Japan's affordable, custom-friendly watch brand opens in Bangkok.
Here’s a chance to stand out from all your Daniel Wellington-toting friends.
Affordable Japanese watch maker Knot has opened a shop in Bangkok and, most excitingly for the mall-averse, it’s a petite standalone on Sukhumvit Soi 47.
Launched in 2014, the brand has made its name through a customized approach which lets buyers pick out the perfect dial, case, strap and buckle (some 8,000 combinations, they say). All materials are Japan-made, from the natural, vegetable-tanned leather to the durable sapphire glass. Prices start at only B6,000.
Two more stores are slated to open this year.