ROLEX THREATENS TO SUE LADY WHO SELLS KIDS CLOCKS FOR $20
Written by Lola Narawa on January 23, 2023
Sisters Emma Rose McNairn and Sarah Davies set up their business 3 years ago.
Their family business is at risk of collapse after the world’s biggest luxury watch firm Rolex demanded they rebrand everything. Devon sisters, Emma Ross-McNairn and Sarah Davies, set up Oyster&Pop from home three years ago, selling £20 colorful wall clocks to help children learn how to tell the time.
“We were very surprised when we initially read the letter, as we’d been so careful in researching our name to make sure there was no potential conflict with any existing brands.
“We are still so shocked to receive the objection because we’ve never made any connection whatsoever to that brand.
“It would be catastrophic to our company and rebranding is something we just don’t have the resources to manage.”
Sarah is confident that the public will not confuse their colorful kids learning clocks with Rolex.