Finally while we were in Lulu Hypermarket, we passed by Hour Choice and just looked around. He saw one that he liked, and considering the discounted price, it seemed like a good offer. But because he was hesitant, we didn’t get it.
The next day, I checked the internet for feedback of that particular timepiece. Seeing that the reviews were positive and the prices online were much higher than what the salesman quoted, I convinced Hubby that it would be a good buy. So after work, we headed to Mirdiff City Centre in the hopes that the branch there would give a lower price or better offer…just like when I bought my AK Charm Bracelet watch last year.
The salesman there offered us 2 options: buy the watch at 24% off, or pay the full price and get a voucher equivalent to 50% that can be used at any of the Rivoli Group stores. After some contemplating and deliberation, Hubby said it would be better to pay the full price and I would choose another watch to use the voucher.
And that’s how we got these 2 Tissot watches at a really great deal:
|PRS200 for Hubby and PR100 for me|
|Images of Tissot watches through the centuries/decades/years|
|Not your ordinary watch-box|
|Upon opening, you can see it has small compartments at the sides to keep the warranty and receipt|
|It looks like a stack or box of small books when seen from the back|
|Tadah! These brochures are kept in those slots|
Hubby felt a bit uncomfortable when he started wearing the watch (he said it felt heavy), but now he’s becoming used to it. It helped as well that it actually looks good on him and makes him look stylish (Ok, maybe that's just my opinion. I am his wife, after all. Hahaha!)
• Stainless steel bracelet and case
• Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass
• Water resistant
• Rotating bezel dial
According to the reviews I read, it’s a great, quality timepiece that lasts a very long time, and can withstand all sorts of everyday-wear abuse. Now that's a good investment...and a great gift.