“More than a handful of figures in the watch industry mentioned to me a concern that is warranted: younger people do not care enough for wristwatches in general, as if the culture of wearing a watch on a wrist is being lost on them. I am glad still that World of Watches Thailand remains blessed with readers of all age groups, and that we are more ready than ever to serve up insightful content both in print and online,” says Editor-in-Chief Ruckdee Chotjinda.
WOW Thailand revels in the spirit of the outdoor season with the Summer 2019 issue.
“The Longines HydroConquest Ceramic watch sets the summer theme nicely for us on the cover. And as you turn the pages, you will enjoy the gradual revelation of colours from the bright yellow and purple of Girard-Perregaux Laureato Summer Edition to the confection varieties of Richard Mille Bonbon collection. One feature article is dedicated to the strong trend of watches with a salmon dial or a green dial.”
Other readings of interest include the surprise revelation of the Hermès Arceau L’heure de la lune watch in the Canary Islands, Seiko’s Save the Ocean CSR program in Phuket, tips on travelling with watches, and, an interview with Swatch Group CEO Nick Hayek on their revolutionary paramagnetic alloy Nivachron.
Completing this issue is the lifestyle articles on fine jewellery, luxury vehicles and more. These elements combine to make WOW a truly unique publication and an authoritative guide for watch purchases. Check out this latest issue at leading bookstores and newsstands nationwide.