Federal Court Rules In Favor Of Costco In Gray-Market Omega Watch Case

Federal Court Rules In Favor Of Costco In Gray-Market Omega Watch Case

In the past, we’ve warned readers against shopping on the gray market unless they really, really know what they’re doing. Costco has been doing some gray-market buying of its own. Now a federal court has ruled that it’s cool and good for consumers for Costco to sell gray-market watches. [More]

While enthusiasts and clever designers have been making cool digital replicas (like this  one seen on Reddit), watch companies have been trying to block these digital copies from spreading.

Luxury Watch Makers Out To Stop Lookalike Faces For Smart Watches

Just like some street vendors make a living selling lookalike Cartier and Omega watches for cheap, some folks are selling — or even giving away — knock-off digital watch faces for Android-powered smartphones. And the watch companies are going after these people with the same zeal as they chase the “Cantier” and “Omego” sellers from sidewalks. [More]

Costco Watches Are So Cheap It's A Copyright Issue?

Costco Watches Are So Cheap It's A Copyright Issue?

The Supreme Court is weighing a decision that will affect whether discounters can offer cheap goods from foreign manufacturers without violating U.S. Copyright law, says the AP. [More]