Monday, January 17, 2011


It has been slightly over a year since the first wrist watch was featured on this blog on 15th December 2009. What started as a window to showcase vintage and pre-owned watches, this blog has since moved on to feature new timepieces of affordable range, medium cost right to the high-enders at reasonable prices.

For the 2010, new original and authentic models from the houses of Panerai, Rolex, Vulcain, Frederick Constant, Certina, Doxa, Epos, Edox, Ingersoll, Luminox, Maurice Lacroix, Mido, Rado, Tissot, Orient, Seiko and Expedition were added to provide more colours, choices and variations to suit different tastes, styles and preferences.

Eventually the TW Steel fashionable series were brought in during the later part of 2010 and early 2011 to cater for the needs of the young and trendy professionals.

Pre-owned watches of the famous and glamorous names like Breitling, Corum, Franck Muller, Glasshutte, IWC, and Jaeger Le Coultre were featured prominently on various occasions. In fact Rolex and Omega models have been regular and permanent features.

I am very excited and extremely thrilled with the overwhelming support from buyers, potential buyers and visitors, both the loyal and new ones. All avenues are explored in search of new dimensions to make this blog an interest stop and shop for all range of visitors and potential buyers to browse through entertaining our common hobby in horology.

On that note, it is a pleasure to announce that new models from the house of Longines will make their appearance very soon. Many new models will be displayed on a regular basis from time to time.

Rest assured that prices offered for these new, authentic and original timepieces will be as competitive as always.

I humbly record my sincerest appreciation and gratitude for the tremendous support received.

Please continue to visit and frequent this blog on regular basis.

Do spend more time to peruse through the displays, enjoy the exhibits before making your selections on the timepieces you desire…and of course I look forward to more comments for mutual benefits.


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