Q&Q SmileSolar Debuts The Red List X Q&Q SmileSolar 2015 Holiday Collection

- -Collection inspired by exotic endangered species- -

Nov 19, 2015, 11:57 ET from Q&Q SmileSolar

NEW YORK, Nov. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Q&Q SmileSolar, a line of efficient, cost-effective and color-driven watches debuts its Holiday 2015 Collection, featuring prints from endangered species. With the launch of new watches featuring threatened species, a portion of proceeds will be donated to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The act of purchasing and wearing these watches will consequently lead to support the conservation program of the endangered species.

The Red List X Q&Q SmileSolar limited collection retails for $50 a watch and consists of 7 designs inspired by exotic endangered species: the Nigerian Giraffe, Snow Leopard, Philippine Crocodile, Grevy's Zebra, Sumatran Tiger, Green Peafowl, and the Burmese Python.

Notable features of the watch include:

  • Maintenance free, no battery charging required
  • A solar-powered system keeping watches operational up to 3.5 months after a single charge
  • Expertly crafted from both virgin and recycled materials
  • Water resistant casing

Bold graphics combined with advanced solar technology illustrate the Q&Q SmileSolar's core values of fun, progressiveness, and philanthropy.

High resolution watch imagery can be downloaded here.

For more information on the Red List X Q&Q SmileSolar Collection, please visit www.smile-qq.com and follow @smileqandq on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Born from the idea of a "quest for quality with affordable value" in 1976, SmileSolar watches are maintenance-free powered by advanced solar technology that have championed in over 120 countries worldwide. From its accessible price point to its easy-to-use and eco-friendly functionality, the name and product truly strive to bring time for everyone.

Founded under unique international partnerships in 1948, IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, is a global organization comprised of national, governmental and non-governmental agencies for protecting the nature. For more information on IUCN, please visit https://www.iucn.org/.

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