Seiko Astron First Launch in Thailand

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Seiko Astron First Launch in Thailand

Postby prnews on Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:36 am

Seiko Astron
The World’s First GPS Solar Watch
First Launch in Thailand

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Khun Dara-ratana Mahadumrongkul, President & CEO of Trocadero Group the exclusive distributor for Seiko elite collections held hands with all the pleasure to launch “ Seiko Astron GPS Solar Watch ” : the Seiko elite collection which creates by the most advanced technology beyond the world’s innovation. Seiko has created a watch that can receive GPS signals and identify time zone, time and date using the global network of GPS satellites, the miniature GPS unit that requires very little energy to receive signals at maximum of 11 satellites. It recognizes all the 39 time zones on earth with the clean energy because it takes power from all kinds of light and never needs a battery change. The fabulous Grand Debut was held at Park Venture Ecoplex, Wireless Road on Monday 26th November, 2012.

The universe environment would surround in every sense for welcome all honorable guests by charming dim chamber with the light of shining stars together with Bird Eye View the Musical and Illustrate Performance by Neung Jakkawal; the top pianist and keyboard player in Thailand. Fully provided of premium foods from famous Japanese restaurant with exclusive signature dishes such as Giant Taraba Crab from Hokkaido, Grilled Gigantic Scallops, Tajima Wagyu Steak, etc. together with traditional Japanese Sake and Green tea and premium beer beverage from Belgium, Stella Artois.

Khun Bob Natteera Kosolpisit has bought all guests to the Journey of world’s prestige technology from Seiko Astron GPS Solar Watch; the convergence of 3 essential compositions - Dream, Imagination and Innovation. Then, Khun Toon Mahadumrongkul Chief Executive Marketing of Trocadero Group was enthusiastic to present all guests how easy of using Seiko Astron GPS Solar Watch with just 1 Click! – by turning on the In Flight Mode during departure on a plane like using Mobile phone and Turn off In Flight Mode when stepping off a plane then, just press the button and the time zone adjustment


is on automatically. It takes 6 seconds or a little more for the time to self-correct and 30 seconds for the time zone and the adjustment takes place. Finally, the Time would follow you, wherever you are, reverse whatever it used to be.

The curtain of Seiko Astron GPS Solar Watch Grand Debut was pulled down to reveal the special “Time Change Life Change” international dance performance. Start with ‘Bon Odori’ the most powerful Japanese drums performance, follow with ‘Street Dance’ lively freestyle dance from USA and the adorable dancing of European zone ‘Bavarian dance’, the live shows were given long big hands with delights from the smiling and happy guests. After having enjoyed the “International performances” delight, all the honorable guests were led to the Victor Garden, a beautiful garden on the tower, for countdown ceremony of Seiko Astron Grand Debut show.
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The final hi-light show was creating by high technology of laser show which performed the logo of SEIKO ASTRON in the sky and skyscraper that surrounding - the world’s greatest innovation timepiece has begun officially!
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Fulfilled the pleasured night with mini concert underneath the stars once again from classical music of 3 fraternities ‘VIETRIO’ together with KOH Mr. Saxman and completed the gorgeous nightfall by charming warm voice of ‘Ben Chalathit’.

To personally touch and feel the world’s first GPS Solar watch, Seiko Astron GPS Solar Watch for the first time ever in Thailand, please visit the first Seiko Boutique in SEA, 1st floor, The Emporium or contact 02-677-4500
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