Contact Us

  • Rubis Switzerland
  • 310-924-9811
  • RUBIS TWEEZERS US/CANADA ONLINE DISTRIBUTOR PO BOX 20100 LONG BEACH, CA 90801

About us

Rubis has been making precision tweezers for over 70 years. In the beginning, the tweezers were used exclusively in the Swiss watch industry. Only extremely precise and high-quality tweezers could be used to assemble the sensitive mechanical movements of well-known manufacturers such as Patek Philippe, Cartier or Rolex. This gave rise to an independent handicraft tradition at Rubis, which was characterized by a pronounced sense of precision and the beauty of the shape that the Swiss watchmakers have always practiced.

Rubis soon became the market leader. Tweezers were not only made for the watch industry, but also for other demanding applications in electronics and microelectronics, robotics, telecommunications, space travel, research, biogenetics, pharmaceuticals, laboratories, surgery, microscopy, chemistry, medicine, biology and microbiology. Global companies such as Motorola, General Electric, Siemens, Toshiba, Hewlett Packard and renowned research institutions such as the Fraunhofer Institute and the University of Zurich have been working with Rubis tweezers for years.

MANUFACTURING

All our products are made by hand according to all rules of traditional craftsmanship from the best steel. Rubis tweezers are checked and checked again and again so that no product that leaves the factory fails to meet the highest demands. It is the desire for perfection that can be felt in each of our products. As in a well-tempered greenhouse, we try to create a climate in which employees can do their best and be creative so that high-quality products can be created. The people who work with us have the knowledge and experience to achieve excellence in their field. Wherever possible, they are quick and efficient. But wherever the greatest care is required, they take the time it takes - for example, when finishing the tip by hand. In our passion for quality, we preserve Swiss craftsmanship and at the same time try to combine it with modern technology.

Our craftsmen carry the most important tools with them day and night: their left and right hands.