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Catch us at our Swiss Watch Fair at Bugis Junction, Hylam Street from 30 July – 5 August! Take a first look at the novelties from your favourite brands like TAG Heuer, Longines, Tissot, Ernest Borel and Davosa.

Venue: Bugis Junction, Hylam Street
Date: 30 July – 5 August 2018
Time: 10.30am – 9.30pm

All Watches brings together your favourite Swiss watch brands to showcase their novelties, expanded collections and their most sought after timepieces. Get exclusive gifts with purchases and enjoy flexible payment at All Watches. Major cards and 0% interest instalment plans accepted. Exclusive for our Le Club member, shop tax-free and have your 7% GST absorbed by us. Now is the time to get the watch that you have always wanted!

Follow us for more updates of the event highlights. Here’s some novelties and exclusive previews you’ll get to see the roadshow.


2018 sees a new Ernest Borel family ‘Grandeur Automatic Collection’ inspired by the glory of Gothic architectures. The collection perfectly blends elegant timepieces and the spectacular architectural style, state-of-the-art watchmaking and legendary craftsmanship. Every detail of a Grandeur Automatic watch is finished with the utmost attention, creating a sharply defined and cutting-edge silhouette in a uniquely European fashion.

The new Grandeur Automatic collection will be available at the roadshow for an exclusive preview and pre-order before official launch around September 2018.


For decades, DAVOSA Ternos Ceramic Automatic model series has been known for being the divers’ classic with its resilient all stainless steel case, Swiss automatic movement ETA 2824, the tried and tested high-tech ceramic bezel inlay and a scratch-proof sapphire crystal – bearing a pressure of up to 200 meters water column.

The new variant with rose colour partial PVD plating and a diameter of 40 millimeters are perfect for ladies’ as well as gents’ wrists.


This year, Longines is celebrating its 185th anniversary, and is taking the opportunity to present its new Record collection. In the Saint-Imier company’s purest watchmaking tradition, these automatic models combine classic elegance and excellence, aspiring to become the spearheads of the brand. And there is no shortage of arguments for these exceptional timepieces, whose movement includes a single-crystal silicon balance spring with unique properties.

A first for Longines, it is certified as a “chronometer” by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC), a designation awarded to all of the pieces in the Record collection.


La Grande Classique de Longines has played a major role in forging the reputation of the winged hourglass brand, now bearing the Swiss watchmaker’s signature blue colour for dials and straps. A symbol of the classic elegance of Longines, the line, launched in 1992, has welcomed a number of new variations over the years. With this new version in blue, La Grande Classique de Longines preserves its timeless refinement and style as it adapts to modern tastes.


To honour the 50th anniversary of Gulf’s first victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, TAG Heuer, a partner of Gulf, launches the TAG Heuer Formula 1 Gulf Special Edition bearing the legendary orange and blue of Gulf. Entirely in steel and measuring 43 mm in diameter, this quartz chronograph features a notched steel bezel and an aluminium ring with a tachymeter scale. On the dial, one blue stripe and one orange stripe recall the model’s origins. The case-back is engraved with the Gulf logo. The movement is accurate to a tenth of a second – an indispensable feature in a motor racing watch – displayed on the small counter at 6 o’clock, with the minute counter at 9 o’clock and the current seconds counter at 3 o’clock. This model features a finely-crafted blue leather strap with orange stitching for a sporty, stylish look.


Red and black are the colours that MotoGPTM and Tissot have in common. They are therefore a fitting theme for the Tissot T-Race MotoGP Automatic Limited Edition 2018 watch, which is the fruit of their partnership. The red, as well as reflecting passion, represents dynamism and determination, while black is a sign of strength and prestige – an obvious choice to represent the two brand names and the sport of MotoGP itself. What makes the Tissot T-Race special is that every detail represents a different part of the bike.

This limited edition of 3’333 pieces comes in an exclusive helmet box. It’s time to pay attention to details.


Seamlessly marrying style and performance, the Tissot Seastar 1000 Gent Automatic is an elegant watch for watersport lovers. Its sporty look is subtle enough to make this the ultimate choice for both day and night, with superb accuracy assured thanks to the Powermatic 80 movement which offers 80 hours of power reserve. In the water, the performance doesn’t falter – reassuringly robust, it can handle pressure up to 30 bar (1000ft), a feat reflected in the name of the watch itself.

The Tissot Seastar 1000 Professional has all the features you may need to discover another world.