Artur Akmaev, originally from Russia, now lives in the USA where he produces a very small number of stunning one-off hand-made watches with beautiful engraving and enamelling.He found the time to share his story with WRUK.
If you’ve loved the thought of visiting the world’s largest and most prestigious watch show but thought it was out of reach then think again. Our roving reporter Rikki shows you how to made the trip from the UK to Switzerland including all flights, accommodation and transport to the show and back – all for under £200!
Over the coming months we will be serialising some of the articles from our sister site Seagull1963.co.uk. This month we cover the history of watch-making in China
Alexander Loh is the man behind Arcturus, which has been turning a lot of heads since the successful funding of the LC-1 model. We have one on order, so will be reviewing it in due course. First, we asked a few questions of the man himself.
Wristwatches are ever-evolving – and while some of us may have leaped over to the smartwatch game in recent months, there are still plenty of solid, traditional timepieces that offer style, functionality and practicality arriving on the horizon.
Our readers have been fascinated by the Diewald Seahorse, which has been getting even more hits this week than even the perennial favourite, the HKED Seagull 1963 Chronograph. We caught up with the brand’s founder, Martin, to find out more.
Rikki from UXXV Media was lucky enough to visit the annual SIHH watch show this year. He sent us back this video report including some amazing images of watches to look out for in 2018.
There is less than a week to go until Valentine’s Day, and many of you will be looking for a gift for that special someone. Here are some ideas for him and her – to suit every price range.
The Art of Luxury Watchmaking, compiled by respected luxury lifestyle journalist and watch aficionado Alex Doak, offers you the chance to step into the world of ‘haute horlogerie’.
Everything from clocks, watches, sundials, hourglasses, timers, chronometers and clepsydras falls under the category of horology and there are many museums and associations devoted to this noble study.