Swiss Watch Brands Ready For Father’s Day at Swiss Largest Online Store

Some of the best Swiss watch brands will be available at Swiss largest online store, Swiss Made Direct, for the upcoming Father's Day. All of those brands will be on 30% discount.

Luzern, Switzerland - May 19, 2019 /PressCable/ —

In most countries, Father’s Day is coming very soon, on June 16th, and many people want to please their parent with a valuable present. And that is the main reason why the most significant Swiss online web store, Swiss Made Direct, has launched a massive 30% discount on original Swiss watches for the upcoming Father’s Day. Mondaine, Hanowa, Victorinox, and other watch series are the ones which online shoppers are continually searching for. Therefore, now is the perfect time to grab the opportunity when the prices are much lower than usual.

Swiss watch brands have the highest reputation throughout the world and will guarantee the long-term quality. Also, they follow all significant technological trends which are implemented on these watch series. They can track daily activities or display various notifications. Online customers are aware of these specifications and improvements, and that’s the main reason why the demand for those Swiss watches is so high. Therefore, the Father’s Day was chosen by Swiss Made Direct to give shoppers a chance to pick up those high-quality watches for an extra low price.

Speaking about this deal, the CEO of this company said: “We are aware of the fact that Swiss watches are prestigious Father’s Day gifts. Also, we know that the usual price might be a problem for some of our customers. The technology is rapidly growing in this industry, and most Swiss watch brands are following every trend, which improves the watch preferences. Therefore, the demand is big, but also the price has to be higher because of the high quality. However, together with our marketing team, we decided to make a special offer for this Father’s Day, which will make these exclusive products more affordable. The Father’s Day is the perfect opportunity for such a valuable gift, and we wanted to help our customers with the lower prices on these Swiss watches.”

Follow the brand on social media: @SwissMadeDirect Twitter or the @Swissmade.direct Facebook page.

Contact Info:
Name: Milos Paskas
Email: Send Email
Organization: Swiss Made Trading
Address: 1 Littauerboden, Luzern, Luzern 6014, Switzerland
Website: https://swissmade.direct/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 514358

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