Instead of a crowdfunding round up this month, we thought we’d share a watch that made us smile: the Happiewatch!
It might sound like the alter-ego of a superhero but the Mitch Mason Chronicle is actually a WW2-inspired military field watch coming to Kickstarter.
Have you ever thought that the problem with watches is that they are too… opaque? Then you’re going to love the S.Craft Transparency No 1!
We would like to present a guest review of the new AVI-8 P-51 Mustang watch by Alan Griffiths, from the fast-growing new website Watch Junky.
The Swan & Edgar brand takes its name from the store founded by George Swan and William Edgar in 1812.
Another review from Keith Campbell, this time a British watch that is inspired by the fire service: the William Wood Valiant.
A female watchmaker has designed and launched a new mechanical watch infused with Nordic minimalism: the Galvin Alku.
The MAALS brother are back with a new watch. Is the MAALS Giri Ventiquattro Review a step up from their highly-rated Jump Over the Moon model?
By now you have probably heard of Pagani Design: it has overtaken Parnis as the homage brand of choice. WRUK takes a look at the Pagani Design Submariner.
Our editor recounts a recent exchange with a watch company and asks if small watch bloggers are being ripped off by big brands.