Solvil et Titus Unveils Limited Edition “Doraemon” Watch Series From 6 July 23

Good news if you are a big Doraemon fan.

The Solvil et Titus brand will be introducing a limited edition timepiece collection inspired by the beloved Doraemon character. This collection pays homage to the heartwarming friendship between Doraemon, Nobita, Shizuka, Takeshi, and Suneo. The limited edition collection will be launched online on the 6th of July at 12 PM.

The series features six captivating designs, each dedicated to one of the main characters and their treasured possessions from the story. The watches showcase iconic items like the “Bamboo Copter,” “Anywhere Door,” “Time Machine,” and “Love Arrow.” These treasures hold their own allure, captivating the imagination of children and evoking nostalgic memories for generations.

You can purchase them online or at their retail store located in Takashimaya from 6th July.

Perse Collection “Doraemon” Limited-Edition Ceramic Watches


Perse Collection “Doraemon” Limited-Edition Midnight Blue Ceramic Bracelet Watch
(Limited to 300 pieces)


Perse Collection “Doraemon” Limited-Edition Light Rose Gold Ceramic Bracelet Watch
(Limited to 200 pieces)

Aspira Collection “Doraemon” Limited Edition Mechanical Skeleton Watches


Aspira Collection “Doraemon” Limited-Edition Mechanical Skeleton
(Limited to 200 pieces)


Aspira Collection “Doraemon” Limited-Edition Midnight Blue Mechanical Skeleton
(Limited to 200 pieces)

Aspira Collection “Doraemon” Limited Edition Multi-function Watch


Aspira Collection “Doraemon” Limited-Edition Multi-Function Watch
(Limited to 600 pieces)

Once Collection “Doraemon” Limited Edition Watches


Once Collection “Doraemon” Limited-Edition Light Gold Mesh Band Watch
(Limited to 300 pieces)


Once Collection “Doraemon” Limited-Edition Leather Watch
(Limited to 300 pieces)

Modernist Collection “Doraemon” Limited Edition Chronograph Watches


Modernist Collection “Doraemon” Blue Stainless Steel Chronograph Watch
(Limited to 500 pieces)


Modernist Collection “Doraemon” Black Stainless Steel Chronograph Watch
(Limited to 500 pieces)

Nordic Tale Collection “Doraemon” Limited Edition Watches


Nordic Tale Collection “Doraemon” Blue Leather Watch
(Limited to 350 pieces)


Nordic Tale Collection “Doraemon” Light Gold Mesh Band Watch
(Limited to 350 pieces)

The Solvil et Titus “Doraemon” Limited Edition Watch includes a certificate with a unique serial number for authenticity, an exclusive Doraemon watch box, a Doraemon printed tote bag, and a watch cleaning cloth.

This limited edition collection is available:




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How To Spot A Counterfeit Luxury Watch

One expensive hobbies that many Singaporeans partake in is collecting luxury watches. Due to the changing times, counterfeit or fake watches are becoming harder to spot. Collectors need to be very careful.

Consider these warning signs before purchasing a new watch:


Similar to purchasing an appliance, you must ensure that it comes with a warranty and an authenticity certificate (i.e., with a serial number). If you are acquiring it from a private collector, research the history of its ownership. Nonetheless, your safest bet is to buy the watch directly from the brand’s authorized store.


As obvious as this might sound, some fake items have spelling errors. Words such as “Professional” on Omega watches are commonly spelled with a single “s”. That is a red flag right there! Be wary of low quality pictures where the spelling is ambiguous too.

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Counterfeit watches are typically lighter than the original watches due to the cheaper materials used in its production. For instance, authentic gold Rolex watches are heavier than the fake ones. The weight of real gold is greater than the base metal used in the fakes.


Did you know that you can tell the movement of a watch based on its sound? Most fine quality watches have extremely smooth mechanisms, which means that these are engineered to function at an exceedingly low volume. You should not be able to hear a ticking sound unless the watch is put closer to your ear.


Some luxury brands use distinct engravings to make their products difficult to copy. Rolex uses laser-etched crowns in their sapphire crystals. While, Omega engraves a symbol in the case-back of its watches. Keep a vigilant eye on these specific markers.

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It is better to be safe than sorry! Equip yourself with these tips or ask a professional for quality assessment.

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