About KYBOE Symons & Panchenko

Brand-owner KYBOE, Symons & Panchenko. With girlfriend Anna.
Summer of 2017 (train to Genua, Italy)

2006 - Basel, Switzerland.
KYBOE Symons & Panchenko do have a real story.
It starts with the introduction of The biggest colorful watches ever, followed by the whole watch industry ever-since. It becomes an instant and worldwide succes.

KYBOE remains to be the biggest boldest and most colorful watch ever it’s also the first watch-brand to be exposed on the the red carpet catwalk during New York Fashion Show. (2016). Sofar the one and only Dutch brand sold in Saks Fifth Avenue stores in the US.

2018 - The Hague
Dick Sijmons creates “Symons & Panchenko” and added the Dutch Master Series, a smaller Slim Suits You Serie, a Roman Classic Serie and at least a Florida Serie, inspired by his stay in the US.

2022 - Vienna
A new reborn and restyled KYBOE Giant55 design with its renewed curved case, its longer comfortable strap, and its different way of lighting do make the collection KYBOE Symons & Panchenko complete.

2021 - Indonesië.
A new Jewelry line called “La Tresse” is a stylish asset that fits well with the watch collections.

“KYBOE S&P watches are an expression of style and character. We create with precision to make careful crafted handmade quality Watches and Jewelry worth the memories that people create themselves. 

The unisex creations can be worn by either men or women, whatever the size, as believeing that style and self-expression have no boundaries. 

Choose and hit the right Watch and/or Jewelry around your wrist, neck or finger. Because it’s always your special day, special event and very special moment.”

It’s Time to See….
Bigger is Better (Hans Vos) 
Watch before you dress
Big is Back
Time is on your side
5 pm sharpAlways 5 o’clock Somewhere.


Symons & Panchenko

The Hague, The Netherlands 

Showrooms (appointments only)
- Bink 36 The Hague
- Coster Diamonds Amsterdam

[email protected]

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