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Alexander the Juweler

I live in a little town close to The Hague called Voorburg. There are a couple shoppingcenter’s close by and one of them has a diamond setter called . This shoppingcenter isn’t anything uncommon, actually. The lone beneficial thing is that it has two huge general stores and a shop where they sell about each watchmagazine there is. Thus, for genuine shopping I go to The Hague. Nonetheless, my better half has a few shops in the shoppingcenter which she truly enjoys, so everytime I join her, I attempt to look around at the diamond setters who are situated there. Alexander is one of them. A large portion of the brands they sell there are not some tea, Tag Heuer, Rado, Longines, Montblanc and so on The lone thing that have my consideration are the Montblanc pens in the window. I attempted a Montblanc observe once there, and I concluded that I should stay with their pens as it were. The last time I was there, it was for an arm band for my sweetheart (we didn’t purchase anything, they don’t had anything for her little wrists). In any case, when I was there the last time, I looked at the seller’s (Alexander himself) wrist and saw his Rolex GMT-Master II. Extraordinary watch, I had the GMT-Master for a long time. Be that as it may, this made me consider Alexander and the assortment he sells.

The actuality that he wears a watch that he doesn’t sell is something you can consider. He doubtlessly tells by wearing this watch that he preferably wears a Rolex over a watch from his own selling assortment. Has he more ‘faith’ in Rolex than in the brands he is selling? I think there are a ton of clients who are searching for a watch who will ask what the vender himself is wearing (at any rate I do) and get some information about their suppositions/contentions. This isn’t the case for diamond setters who additionally sell events and who do dark import, however this isn’t the case.

Ofcourse, perhaps watches are his pastime and this is only one of his watches. Could be. Be that as it may, I still rather saw him wearing a watch from the assortment he sells. I simply feel that wearing a Rolex in your store where you sell Longines, Rado, Montblanc, Tag Heuer is showing scorn towards these brands.