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.
We’re spoiled for choice already in the watch microbrand world this year. This watch from Belfort caught our eye because it shares some of the design cues of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak at a fraction of the price.
HORAE are another new independent watch company that is launching their designs on Kickstarter. The difference with this brand is that they focus on affordable personalised timepieces – and these ones really are affordable!
The idea behind the Albany watch company is that each of their watches is inspired by a story, tradition, or hero of the sea. These tales are known as “Stories from the Sea,” and they are delivered to subscribers’ inboxes every few weeks along with updates on the watches.
When Alexander Loh from Arcturus got in touch and sent us some images of the Arcturus LC-1, our interest was truly piqued.
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’.
This month has seen an explosion of new microbrand watches. One of the most striking models we have seen is the Pacemasters Paddock Chrono. Inspired by Formula 1 motor racing, this distinctive watch is launching soon.
Boston & Stewill are a small British watch brand that will be familiar to anyone who has a keen eye for Kickstarter campaigns. They raised £20,000 via crowdfunding to bring their last model to market and they are now promoting a new watch, which they say at £325 is the most accessible Swiss watch on the market.
Diewald’s Seahorse is another Kickstarter watch. This one was funded, and the company has a few left over which they are selling at the price of €189.
For their fifth Kickstarter campaign, Ferro watches wanted to offer something new. The Traditum is a classically-styled dress watch with the mechanical ETA 6498 Hand-wound movement.