Seiko revived an old partnership Willich, February 6, 2013. The Japanese watchmaker Seiko participates from 22 to 25 February 2013 at the inhorgenta Munich. The internationally renowned watch and jewelry fair is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year and offers 65,000 m exhibition space the newest trends of the manufacturer. Frank Deckert, Managing Director Seiko Germany, explained the decision: in recent years the project management of inhorgenta has made every effort, for exhibitors and trade visitors even more interesting to make the largest watch and jewelry fair of in Germany. This and the successful development of Seiko in recent years is for us occasion to revitalize an old partnership.
In addition to the established brands Seiko and pulsar, we will be presenting also the leading Italian stainless steel jewelry brand Breil. The exhibition of the complete Seiko clocks range should be of particular interest. In addition the inhorgenta provides an ideal setting, to attract customers from the growing market in Eastern Europe.” In addition to Seiko presents many attractive innovations as a special highlight the Seiko ASTRON collection. The end of 2012 introduced Seiko ASTRON is the first worldwide operating radio-controlled wristwatch with GPS time zone detection for all 39 timezones of the Earth. No matter where you are on Earth, you always have the right time. In the lower middle price range, the watch brand pulsar with many sports, classic, but also fashionable elegant news awaits visitors.
In addition to wrist watches, Seiko is the complete collection of large watches. Of wall clocks, table clocks up to alarm clocks, Seiko offers a wide range of diverse designs and technologies. By the same author: Viatris Inc. The Italian jewelry brand acquired in November 2012 from Seiko Breil finds himself also stand on the Seiko. Breil stainless steel jewelry offers a spirited lines, changeable details and allows for versatile carrying options. Visit us on the Seiko booth 302, corridor C in Hall A1. We are looking forward to you.