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Old Nov 23, 10, 3:15 pm   #1
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Advice on buying Rimowa in Hong Kong

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I'm traveling to Hong Kong. I'd decided to replace my aging/breaking carryon with a Rimowa (deciding btw Delux Salsa and Limbo).

I'm based in Bangkok where the price of a Rimowa is very inflated.

My last trip to HK, I had the chance to check price at the Rimowa shop in HKIA T2 and found it to be cheaper than Thailand.

From some very old post, I learned that there maybe shops in Hong Kong that sell them for even cheaper? If so, I would love to get more info.

Thanks in advance.

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Old Nov 24, 10, 3:22 pm   #2
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Old Nov 25, 10, 2:49 am   #3
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Thanks David! The price is very nice. I'm going to see if they carry other model as I'm deciding between Salsa Deluxe, Classic Flight, and Topas.

I'm also very intrigued by Rimowa x Lane Crawford 160th Anniversary Edition. The one that's based on Salsa price is almost the exact amount as the Salsa Deluxe.

The Gold/Silver one is also intriguing.

I wish they still have the black with red trim Rimowa x Lane Crawford edition from last year.

The two current limited edition models color scheme are rather...loud while the one from last year has more understated elegance.

Will post update on this. Meanwhile, any additional info will always be appreciated.
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