The idea behind Wristwatch Review UK was always to focus on British brands. The Hamtun Kraken was designed in Southampton so it ticks that box – does it tick all the others?
Last weekend, hundreds of wristwatch enthusiasts from across the UK convened in Rugby for the inaugural WatchIt! Watch Fair.
One of our favourite watch review websites is watchitallabout.com, and the site is running its first ever watch fair in Rugby this November: WatchIt!
We’ve been recently when it comes to dive watches – and now there’s yet another contender for the best submersible of the year: The Pancor P03.
This website was set up to promote British watch brands, and we are pleased to see another one: The Akura Wayfarer was designed in Scotland.
Kickstarter is full of dive watches, but not so many pilot watches. The Alcadus Opus intends to put that right when it launches on 28th June 2019.
In our exclusive first look at the prototypes of the Isotope Goutte d’Eau we wonder: how much better will Microbrand dive watches get in 2019?
The new Isotope Goutte d’Eau takes the brand’s distinctive DNA and transfers it into a dive watch format. Is this a Kickstarter worth backing?
Newmark is a British brand producing remakes of vintage watches with a modern twist. Is the Newmark 71 the best microbrand watch of 2019 so far?
You may have seen these watches on Facebook ads and wondered if they are any good. We were sent a DMC 1981 watch to see if it’s a hit or a miss.