Monday, November 2, 2020

Happy faces - welcome to Seiko!

 It is official - as of today, we are now an "AD" for Seiko watches. We are excited!

Seriously? Seiko? 

Well to be honest, I would much prefer a Patek or Rolex dealership. However, there is a serious side to this.

Since Rolex left the watch scene, Omega has quickly filled the void. Masterful move, except for one, Omega created a new spot in the entry level price range - around $2,000- $3,000.

A spot that should easily be taken by Seiko; a company which aligns nicely with our own ambitions, needs and expectations.
Not to forget the obvious: Seiko already offers a great range of watches in the $500- $1500 price range.

I can not think of a better 'everyday' replacement for your Omega James Bond than a Seiko ProSpex. A mechanical watch that looks cool, a watch you can wear and scratch without feeling guilty about it. A perfect present for a fellow watch enthusiast, work mate, fellow watch collector or young boy. Or, just another watch that you should add to your collection.

Let's be honest here: a brand new Seiko which will last you for 20 years, for less than a Swiss brand leather strap?
Give me just one reason to NOT to stock Seiko please.

Let's get the ball rolling.

Three watches today:

a super cool looking Divers for $1200, entry level Seiko 5 for just $495, and a Limited edition solar 'Root Beer' in an amazing pelican box for just $995.

Yes, these are full Seiko retail prices. I have checked online websites, and yes, you can find some of them online at a lower price than ours. But buying a watch from NH is not the same as buying a watch from anyone else. 

Here is the deal: I am happy to extend the original Seiko guarantee from 3 to 5 years. I am also happy to throw in free delivery Australia-wide. And if anything ever goes wrong with your Seiko, you call me DIRECTLY and I'll solve your problem: I will fix it.

No comments: