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  • Vacheron Constantin sells its luxury watches online
  • Vacheron Constantin sells its luxury watches online
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Vacheron Constantin sells its luxury watches online

For the first time, luxury watchmaker Vacheron Constantin has made its wares online, with a limited run of 36 selling out in just 30 minutes. It seems the risk of luxury brands being viewed as too accessible if they venture online isn’t preventing people from forking out.

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