Duty rate for Other wrist-watches, whether or not incorporating a stop-watch facility:

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Tariff Item Description of Goods Units of Measure MFN Tariff Applicable Preferential Tariffs
9101.2 Other wrist-watches, whether or not incorporating a stop-watch facility:
9101.21.00 With automatic winding 5 % CCCT, LDCT, UST, MT, MUST, CIAT, CT, CRT, IT, NT, SLT, PT: Free
9101.21.00.00 With automatic winding NMB 5 % CCCT, LDCT, UST, MT, MUST, CIAT, CT, CRT, IT, NT, SLT, PT: Free
9101.29.00 Other NMB 5 % CCCT, LDCT, UST, MT, MUST, CIAT, CT, CRT, IT, NT, SLT, PT: Free
9101.29.00.00 Other NMB 5 % CCCT, LDCT, UST, MT, MUST, CIAT, CT, CRT, IT, NT, SLT, PT: Free


For the latest tariff rate, please refer to CBSA

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  1. LouisNo Gravataron 19 Nov 2009 at 6:09 pm

    Bought a used swiss automatic movement wrist-watch online, from a US seller. Declared Value under 1000$ (if it makes any difference on a possible luxury tax). Now in the chart there is preferential tariff for both the US and Switzerland/Lichtenstein (UST & SLT). From my readings, I am expecting NOT to pay any duty on that import, but WILL be paying the required GST+PST on the declared value. Am I right? FABULOUS site btw!

    True story: I have imported a Subie from NY in the spring of last year and it went great. Bought slightly used at 27K (32K CAD ALL included). The dealer in Montreal wanted 55K for brand new. Not saying I saved 23K, but I sure saved a HUGE sum! Not to mention I could resale the truck today for the same amount I paid it 1½ years ago ;) .

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    BoBNo Gravatar Reply:

    Yes, I believe there’s no duty for the watch.

    Thanks for sharing your story. Great bargain. If you know how to avoid a lemon, car shopping down south is the best way.

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