About Us

Wristwatch Review UK (WRUK) is a site that is written and run by British wristwatch enthusiasts. We tell you about the latest news in the world of watches, review watches we own, and share advice and guidance.

What do we cover?

We love affordable watches and Kickstarter micro-brands. We even buy the odd luxury watch. So whether you love Seiko watches, Michael Kors watches, Rolex watches or Omega watches, you will find something here to interest you.

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As well as wristwatch reviews, we want to be the go-to place for watch content in the United Kingdom. We publish interviews, features and “how to guides” on subjects like finding the best watches; choosing straps and accessories; how to buy watches on eBay; and how to buy a wristwatch as an investment. If you want to adjust a watch strap, remove wristwatch bracelet links or regulate a wristwatch then we hope to be the place to come for information.

Our real passion, though, is talking about watches. As well as hands-on reviews, we publish news items that cover things we come across on the internet, from ultra-cheap homage watches to affordables right through to vintage prestige watches. Quartz, mechanical, fashion watch or luxury – there is a place for every watch at WRUK!

Disclaimers and the small print

We only cover and review genuine watches, so please do not come looking for information on fake watches or replicas. We do love homages but aren’t here to help you buy a fake Rolex, so please don’t ask! All of our staff are hobbyists and fund the site of our own pockets. Some income comes from advertising on the site and affiliate links to retailers.

We believe in editorial impartiality and so if we have been paid for or given an item in exchange for a review then we will always make it clear that is the case. You will find any review samples that were donated to us in our regular giveaways. We always publish both positive and negative points about everything we review. You can always trust us to be an impartial and honest source of wristwatch reviews in the UK.