Watchfinder heads up north to Leeds


Watchfinder & Co. is to open its third bricks and mortar store, this time up north in Leeds.

The new boutique, arranged over two floors of the historic Grade II listed Victoria Quarter arcade, is due to open in late September 2015.

This latest move is another step in the national expansion plans for Watchfinder, who will now have a presence beyond the south east of England, with their two current stores being located in Kent and London.


Watchfinder sees Leeds as the perfect city for its third store, as it is the fourth biggest city for its clients and is described as the ‘Knightsbridge of the North’ by Lonely Planet.

As with its current retail space, the Leeds boutique will have a range of over 50 second-hand premium watch brands available, including Rolex, Omega and Breitling.

“We are delighted to be opening in the Victoria Quarter in Leeds, and we’re looking forward to welcoming existing customers as well as meeting new watch fans who appreciate the unparalleled level of service and range of pre-­owned stock that Watchfinder offers,” said Lloyd Amsdon, co-­founder of Watchfinder & Co.

The ambitious company is earmarking further shop openings in the UK in 2016.

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