Celebrate the good times at the 'Watches And More Fest 2006'…

MUMBAI: The Fashion Accessories Lounge of Egana India Pvt. Ltd. this festive season has announced their annual Watches And More Fest (WAM Fest) with exciting offers on brands like Esprit Time, Cerruti 1881, Pierre Cardin Swiss, Mexx Time etc.

The WAM Fest is across all WAM outlets in Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai. Every customer gets an opportunity to choose from a plethora of lifestyle and premium watches and jewellery brands.

The Fest commences December 20, 2006 through till January 20, 2007. Consumers can walk into any WAM store across India and spoil themselves. So, what you waiting for, its time to loose control!!! This festive season the WAM Fest brings offers as listed below:

Lifestyle Brands

Esprit Timewear

Buy any Esprit Timewear and get the second one at 50% discount.

Pierre Cardin Swiss

Buy Pierre Cardin swiss and get Watches & More Gift Voucher worth Rs. 1000 absolutely free.

Mexx Timewear

Buy any Mexx Time and get the second one free.


Buy Carrera and get Carrera Sling Bag & Carrera Belt worth Rs. 2000 absolutely free.


Buy Puma Time and get the Puma World Cup watch absolutely free.

Allen Solly

Buy any Allen Solly Time and get the second Allen Solly Watch free.

Premium Timewear Brand

Buy Cerruti 1881 and get WAM vouchers worth Rs. 2500 absolutely free.

Fashion Jewellery Bands

Buy above Rs. 1000 from Esprit Jewel, Mexx Jewel, Carrera Jewel, Rose By Beevee, Pierre Cardin & Tanya Rossi and get surprising gifts from Esprit absolutely free.

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