Qatar Duty Free (QDF)’s luxury watch fair will showcase more than 600 internationally acclaimed timepieces at Doha’s Hamad International Airport (HIA) throughout May and June.
The fair offers the “very best in reliable timepieces for watch enthusiasts and global travellers who always want to be on time,” QDF said in a statement.
Omega, Longines and Tissot watches will join the extensive range of brands available to buy from QDF and sit alongside some of the world’s leading luxury watches from IWC Schaffhausen, Rado, Baume & Mercier, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Hublot and TAGHeuer.
“QDF has chosen the latest creations and exquisite collections from nine legendary Swiss watchmakers that will inspire all watch enthusiasts. From classic and elegant traditional styling to master complications and specialist diver watches, bold luxury fashion designs to retro favourites, passengers travelling through HIA will be able to choose from an exclusive array of watches to find a favourite that reflects their personal style,” the statement said.
Passengers will receive expert buying advice from QDF staff available at the watch boutique, which is located behind the Lamp Bear at HIA’s departure hall.
QDF senior vice-president Luis Gasset said: “Qatar Duty Free is a world-leading retailer; as such, we are able to offer our customers the most sought-after brands. The watch fair showcases the art of watch-making by bringing together some of the finest and most-desired timepieces currently available on the global market for passengers travelling through Doha. The wide range of premium Swiss-made watches on display represents the ultimate in style and quality, and epitomises the product excellence that can be discovered throughout Qatar Duty Free.”
In addition to the watch fair, passengers can find more than 70 shops and boutiques and 30 cafés and restaurants.
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
WCM-Q research highlights sedentary lifestyles in Mena
Green area fenced off
Art lovers in for a treat as museums prepare to reopen
Family bonds critical to protect society from drugs, says minister
Qatar observes International Day Against Drug Abuse
Many countries failed to support learners during Covid-19: report
Municipalities take action over violations by food establishments
Katara hosts virtual exhibitions
PHCC continues medicine delivery through Qatar Post