Monthly Archives: September 2014

Mecca Watch

Well why not, why should I concentrate my commentary on “British” watches to mechanical time keepers. Part of the quirky London brand Hoptroff’s range is this Mecca watch. It offers not only time and seconds, but also the direction to … Continue reading

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Garrick

Last month saw the announcement a further “British” watch company, Garrick, founded by David Brailsford and two friends. They aim to produce a watch brand of “a distinctly British character”. The first Garrick London watch, the sm301, a stainless steel … Continue reading

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English ?

I found this explanation of when a watch can be described as “English”. I assume the rules also would count for the other British countries. This is therefore a is quiet an important question for the purposes of this blog. … Continue reading

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A quick Pinion mention

I must admit to having a soft spot for Pinion watches especially after having a chat with founder Piers Berry at the QP show last year. The brand remaining at the forefront of my mind as I use their watch … Continue reading

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Yet another Bremont article

Bremont: a turbulent take-off for high flying design – FT.comĀ  Bremont: a turbulent take-off for high flying design By Robin Swithinbank Bremont: a turbulent take-off for high flying design – FT.comĀ  High quality global journalism requires investment. Please share this … Continue reading

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