Celebration of your success with an aperitive and a certificate with your name

Classes DELTA

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Gourmet lunch

After a morning learning the basics of watchmaking, a break will be taken with the other participants and the master watchmaker.

If you have chosen to follow a class in our workshop in Le Noirmont, you will enjoy a gourmet lunch at the Maison Wenger: a gastronomic table offering an original discovery of the products of the Jura region, rated 2 Michelin stars and 18/20 at the Gault & Millau.

In Geneva, you will take a well-deserved break in the famous Lipp brasserie where you can enjoy a wide choice of fine menus.

In Gebertingen, your lunch break will take place in a cosy and welcoming place in the region.

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C’était une magnifique expérience très enrichissante où on passe un très bon moment avec des passionnées d’horlogerie et où on en apprend énormément sur le fonctionnement et l’histoire de l’horlogerie.


Super expérience ! Je me suis retrouvée la seule participante, le cours ne pouvait pas être mieux. Les explications étaient claires et le matériel à disposition était magnifique. Merci pour cette découverte, ma montre est superbe !


L’équipe est très accueillante, très compétente et précise pour le montage et les explications. L’environnement est top, et le repas de midi aussi. :) Chaudement recommandé


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