With Christmas around the corner, we all must have thought of exclusive gift ideas for our loved ones. Although the market is full of new items and gifts, but there are few things that are never out of fashion and one such thing is a luxury watch. Philip Stein watch set, launched exclusively at Harrods, is one such luxury watch that makes a perfect gift this season.
The brand was launched in 2002 and since then has become one of the favorite of rich and famous such as Madonna, Victoria Beckham and many more. The famous TV personality Opera Winery happens to be the brand ambassador of the watch company. The Philip Stein also exclusively designed Limited Edition 25th Anniversary Oprah Watch by Philip Stein” to commemorates Oprah’s 25th anniversary on TV. The watch has been featured thrice in Oprah’s Favorite Things segment.
The company uses Frequency Technology in the making of these luxury watches and is the first ever watch company to do so. This technology helps the wearer to concentrate more hence improves wellbeing. Each watch made by the company has dual time zones as well as the wide variety of interchangeable watch straps.
After selling its luxury watches through number of independent retailers such as Hessmans, Judith Hart jewelers and Hessmans now Philip Stein watches are all set to be sold at a high-end luxury store Harrod, UK. The watch room will have Philip Stein classic oval-shaped, figure of eight Prestige collection that features two time zones. The watches are made in Titanium and are adorned in diamonds.
Will Stein the co-founder of the brand said
We had a background in watches and had the Philip Stein brand and then we were approached with this technology and put it into the watches. We didn’t go searching for it, we were offered it.
According to the brand, the technology used in the watch improves the wearer’s wellbeing. The company has also created wrist bands that provide good sleep. The Philip Stein has also produced wine wands The Wine Wand has been designed to accelerate the aerating process of wine by replicating the natural frequencies of air and oxygen, and infusing them into the wine.