Take a bite: Want to buy a pre-owned watch but don't know where to start? For episode 28 of The Bite podcast, we speak to Glenn Meijer, Customer Experience Manager of leading online timepiece reseller Watchbox (https://www.thewatchbox.com/sg/en/home) , about the ins and outs of buying and selling luxury watches online.
Editor-in-Chief of Esquire Singapore Norman Tan is joined by two new guest co-hosts—Celine Yap, Esquire's watch editor, and Matt Benfell, personal trainer and host of an upcoming Esquire fitness series—to discuss all things pre-owned watches: Which luxury brands are a good investment? Which watches are currently under the radar? And how do you know you're getting a good deal?
In the November 'Believe in Something' issue of Esquire Singapore (http://www.esquiresg.com/subscribe/) four different religious leaders from four different faiths in Singapore were asked to contribute, in their own words, why they believe what they believe in. At the end of the podcast, Norman reads out passages from each of these four different religious leaders and gets the podcast guests to guess which phrase belongs to which religion. Can you guess the correct answer?
Our hosts Norman Tan, together with guest co-hosts Celine Yap and Matt Benfell, introduce the topic of the day: buying and selling pre-owned watches.
3:21—"Coffee Catch Up"
To introduce the new guest co-hosts to the listeners, Norman asks both Celine and Matt rapid-fire personality questions. Did you know that Matt, a personal trainer, hates sweat?
10:018—"Fresh off the grill"
Feature segment with a new guest each podcast.
In this episode, Glenn Meijer from trusted online timepiece retailer Watchbox, introduces us to the world of online pre-owned watch trading.
The podcasters discusses the gigantic size of the pre-owned luxury watch industry; discuss the pros and cons of buying timepieces online versus offline; what is the difference between 'pre-owned' versus 'vintage' timepieces; how to actually go about buying watches online; which watch brands to look out for; and personal watch recommendations by Glenn and Celine for Norman and Matt.
58:27—"Last call of the day"
In the last segment of the session, the podcasters try to guess which passages read out by Norman from the November 'Believe in Something' issue of Esquire Singapore belong to which religion: Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism or Humanism?
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