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The watches obtain time and date signals from satellites orbiting 20,000 km above the Earth

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Satellite watch technology arrives in Australia

After being unveiled at this year’s BaselWorld, Citizen Watches Australia has officially released to the local market the latest Eco-Drive Satellite Wave-Air models. Read more »
The pop-up store will incorporate some elements of Bevilles' new re-branding

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Bevilles jewellers moves back into CBD

After more than two years since closing its high-profile, Bourke Street Mall store, jewellery retail chain Bevilles will be returning to Melbourne’s CBD next month.  Read more »
Status has been placed into voluntary liquidation

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Jewellery chain collapses owing $3 million

Status, the bold jewellery and watch retail concept, once predicted to have 12 stores, has been placed into voluntary liquidation with debts exceeding $3 million. Read more »
Danish Design's Oversize range

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Danish Design

The Oversize range gets bigger. Read more »
Tiffany will now proceed with alternate plans to produce its own branded watches

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Tiffany and Swatch part ways

After a long and heated legal battle, Tiffany & Co and Swatch Group have officially terminated their agreement to make Tiffany-branded watches, with the luxury jeweller deciding to produce its own timepieces. Read more »
Andy & Molly Designs' "Water of the Sea" watch

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Andy & Molly Designs

Andy & Molly double up. Read more »
Phantasya's women's watch

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Phantasya

Phantasya's watch combines many elements. Read more »
An artists impression of the "new look" store

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Bevilles gets a makeover, dumps giftware

Jewellery retail chain Bevilles has undergone a major rebranding that will include the roll out of “new-look” stores across Australia.  Read more »
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Techno Timepieces - How the Japanese brands dominate

The Japanese have developed their own niches to compete in the Swiss-dominated global watch market. The high-tech brands have wide appeal and even wider ranges, so much so that the only real difficulty for consumers and retailers is choosing the right watch. Read more »


 


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