Robert-Jan Broer
February 01, 2009

L?ɬºm-Tec in conjunction with Watch and Clock Forum Announce ?¢‚Ǩ?ìDesign the Next L?ɬºm-Tec project.?¢‚Ǩ¬ù


L?ɬºm-Tec in conjunction with Watch and Clock Forum are offering the chance for the members of to design a new L?ɬºm-Tec watch to be produced in 2010. People wishing to take part in this effort can join (membership is free.) and enter the special design forum which was created specifically for this project. For those that do choose to take part in the design project. After the design is completed, there will be a special drawing. The prize will be one of the newly designed watches.

ABOUT L?ɬºm-Tec and Watch and Clock Forum:

L?ɬºm-Tec is a new watch company making custom and limited edition watches, creating unique designs, and pioneering new luminous technologies to apply to wristwatches. This is a different kind of watch company, as the influence for it?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s designs come from direct communication from their buyers and from public online discussion forums. Taking input from the actual end user makes it possible to create what the market desires, and keep a reasonable price point which anyone can afford.

Watch and Clock Forum, owned by Thomas Carey, is one of the newer internet discussion forums that is devoted to the discussion of both watches and clocks. The site has members for all over the world taking part in the discussion. Watch and Clock Forum also is running a contest series which you can learn more about by visiting the web site.

Follow this link to go the L?ɬºm-Tec / Watch and Clock Forum project directly:

L?ɬºm-Tec watches can be directly ordered on their website, or through their network of dealers. I think it great to see that these relatively new brands certainly know how to use the internet properly. The established brands can learn from this 😉 More about that later on…

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Robert-Jan Broer
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Robert-Jan Broer

Ever since he was a young child, Robert-Jan was drawn to watches, even though it were digital Casio and quartz Swatch models at the time. In the mid-1990s, his interest increased when he started to read about mechanical watches in... read more

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