When is a Watch a Gift and When is a Watch a Promotion? Part 2 of 2

Following up on installement 1 – Watches can be used as gifts, promotional products or as a corporate gift as symbols of achieving an elite status.

Case Back Engraving:

Case backs of watches can be engraved with corporate logos and commemorative text. When a watch is engraved on the case back it is generally considered a "gift" and not a promotion. Some watch manufacturers do not leave any blank areas on the case back for engraving. In this case, a circle must be "buffed" to allow for a clear engraving area. There is usually an additional charge for this service.

There is usually a required purchase of a minimum number of watches of twelve or more for this type of decoration when it involves a corporate or organization logo, but a single watch can generally be engraved on the case back when standard text is used.  When engraving the case back the customer is charged per character.

Clasp Engraving:

Clasps of bracelet style watches can be engraved with corporate logos and commemorative text. When a watch is engraved on the clasp it is generally considered a "gift" and not a promotion. There is usually a required purchase of a minimum number of watches of twelve or more for this style decoration when it involves a corporate or organization logo.

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