Anyone even slightly in tune with current technology will tell you that, while they had a little bit of a shaky start, the smartwatch is quickly becoming more and more sophisticated – and, in addition to this, they’re certainly getting more tempting!
When it comes to smartwatches, there are plenty to choose from these days, and as technology changes and adapts almost constantly, companies are releasing smartwatches to keep up with these trends.
Over the last few months, we have been serialising some of the articles from our sister site Seagull1963.co.uk. This month we cover aviator watches:
Wearable technology has really taken off in the last few years. When you’re on the move or at the gym, a Smartwatch provides many of the functions of your Smartphone right on your wrist.
From changing how we navigate the planet, to how we actually tell the time, these are just three of the watches that changed the world.
In the 1960s, Chinese chronographs were almost exclusively imported, so China launched an initiative to produce timepieces itself – the Sea Gull company.
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, […]
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.
If you’re in any way interested in clocks, watches and the study of horology, you may have come across a few funny sounding watchmaking words and terms along the way.
Artur Akmaev, originally from Russia, now lives in the USA where he produces a very small number of stunning one-off hand-made watches with beautiful engraving and enamelling.He found the time to share his story with WRUK.