|Gregor Snip (Founder), Emmanuel Gueit (Designer), Michel Morren (Founder)|
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2012 - GoldVish "Equilibrium", the first luxury dual-sim mobile phone in the world. A handcrafted phone made from exclusive materials like: 316L stainless steel, space-grade aluminium, titanium, sapphire glass display, the finest leather and optionally decorated with gold inlays. Price range for the GoldVish Equilibrium collection US$7,300–109,500
2009 - GoldVish "Revolution", a combination of a mobile phone and a unique mechanical chronograph, made from solid gold and studded with diamonds, a sapphire glass display and the finest leather. The watch on the phone can be detached and used as a pocket watch. Limited to 30 unique pieces worldwide and a price tag of US$355,000
2007 - GoldVish "Illusion", the first mobile phone in the world made from solid gold and studded with diamonds, available in white, yellow or rose 18k gold, a sapphire glass display, the finest crocodile leather, camera/video recording, EDGE/GPRS data radios, Bluetooth and Quad-band reception. Price range for the GoldVish Illusion collection US$25,000–132,500
2006 - GoldVish "Le Million", the solid gold, diamond-studded "Piece Unique" is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as both "The world's most exclusive and expensive cellular phone ever sold" at one million Euros (approx. US$1.2 million) and a guaranteed limited production of three pieces.
GoldVish mobile phones are available in GoldVish stores and selective multi-brand watch and jewelery stores throughout the world.
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- Goldvish releases million dollar cell phone
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