Cartier: French Luxury Brand Launches Website Just For Singapore

bbn259 Because Singaporeans love asking ‘how much’ above anything else as soon as they see something they like, the news that Cartier has launched a new website just for us in Singapore will be well-received. Why? Because besides being able to manage your account in the customer database, you’ll also be able to create wish lists, find out what’s new in the world of Cartier, but most importantly, and I must stress this, find out how much Cartier’s pieces, from jewellery to watches and more, actually cost in SGD.

No more feeling too intimidated to walk into an actual boutique to find out the price, no need to pick up the phone to call in for a price, simply head over to cartier.sg and have everything you need from specifications to model numbers and yes, prices, at a few clicks of the mouse.

In other words, something which Cartier should have done long ago (better late than never, I say), but something more brands should be doing as well, especially if it will make the whole shopping experience, whether online, or off, a whole lot smoother.

Now excuse me while I head online to check out Cartier’s new Singapore site; I need to check if they raised the price on the Juste un Clou bracelet in yellow gold yet.

Image: Cartier

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  • Roger Pak says:

    Hopefully other brands follow suit. Pricing shouldn’t be a secret and makes life easy for everyone. (FB)

  • Flaviana Barros says:

    Dear Bagaholicboy, I am from Brazil and really love your blog,

    I need a help from you: I will travel to Singapore next January, but before that I will stop a week in London. Which city in your opinion has the best price to buy Cartier? Do you Know if in Singapore I can get the detax like in London? Thank you! So excited to visit your incredible city!

    • Bagaholicboy says:

      I’m not sure how much specific Cartier pieces cost in the UK, but my gut feel is that it would be a tad cheaper over there after conversion. In Singapore you get 7% detax and refunds are processed fast at the airport.

  • john says:

    Heard from a little bird that Singapore can expect a dedicated e-commerce website from H soon as well.

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