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Clockmaking sisters slam watch giant Rolex’s ‘nonsense’ threats to sue them unless they rebrand 


Sisters from Devon have slammed Rolex for its ‘nonsense’ threats in a legal row over the name of their clockmaking business.  

Rolex lawyers have written to Oyster & Pop claiming that people would link the educational clocks with the brand’s Oyster Perpetual watches. 

Director of Oyster & Pop Emma Ross-McNairn said the lawyer’s letters had been bullish and that the situation was ‘nonsense’ as they named their clocks after the street they grew up on.

An online petition started by the sisters titled ‘Help STOP ROLEX from closing down a small women-owned, family business’ has reached over 64,000 signatures in just over a week. Rolex have been approached for comment by MailOnline.

Director of Oyster & Pop Emma Ross-McNairn (pictured with sister Sarah Davies) said the lawyer's letters had been bullish and that the situation was 'nonsense'

Director of Oyster & Pop Emma Ross-McNairn (pictured with sister Sarah Davies) said the lawyer’s letters had been bullish and that the situation was ‘nonsense’

Rolex lawyers have written to Oyster & Pop saying people would link the educational clocks (pictured)) with the brand's Oyster Perpetual watches

Rolex lawyers have written to Oyster & Pop saying people would link the educational clocks (pictured)) with the brand’s Oyster…



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