EMG watches have proven extremely popular, after our first Week on the Wrist feature with their DL63 Panda Chronograph. The EMG Horizon is the latest from the fledgeling brand. EMG kindly loaned us a prototype watch so we could share our thoughts with our readers.
In the 1960s, Chinese chronographs were almost exclusively imported, so China launched an initiative to produce timepieces itself – the Sea Gull company.
Two brothers from Warwickshire have designed a new watch that looks very different to anything we have seen recently: the MAALS Jump Over The Moon.
When it comes to choosing a brand-new watch, people tend to generally go for aesthetics rather than practicality, focusing on the face of the watch, […]
We first covered the Pacemasters Paddock Chrono back in February. The F1 Inspired watch is now ready for launch tomorrow, 22nd May 2018. Find out how to get your hands on one.
People collect watches for their craftsmanship as well as their looks, and the craftsmanship required to make a watch by hand is in short supply today. Although most watches are made on a production line modern mechanical watches are no less valuable than vintage ones. Find out more about the different watch movements in our guide.
The Kickstarter campaign for the Diewald Seahorse II ended in April, doubling its goal, and the company were kind enough to lend us a review sample so we could give it the once over.
We featured the ACHTUNG Classic Yellow watch last month in our “Week on the Wrist” feature and it certainly attracted some comments on social media! For their second series of watches, the ACHTUNG Aviatorē, the company have dialled back the garish colours somewhat but retained the same Marmite case design.
By order of the Chinese government, a national initiative was started in early 1955 to establish a watchmaking industry in the north of the country. The Wuxing would prove to be the humble beginning of what today is probably the largest mechanical watch enterprise in the world.
GAUGE Instruments are a new British watch company. Describing their mission as “to deliver eye-catching pieces that each makes a unique statement, yet which remains affordable,” they are now taking pre-orders for their limited-edition “TIMELINE” watch collection – with a 15% discount for Wristwatch Review UK readers.