Philippine Daily Inquirer / 03:02 AM June 27, 2014
Italian-inspired Veloci watch stands for the young, the fashionable and the sports-minded.
Spotted wearing it on Boracay beach were celebrities Marc Nelson, Ornussa Cadness, Sanya Smith, Karen Paminutan, Robby Carmona, Mars Miranda, Jay Contreras, Gretchen Fullido, Patty Betita and John Spainhour.
As Jayjay Helterbrand of Ginebra San Miguel said, “I have a big fascination with sharks. I’ve always wanted to go to Australia and go cage diving with great white sharks.”
Marc Nelson said that his greatest adventure to date was diving with sharks in Hawaii—without the cage.
Walter de Mesa, Antoinette Taus, Karen Pamintuan and Andrea del Rosario have also been seen wearing Veloci.
Del Rosario said she enjoys traveling and keeps time through Veloci. “My greatest adventure is seeing historical sites like Angkor Wat. My bucket list would be all the great wonders of the world,” she said.
Veloci comes in five collections, each with its own distinct characteristics so the wearer can take his/her own adventures in style.
The Aeronaute, Voyager and Cruise are characterized by their sophisticated Japanese movements, each with sleek stainless steel cases.
They come with interchangeable Nato straps which can be switched in seconds and without tools.
Veloci also has a digital collection. Pulse is a sporty watch. It is 100-meter water-resistant, with an alarm and stopwatch.
Metro is a sophisticated digital watch that caters to professionals and urbanites.
Veloci watches are available in all LTime Studio and Asprey boutiques and SM Stores.