Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

379 Smith St

504 Doone Hse

Smith St

Durban

4000

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.860452

31.021139

16 Lincoln Trce

Lincoln Trce

Westville

3630

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.8286

30.9591

51 Business Sq

Medina Cntr

Business Sq

Chatsworth

4030

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.912263

30.897268

WATCHMAKERS' EQPT & SUPPLIES
 
Horology is the study of time keeping.  For most people, a watch is not really worn to make time immediately and conveniently available, but, indeed as a status symbol, boasting of elaborate craftsmanship, and, in the last few years, even high technology.  The watch or timepiece has evolved much since its first appearance in mechanical form in the 14th or 15th century, to its modern day electronic form. Nowadays watches can give direction when connected to GPS technology, or monitor heart rates in the medical field. Mechanical watches however are still available and continue to be made, with some very sought after and available only exclusively.
 
For whatever use one requires a watch for, a robust industry exists in South Africa for the manufacture and service of these precious time pieces.  Agents of renowned world class brand names are available locally for the provision and service of watches to suit both those seeking them as ornamental pieces encrusted in diamonds and other precious stones, to high-tech pieces to suit new age digital technology seekers.
 
Visit the Yellow Pages for listings of world class watch manufactures, suppliers and repairers. Both new and vintage pieces are available locally to suit different tastes and purposes.  This old time craft spanning over 500 years is here to stay, and, one does not have to step outside our boarders to find the best pieces to match world class standards and trends.
WATCHMAKERS' EQPT & SUPPLIES
 
Horology is the study of time keeping.  For most people, a watch is not really worn to make time immediately and conveniently available, but, indeed as a status symbol, boasting of elaborate craftsmanship, and, in the last few years, even high technology.  The watch or timepiece has evolved much since its first appearance in mechanical form in the 14th or 15th century, to its modern day electronic form. Nowadays watches can give direction when connected to GPS technology, or monitor heart rates in the medical field. Mechanical watches however are still available and continue to be made, with some very sought after and available only exclusively.
 
For whatever use one requires a watch for, a robust industry exists in South Africa for the manufacture and service of these precious time pieces.  Agents of renowned world class brand names are available locally for the provision and service of watches to suit both those seeking them as ornamental pieces encrusted in diamonds and other precious stones, to high-tech pieces to suit new age digital technology seekers.
 
Visit the Yellow Pages for listings of world class watch manufactures, suppliers and repairers. Both new and vintage pieces are available locally to suit different tastes and purposes.  This old time craft spanning over 500 years is here to stay, and, one does not have to step outside our boarders to find the best pieces to match world class standards and trends.
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