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CIGA Design Watches South Africa– Award Winning Wristwatches

With an array of fashionable watch accessories that have an emphasis on the mechanics of the design, the wristwatches manufactured by CIGA Design are not only beloved by their growing, dedicated customer base, but they are also taking home awards.

In a fiercely competitive watch world, CIGA has perfected the recipe of watchmaking success. Their designs are not only made to be appealing to those who buy them, but the way in which the watches have been made has cemented the company’s place in the industry as a luxury watch brand.

At Topwatch we have a wide variety of Ciga Design watches for sale at the best prices in South Africa.

CIGA Designs’ primary aim is to create watches that meet the standards of its clients. They manufacture watches that people actually want to wear and that they will enjoy having, while they also focus on making sure that the watches they make are affordable.

In the luxury watch world, watches are made to be long lasting and invaluable, by combining the right kind of high quality materials with a design process that gives the watches their long lifespan.

The History of CIGA Designs

CIGA Designs was founded by Zhang Jianming. With his 30 years of industrial design experience and his place in the top 10 list of the best industrial designers in China, Jianming continues to hold his place as the CEO.

The company is different from other luxury watch making brands in that it was only founded in November of 2012 and in October 2013 their first wristwatch was launched. Following the introduction of the first CIGA watch, the company won the 2014 Red Dot Design Award, the first of many awards CIGA would earn for their designs in the years following their first watch.

By 2019, CIGA had started its march towards earning a global status and it had also collaborated with other designers, bringing something new to their growing collections.

CIGA also created a number of partnerships, the first of which being with Seagull. In this partnership, CIGA worked closely with Seagull to create custom watch movements that are specially made to work in the CIGA watch.

As for their collaborations, the company has worked with Michael Young, an immensely experienced designer who works across a wide variety of industries. A few of his designs have featured in French, German, and English galleries and museums.

And recently the company has introduced the smartwatch to their collections. Understanding that smartwatches can never replace the traditional watch, they designed their smartwatches to fill the space that traditional watches cannot. In doing so, customers can now buy a fully functional smartwatch that suits their personality as well as their needs.

CIGA Deign Watch Collections

Because CIGA is a rather exclusive brand, and since they only manufacture so many new designs a year, they don’t have specific collections.

Currently, the most popular CIGA watches for sale include the Z-Series Titanium Automatic Mechanical Skeleton Wristwatch, the Aircraft Carrier Automatic Mechanical Skeleton Wristwatch, the R-Series Danish Rose Automatic Mechanical Wristwatch and the Titanium Edition Michael Young Series Automatic Mechanical Wristwatch.

At Topwatch we source and evaluate each watch to confirm its authenticity and its value before selling our second hand watches.

You can get second hand CIGA Design watches for sale in South Africa at competitive prices from Topwatch.


Frequently Asked Questions:

 

How much is the cheapest Chronoswiss?

The cheapest Chronoswiss watch is likely to be any of the watches that are currently being sold as preowned. These watches are always in a superb condition, so long as you buy your watch from a reputable dealer. If you are keen on buying a first-hand watch, the cheapest you will buy starts at around just under R 40 000.

How much is a genuine Chronoswiss watch?

A genuine Chronoswiss watch can go for as much as R 120 000 depending on the type that you decide to buy. Because each watch is different and because there is the option to buy second hand, it is difficult to say exactly how much your Chronoswiss watch will cost.

Are Chronoswiss worth the money?

Chronoswiss watches are most certainly worth the money. Not only are they manufactured using the very best materials and age old, refined watch making techniques, but they are also known for their longevity so long as they are kept in a good working condition.

What is the hardest Chronoswiss to get?

The hardest Chronoswiss watch to buy would be any of the watches listed in the limited ranges as well as those watches which are no longer a part of their collections, such as those moved out of the line to make way for newer designs. Some watch collectors say that the Chronoswiss Regulateur Tourbillon is one of the more rare watches you can get from this brand.

Which Chronoswiss should I buy?

The Chronoswiss watch that you choose to buy should be the watch that you want, i.e. the one that matches your watch expectations in terms of performance and style. You should also make sure that the watch you buy suits your budget.

How long will a Chronoswiss last?

A Chronoswiss watch has a long lifespan if it is kept in a good condition and given its service when need be. The battery should be the only thing that will need replacing when the time comes, and that is a cheap and easy replacement.

How do I tell if my Chronoswiss is real?

There are a few things that you can check to make sure that your watch is real:

·        Look for the obvious errors. Things like spelling mistakes, the design, or even the letter spacing is often wrong or off in some way.

·        There is no authenticity certificate. If your watch doesn’t come with a certificate, it could be a fake.

·        The price is too cheap, or too expensive. Do you research before you buy your watch to find out if you are paying too little or too much for your watch.

·        Only buy from a reputable dealer. If you buy from any random person, you might well end up with a watch that comes from someone trying to sell you a fake.

Should I buy a new or used Chronoswiss?

The choice is up to you whether you buy a new or a used Chronoswiss watch. Both options have their advantages. A new watch out of the box is great if you’d like to own a new watch, but if you are not fussy, opting for a second hand watch is fantastic and you will save money.

What is the most wanted Chronoswiss?

The most wanted Chronoswiss watch is any watch from the limited, collector’s edition. These watches are not mass produced and furthermore they are also not in great circulation which means that if you can get your hands on one, count yourself lucky.

How much is Chronoswiss service cost?

The price for a Chronoswiss service can vary depending on the type of watch you own as well as the place or person where you are taking your watch to be serviced. For good measure, bank on putting away around R 1000.

How can I tell the year of my Chronoswiss?

The easiest way to find out what year your watch was made in would be to ask the person or company you are buying your watch from for the paperwork related to the watch. If that doesn’t answer your question you could also look up your watch online to see what year it was made in.

Do Chronoswiss watches need maintenance?

Yes they absolutely do. These are luxury watches and you will want to make sure that they hold their value and last for a long time. The only way that you can do that is by making sure that your watch is regularly maintained through a service.

Do Chronoswiss watches hold their value?

Yes they do. Chronoswiss watches are a luxury watch brand and each watch has been made by skilled and experienced watch makers, and they are made using the finest of materials. When kept in a good condition, these watches will have a really long lifespan that will see the watch hold its value really well.

Do Chronoswiss watches come with a certificate of authenticity?

Yes, your Chronoswiss watch should come with a certificate of authenticity even if it is a second hand watch. Make sure that when you buy yours, no matter who you are buying it from, that you get a certificate.

 

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