Posted by Timezone Feature on Mar 10th 2017
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How did watch prices get so high? The number one response from watch enthusiasts seems to be “greed” - though "maximizing profits" would be the politer way to say it. Looking at the recent history of watch industry growth, I don’t see evidence for greed. The article Watch Pricing Series Part 2: How Did Watch [...]
Connected watches aren’t the answer to falling sales or hooking up with new customers, the CEO of Omega, the world’s second largest watch brand says. Omega CEO Raynald Aeschlimann at the new Omega store, Martin Place, Sydney. Photo by Peter Braig Raynald Aeschlimann, chief executive of Omega, told The Australian Financial Review that the brand wanted to connect [...]
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Baselworld is still a good three months away but Omega is already offering a peek at what it has in store with a pair of new Speedmaster watches (that come just days after the online-only Speedmaster Speedy Tuesday). First up is the Speedmaster Automatic “Racing”. The black and orange dial is characterised by square orange accents [...]
For the first time, Omega this week offered a new timepiece for sale exclusively online to “ expand the reach beyond its global network of boutiques” with the result that the watch sold out in a matter of hours. The watch was this limited edition Speedmaster “Speedy Tuesday” offered on a dedicated Instagram channel with customers [...]
Catchily named Speedmaster “Speedy Tuesday”, the latest Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch is a 2012-piece limited edition offered exclusively online – with reservations done via the Omega website and the watch picked up from one of the brand’s many stores. A social media habit that began in 2012 when founder of watch blog Fratello Watches first used #SpeedyTuesday, the hashtag has been [...]
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