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  1. Grand Seiko
    Hello, I'm a semi-newbie and find this forum to be highly informative. I recently bought an exquisite GS Springdrive SBGA435G Limited Edition from an independent dealer in Singapore. The seller shipped it expeditiously and communicated regularly, and the watch arrived NIB just as he described...
  2. Orient
    from my grandfather, bought sometime in 1920 - 1960.
  3. Casio G-Shock
    Store: G-FACTORY SHEUNG WAN Address: P1, CASEY BUILDING, 38 LOK KU ROAD, SHEUNG WAN, HONG KONG Date: 01/26/2019 Here are some photos I took at the store last weekend, this is the most massive G-Shock store I've been to, lots of great pieces, some models were way overpriced and some were just...
  4. Seiko
    I just ordered a SZEN002 "Night Monster" and was doing a little more research while it's being shipped. I found out that these "Night Monsters" have "Movement Malaysia, Cased in China" engraved on the back of the case. Is this something I should be concerned about? Most Monster models are made...
  5. Reviews
    This is a large (by my standards) and average (by typical contemporary standards) dress watch from the country of China. The watch is 39mm wide. The brand logo seems suspiciously reminiscent of that of an Italian fashion brand whose name starts with an "A". It comes in a choice of black, white...
  6. News from the Watch Industry
    Watchuseek visited with Adrien Choux, the managing director of The Chinese Timekeeper (CTK) boutique, nestled in the historical Stone Nullah lane, right next to the oldest building in Hong Kong and few steps away from one of the most beautiful temples in the region. Adrien, a Frenchman, has...
  7. News from the Watch Industry
    Tianjin Seagull was founded in the 1950s and has been credited with creating China's first wrist watch.  Sea-Gull manufactures a Chinese interpretation of Swiss watches at a fraction of the cost and has produced everything from simple three-hand automatics to ultimate complications like...
  8. News from the Watch Industry
    In a tremendous success story, Anicorn watches started as a Kickstarter project and successfully surpassed its goal by three times.. And today, founder and creative director, Joe Kwan, and co-founder, Chris Chan are making headway with unique lifestyle retailers around the world to reach people...
  9. News from the Watch Industry
    Bold, genuine, passionate, and bespoke are some of the words that pop into mind when Watchuseek visited with the Anpassa watchmaking team. This small independent Chinese outfit is the brainchild of Gary, a professional wedding photographer who took the concept of “making a memorable moment” to...
  10. News from the Watch Industry
    Elegantsis is a Taiwanese watch company with focus on military style watches.  One of the intriguing watch they were offering this year is the JF48 D-Day watch. Watchuseek met with the brand manager, Mr. Perry Khor who stated that they have been in business for 25 years and are trying to...
  11. News from the Watch Industry
    Hong Kong Watch Fair has a fairly large presence of clock manufacturers as well.  One of the clockmakers came across has a unique manufacturer of mechanical radio-controlled watches. Watchuseek met with Torin Fung, CEO of Torinnov.  He explained that company owns a U.S. patent for a Full...
  12. News from the Watch Industry
    Founded in 1984, Coinwatch has been producing symbolic timepieces by merging coins with special designs, historical and commemorative values as dials with practical time-telling functions to remind their wearers of that particular moment. Staying true to its innovative spirit and not to be...
  13. News from the Watch Industry
    Longio watch stated that its mission is to manufacture high end quality wristwatches and to remodel the Chinese high-end timepiece image, so as to create a successful international designer brand.  They most certainly succeeded with the Mi Time Art watch series. Mi Changhong, Longio founder...
  14. News from the Watch Industry
    The 34th HKTDC Hong Kong Watch Fair opened this morning with a large gathering of multi-cultural watch buyers and sellers.  Over 780 exhibitors from 23 countries are participating this year. The opening ceremony speech was given by Mr. Philip YUNG Wai-Hung, JP, Permanent Secretary for...
  15. Hong Kong Watch Fair 2015
  16. Hong Kong Watch Fair 2015
    In September 2015 Hong Kong is hosting the first edition of SIWP exhibition to promote independent watchmaking brands based in Switzerland in order to present “a different face of watchmaking” from the one displayed by the industry’s giants. During this prestigious event, 8 independent luxury...
  17. Hong Kong Watch Fair 2015
    8 June 2015 – The HKTDC Hong Kong Watch & Clock Fair, the world’s largest event of its kind is poised once again to unite global industry players of the watch and clock industry under one roof to showcase their most spectacular timepieces. The 34th edition will run from 8-12 September at the...
  18. Chinese Mechanical watches
    This year has been interesting in terms of watch trade fairs. First, days before SIHH, the Swiss Franc became a free floating currency and caused chaos in the watch industry. Both small and big players predicted impending doom. As for watches, there were only subtle changes in the watch...
  19. Public Forum
    This year has been interesting in terms of watch trade fairs. First, days before SIHH, the Swiss Franc became a free floating currency and caused chaos in the watch industry. Both small and big players predicted impending doom. As for watches, there were only subtle changes in the watch...
  20. Hong Kong Watch Fair 2015
    This year has been interesting in terms of watch trade fairs. First, days before SIHH, the Swiss Franc became a free floating currency and caused chaos in the watch industry. Both small and big players predicted impending doom. As for watches, there were only subtle changes in the watch...
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