Topwatch Launches a New Collection of Swiss Watches

Topwatch has recently launched a new collection of Swiss watches. The company has been selling a wide range of genuine Japanese and Swiss watches. Now they have come up with a new collection of the latter that shall impress the customers.

Hanoi, Vietnam - January 14, 2020 / / —

Topwatch has launched a new collection of genuine Swiss watches that can make any watch lover go gaga. The company has been distributing a huge collection of genuine watches crafted in Japan and Switzerland. Now they have introduced the latest collection of Swiss watches that are crafted excellently.

At a recent press meet, the CEO of the company said, “We are ruling the market of watch distribution in Vietnam for a few decades now. Our Company houses experts who are great at examining the quality and class of various watches. We sell genuine Japanese and Swiss watches, and customers have always given thumbs up to our collection. The latest launch from our company is of a premium collection of Swiss watches that are crafted magnificently. Any watch lover shall fall for these watches at first sight, and the quality of these products is of top-notch.”

The company has an experience for a good six decades and thus can be trusted for an expensive purchase. It has got highly experienced technicians who check the quality of each watch thoroughly before stocking it. All the products sold by Topwatch are 100% genuine, and there is no scope for any watch to be a fake one. There are original seals that are from the manufacturers on all the watches, which can give the certificate of their genuineness.

When the Chief Marketing Officer of the company was interviewed, he said, “Watches are an inseparable accessory, and almost everyone wears one when they leave the house. There are even many who wear them 24 hours a day and cannot do without seeing time. We have kept in mind the needs of every watch lover and launched our latest collection of Swiss watches. Many people love flaunting luxury watches, and this collection is entirely dedicated to them.”

TopWatch has got three showrooms in Vietnam, including Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. It also runs a fantastic online store where customers can choose the one they want to purchase. There are watches from all the top-most brands like Seiko, Casio, Candino, Olympia Star, Bentley, Orient, and the list continues.

The company offers a good amount of discount on the purchase of watches from its online store. One can easily purchase his favorite brand’s watch from the company’s website at a price that is much lower than the market. There are options for online payment, and thus, a customer can carry out the whole process without any hassle.

Company Profile: is a watch distributing company in Vietnam that stocks genuine Japanese and Swiss watches. The company has an experience of over 60 years and sells superior quality of watches from all the famous brands of Japan and Switzerland.

Contact details:

Contact Info:
Name: Daniel
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Organization: Topwatch
Address: 393 Kim Ma, Ngoc Khanh, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Phone: +84 94.608.4444


Release ID: 88942703

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