Whether you're looking for a special gift, an update to your wrist decor, or if you just fancy a treat, these Hong Kong watch shops have a little something to keep everyone on time (and in style).
Hong Kong is a shopping paradise. From fine jewellery stores to vintage shops and men’s tailors, the city gives you everything you want at your fingertips. And if you’re looking for something to sharpen up your wrist and keep you on time, then these Hong Kong watch shops are sure to have something in everybody’s style.
Best watch shops in Hong Kong
American watch brand, Fossil, was launched in the 80s and has since become one of the most well-known watch manufacturers worldwide. At Fossil, you can expect to find a selection of analog, digital, and smartwatches to suit everybody. We particularly love the hybrid smartwatches that blend the traditional and elegant looks of an analog watch with the special features of a smartwatch, so that you can still track your fitness and connect to bluetooth while still looking dapper.
Fossil has multiple branches across Hong Kong.
Handmade in Switzerland since 1832, Longines blends tradition with elegance and performance. Here, you’ll find beautiful timepieces crafted from materials including pink gold and stainless steel, and an array of designs, many of which are re-issues of classic timepieces worn by explorers and pioneers of the 20th century.
Longines has multiple branches across Hong Kong.
Everyone knows that the Swiss make some of the finest watches in the world, and RADO is no exception. Innovation, style, and materials are the key here, with the company crafting timepieces for both men and women with luxurious additions, including diamonds and studs.
RADO has multiple branches across Hong Kong.
Designed by Swedish-born, Hong Kong-based designer Alexis Holm, Squarestreet creates some of the coolest contemporary timepieces on the planet right now. Their Plano watch is uber slim and comes in a variety of interchangeable straps, including an elegant metal finish in yellow gold, rose gold and silver.
Squarestreet, G/F, 15 Square Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 2362 1086, 上環四方街15號地舖
Handcrafted in-house, who doesn’t know about Rolex’s prestige place in the world of timepieces? Often found on the wrist of explorers and sportspeople, the brand was the first to develop a waterproof wristwatch, and continues to innovate with exceptional materials and designs that are revered world over.
Rolex has multiple retailers across Hong Kong.
For lovers of a digital world, health, and wellness, the Apple Watch is where it’s at. Choose from a selection of styles, straps, and displays to suit every lifestyle. You can also keep track of your activity, monitor your heart rate, or even challenge a friend to a step competition. While it’s not a traditional store like many Hong Kong watch shops, tech-heads will definitely find their wrist decorator of choice at Apple.
Apple has multiple branches across Hong Kong.
French lifestyle store Kapok stocks a selection of different watch brands from across the globe. We’re particularly fond of the laps brand which is heavily influenced by fine art and sees many of the faces decorated with unique paintings. They also stock Sila, the French brand that creates fine, feminine watches with straps crafted from interchangeable, coloured waxed cotton. If you’re looking for watch shops in Hong Kong with unique variety, then this is definitely your spot.
Kapok has multiple branches across Hong Kong.
The Swatch brand is synonymous with fun and reliability. Crafted in Switzerland, the company makes a selection of watches for ladies and gentlemen in a range of materials. While Swatch may be best known for their brightly coloured, pop art-style watches, they also create a range of timepieces that are contemporary chic and incorporate gold or silver into the design.
Swatch has multiple branches across Hong Kong.
9. Audemars Piguet
Having been in the business of crafting watches since 1875, Audemars Piguet is a Swiss watchmaker that crafts a range of beautiful timepieces for men and women. Find materials including white gold, mother of pearl, and diamonds throughout these collections. The house even creates some wonderful avant garde pieces that bridge the gap between watches and jewellery.
Audemars Piguet has multiple locations across Hong Kong.
10. Daniel Wellington
If you’re looking for watch shops in Hong Kong that celebrate contemporary elegance, then Daniel Wellington may very well be for you. The brand is renowned for the design that features a NATO strap in red, white, and blue, but all of the watches allow for interchangeable straps, including Italian leather and lightweight mesh in a selection of materials.
Daniel Wellington has several stockists across Hong Kong.
Breitling watches are valued worldwide for their quality, performance, and design. Each and every piece makes a bold design statement, a true standout when most watch designs these days focus on minimalist looks. Shop amongst their collections that offer a luxury touch.
Breitling has multiple locations in Hong Kong.
Since its founding in 2002, Bremont has built a name for itself as a luxury aviation watch brand. Originally crafted as pilot’s watches and inspired by the love of historical aircrafts, Bremont continues to handcraft its watches in the UK to this day. Considering themselves a pillar of British engineering, Bremont’s mechanical watches are tried and tested through adventures from snow to sea. Handbuilt in limited numbers, Bremont uses top-end materials such as stainless steel, mother of pearl, and rose gold to build their enduring timepieces.
Bremont, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2395 0628
Few have a global reputation as notorious as Swiss luxury watchmaker Omega. Founded in 1848, Omega is inspired by sports timekeeping and space conquests. In fact, the first watch worn on the moon was an Omega timepiece! Another feather in Omega’s cap is its standing as the watch brand favoured by James Bond, the legendary on-screen British spy. You can bring out your inner astronaut, explorer, or secret agent with an Omega watch on your wrist.
Omega has multiple branches across Hong Kong
Seiko began in Tokyo in 1881 when a young entrepreneur started a shop selling and repairing watches. Almost 140 years later, Seiko is a heavyweight player in the global watch game. Masterfully crafted watches are the norm of Seiko, using the finest materials of stainless steel, titanium, and 18K gold. With Seiko, you can strap on a luxurious classic or innovative newcomer.
Seiko has multiple branches across Hong Kong