Global Filipino wristwatch viewed at PH Embassy in Washington

/ 08:46 PM May 12, 2017

Several styles of the Global Filipino Watch are shown at the Philippine Embassy in Washington, DC.

WASHINGTON, DC — A presentation and viewing of the Global Filipino Watch by Philip Stein was held at the Romulo Hall of the Philippine Embassy in the evening of May 9.

Among the unique features of the watch are the rose, gold-plated numbers 6 and 12 symbolizing Philippine Independence Day of June 12 and embedded silver Philippine Sun on its second dial.



Philip Stein Co-Founder/President Will Stein explains the spirit behind the Global Filipino Watch. CONTRIBUTED

Philippine Embassy Chargé d’Affaires ad interim Minister Patrick A. Chuasoto, in his remarks, underscored the Global Filipino Watch’s important value as a symbol of Filipino pride and global leadership.

Philip Stein Co-founder and President Will Stein emphasized the Bayanihan spirit of community and collaboration that inspired the birth of the Global Filipino Watch as he presented the special collection to the DC community.


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