Time Kulture exhibition is extended to Oct 25

  • Nation
  • Friday, 16 Oct 2020

Time Kulture exhibition is now extended to Oct 25 at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

PRESENTED by Swiss Watch Gallery, the Time Kulture exhibition, which offers watch lovers a glimpse into the elaborate world of watchmaking, has been extended to Oct 25.

The sixth edition exhibition, which was supposed to end on Oct 18 at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, has been extended to allow visitors have more time to immerse themselves in the experience.

This biennial affair is a tribute to the new school of watch-making, providing an array of prestigious watch brands and access to fine timepieces.

Featured are Bell & Ross, Frederique Constant, Graham, Longines, Maurice Lacroix, Oris, Tag Heuer, Tissot and Tudor.

Time Kulture began in 2013 as a platform to debut novelties from the prestigious Baselworld watch and jewellery fair in Switzerland. It has since become the watch showcase in Malaysia for aficionados to come and enrich their collection and those looking to buy their first luxury watch.

In the last 19 years, Swiss Watch Gallery has grown to be a trusted source of fine watches in Malaysia.

Proudly Malaysian owned, Swiss Watch Gallery is committed to grow and stimulate the market with newness and excitement, hence it is the first among Malaysian luxury and lifestyle watch retailers to put its foot forward this year and reach out to customers with an exhibition of this scale.

With the conditional movement control order (MCO) in place, the company has pledged to adhere to all government standard operating procedures (SOPs). It also states that necessary added measures are taken to ensure shoppers’ safety and protection.

The aim is to boost retail confidence in these challenging times.

Time Kulture has taken over the sprawling concourse of the mall within the heart of KL. The setting is inspired by the digital era, taking a cue from the futuristic elements and digitised graphics.

Booths are modular in design with clean lines, finished with steel and neon light, allowing each brand to inject its personality into the finished display.

Event highlights include a special preview of the much-awaited Frederique Constant World Timer.

Visitors can also greet the Oris Bear, one of four that represent the worlds of Oris watches – Culture, Aviation, Diving and Motorsport.

They can also discover The Dragon, Graham’s Limited Edition Chronofighter Vintage, of which only 100 pieces were made available worldwide.

Shoppers will enjoy shopping privileges and brand activities designed specially for Revolution by Time Kulture, including exclusive gifts, with purchase including custom-designed wireless earbuds and Tumi travel luggage, and special discounts.

Revolution by Time Kulture is presented by Swiss Watch Gallery in partnership with BMW Malaysia, Affin Bank and Big Loyalty.

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