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RALF TECH - 17, Place du Marché Saint-Honoré

RALF TECH 17, Place du Marché Saint-Honoré

Between fine jewelry houses and typical restaurants in the area, a stone's throw from Place Vendôme and Rue Saint-Honoré, in the heart of the capital and the 1st district of Paris, this is now the new address of RALF TECH

A classic and chic location for a quirky place that reflects the spirit of the French watch brand.

Discreet on the outside with a dark facade and no gleaming sign, the decoration is just as sober on the inside. No thick carpet, no precious wood, no gilding, and no uniformed hostesses, you are at RALF TECH. The French house has mixed black aerial windows and vintage furniture. On the wall are drawings by Frank Huyghe, its creator, and photos of watches taken "in action" during deep dives or during the various armed conflicts in which the brand's professional clients have distinguished themselves. 

17, Place du Marché Saint-Honoré

Showroom © RALF TECH

A Place of Interaction

This address is not a boutique but a showroom, but more exactly a place of interaction as Frank Huyghe likes to remind us. Here you will not necessarily come to buy a watch from the brand. You will come to discuss and spend time with members of the RALF TECH team. You will be updated on the latest watchmaking news and you will be able to soak up the special atmosphere that surrounds the French brand. 

17, Place du Marché Saint-Honoré

Showroom © RALF TECH

By Appointment Only

And as RALF TECH wants to take the time with each of its clients, visits of the showroom will only take place after making an appointment on the brand's website. So get your laptops, tablets and computers, meeting slots are now open. 


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The brand

In 1996, professional diver Frank Huyghe created the RALF TECH brand: diving suits, buoyancy compensators, regulators, masks, etc. In 2003, on the strength of his personal experience, he designed a watch that could withstand the enormous pressures of the ocean depths and beat the World Record of deep diving. This was the RALF TECH WR1.

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