Lionel Meylan Why Wait for your Dream Watch ?
When you can have it right here, right now with Lionel Meylan
We think nothing of leasing a car or paying for a home appliance on hire purchase, so why not a watch? Rather than saving up for that Czapek Quai des Bergues or that Breitling Superocean Automatic, it is now possible to buy it now and pay later thanks to a new service on offer at the Maison Lionel Meylan in Vevey and at their Breitling boutique in Lausanne.
The beauty of this financial offer is that not only can you have your watch now and pay later, but you don’t have to pay a centime more as the financing is based on 0% interest. Lionel Meylan isn’t the first company to offer financing for watches, but the advantage of purchasing a timepiece with them is that you get the whole boutique package, including the best advice about which watch to buy in the first place and access to all the watchmaking services offered by the boutique.
J12 Wanted © Chanel
How Does It Work ?
Financing is available for watches between 2,000 and 10,000 CHF, but if a client flashes on a timepiece above this amount, it is still possible to finance 10,000 CHF of the price, lessening the amount of the initial payment. In terms of the length of the finance, it can split it over 12, 24, 36 or 48 months, making each watch easier to afford. This offer is available to Swiss nationals or those holding a Swiss C-permit and a decision is granted in 24 hours.
And if that isn’t the perfect service, the lovely people at Lionel Meylan also offer several different ways to deliver the watch to you: Directly in the boutique, by post, or by special delivery in under three hours (within a reasonable geographical zone), so if you have been dreaming of a new watch, but don’t have enough savings, this is a wonderful solution to make all your horological dreams come true.
Polaris © Jaeger-LeCoultre
Take a Tour Of The Boutique
To help with some ideas, let’s take a tour of the Lionel Meylan boutique to see how much it would cost to purchase some of the latest watch models, starting with this Longines Spirit Zulu Time worth CHF 2,850 which would cost only CHF 59.38 per month over 48 months.
Spirits Zulu Time © Longines
Or how about this Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150m Co-Axial Master Chronometer 41mm worth CHF 5,700 for only CHF 118. 75 per month?
This Chanel J12 Wanted worth CHF 6,050 comes would only cost you CHF 126.04 per month.
And this Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris at CHF 8,350 comes out at only CHF 173.96 per month.
Seamaster Aqua Terra © Omega
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