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The Landmark(Central), Hong Kong

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  • Central to the writing floor. and the business scene! There are more cars! The car is the most old island in Hong Kong. But the chair is not good! Central to the most is a line of brand YSL. CHANNEL ...
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  • The central place is full of childlike Ming, beyond the reality of the ideal world, in the "Nativity Cubs", the children to make the world a better idea, scattered in the business scene 10 of delicate and interesting scene and the children imagined the world.
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  • Landmark Atrium did well again this year with Xmas decorations. This time around displaying a Christmas Village like scene filled with Xmas trees, Santa's workshop like toys and figures, many of which...  more »
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  • I normally don't write much reviews but today after this happened to me twice in this shop I am writing one. As I work in an office next to Landmark, I walked down to the Armoury, as I wanted to buy a high quality alligator watch strap as addition to my collection. As this watch strap costs around 365 USD, I was thinking about this for quite a quile but was very much looking forward to it. As I stepped into the shop there were only 2 customers in it. But to my surprise neither of the employees made an effort to say hello or anything, which in a venue like the armoury should definetely not be an issue. This kind of disappointed me. As I was making my way to the counter, where the watch straps are displayed the female shop assistent was chatting with a men but didn't even turn around and asked me if she could help me as I was clearly watchung the straps, nor did the other gentlemen who was working there as well this day. - I thought okay...So maybe you don't want to sell your goods to people...or maybe their arrogant behaviour was due to my young appearance, as I am only 26 years old (Which again in a shop like the Armoury, which I thought has certain standards, should not be a point that has to be discussed.)- I was wearing a dark blue suit trousers, a bespoke shirt and tassel loafers...so no sweatpants or anything else ;) To conclude, I left and bought the strap in a shop, where I was appreciated as a customer. All in all this happened to me twice now in the Armoury, which I thought does justify a review, even if I don't like to talk bad about others people's work. Anyways...while I was studying I also worked in a high-class shop for premium menswear and if I had behaved like this my boss would have fired me.Only being dressed nicely as a sales person does not help you to make a sustainable positive impression among customers. I hope the staff is able to improve their appearance in front of potential customers but for now the service in this shop does not reflect the quality of the goods offered. So today was the last time I entered the Armoury Hong Kong.
  • To Christoph Berger: Reference is made to your earlier post. I was the man/client that the female shop assistant was speaking with while you visited the Armory Landmark shop that day. I was standing at the scarf section facing the door and did notice a gentleman (whom I believe to be you) browsing the display with watch straps. As noted by you, the female shop assistant was speaking with me and had her back facing you, as such, she could not have noticed your presence and it would have been plainly rude to cut short of my conversation and to speak with you. Hence, in all the circumstances, I believe there is much misunderstanding here. 
  • I have been coldly welcomed few months ago when I was looking for a wool tie and socks. But also, the sellers were not helpful. They did not help me to look for the appropriate size for the socks. Sellers should understand that customers wearing casual wear are also potential buyers. I will not recommend this store full of arrogant staff.

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