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The perfect ‘arm candy’ from Green + Benz

PUBLISHED: 16:29 23 September 2013 | UPDATED: 16:32 23 September 2013

Daniel Wellington watch

Daniel Wellington watch


Renowned for selling stunning contemporary jewellery, Green + Benz is now offering customers a wonderful selection of stylish watches for the first time

Brands stocked in the jewellers’ Sheffield and Chesterfield stores will include the bright and bold Ice-Watch range, British favourite Radley and a collection from newly launched Daniel Wellington.

Ice-Watch, £75

Known for its bright, bold use of colour and simplistic, yet stylish design, the Ice-Watch timepiece is a unique concept. Launched in Belgium in 2007, it has now become one of the most instantly recognisable watch brands in the UK – appealing to all ages, styles and tastes.

Each Ice-Watch comes in a ‘Becubic’ gift box that matches the colour and finish of the watch inside.

Daniel Wellington, £99

Inspired by a chance meeting between the brand founder, Filip Tysander, and the brand’s namesake, a stylish British ‘gent’, Daniel Wellington launched in the UK in August 2013.

Combining clean and crisp design with colourful ‘Nato’ straps – originally used by the military – Daniel Wellington is perfect for on-trend styling.

Inspired by all things British, each collection is named after a UK city, including Sheffield, Exeter, Cardiff and Southampton.

Radley, £75

Born in London’s iconic Camden Market in 1998, Radley has now become a British icon of affordable luxury. The brand launched its first watch collection in 2011.

The collection includes a range of strap and bracelet style watches for women, ranging from petit to large dials in an array of on-trend colour combinations. Each piece features the iconic Scottish terrier.

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