Montblanc Pavilion Montblanc 2016 Geneva International Haute Horlogerie Salon

From January 18th to January 22nd, the 26th Geneva International Haute Horlogerie Salon opened at the Palexpo Exhibition Center. The watch house team went to the scene to bring the majority of watch fans as usual. Come to the latest and most comprehensive exhibition report. Let’s follow in the footsteps of the Watch House to admire Montblanc’s new pavilion in the Geneva International Haute Horlogerie.

   Montblanc’s brand new exhibition hall is magnificent, the digital screen shows the latest pocket watch creation, the movement model under the central chandelier is particularly eye-catching, highlighting the brand’s cutting-edge development strength and determination.

   One wall tells the history of Montblanc’s continuous development since its founding. It is fruitful and showcases the ingenuity of the brand’s master watchmakers behind the scenes.

   In the world of ice and snow on the screen, the long silk thread emerged from ‘Hamburg’. Montblanc paid tribute to the origin of the brand without forgetting its original intention.

   The display layout is patchwork, and visitors are immersed in the world of Montblanc timepieces under bright lights.
   The above is the cutting-edge information of the 2016 Montblanc Pavilion at the Geneva International Haute Horlogerie Salon prepared by the staff in front of the Watch House. If you want to know more details, please pay attention to the special report of the Geneva International Watchmaking Salon 2016:

Swatch Group Raises Uk Product Prices By 5% Omega, Longines And Tissot Are About To Increase Prices

It is reported that starting from March 1, 2017, the Swatch Group will increase the price of six brands of products in the UK market, increasing the price by about 5%.

   The Swatch Group said that the turmoil in the currency market is the reason behind these brands’ price adjustments. ‘We can confirm that the prices of Omega, Longines, Radar, Tissot, Hamilton and Certina will be priced from March 1. After the Brexit referendum on June 24, 2016, the exchange rate of the British pound against the Swiss franc fell by 15%. The products of the Swatch Group are all made in Switzerland. The first price increase in the UK market. ‘
   The Swatch Group headquarters emphasized that the price increase is determined by the brand itself, not the collective decision of the parent company. ‘This is not a decision of the Swatch Group, but the independent choice of its brands. If there are other brands that decide to increase prices, we We will communicate well in advance. ‘After the Brexit referendum and the value of the British pound fell, most luxury watch brands such as Rolex, Breitling, and Richemont Group and LVMH Group brands raised their prices last fall, some even more than once. Raise prices to try to balance differences in retail prices across markets and regions around the world.