As is traditional as the year draws to a close, here are the top three watches in the WRUK Watch of the Year 2020.
Black Friday: in no time at all, it’s gone from something we Brits watched from afar into an essential part of the run-up to Christmas.
Tudor, a sister brand to Rolex, has had a resurgence in fortunes of late. Perhaps its most iconic design is the Tudor Black Bay.
While they may come in a wide range of designs and styles, one thing that all luxury timepieces have in common is that they aren’t just your average fashion accessory.
The Swan & Edgar brand takes its name from the store founded by George Swan and William Edgar in 1812.
A female watchmaker has designed and launched a new mechanical watch infused with Nordic minimalism: the Galvin Alku.
Our editor recounts a recent exchange with a watch company and asks if small watch bloggers are being ripped off by big brands.
Nina Scally takes a look at the range of watches on offer from British Brand Bremont – from aviation watches to their range of Jaguar timepieces.
It’s not often we get excited about a new Kickstarter watch, but hot on Hamtun’s heels comes another stunning-looking diver: the Reverie Diver.
We rarely cover a watch brand as high-end as Audemars Piguet: guest writer Nina Scally takes on a quick walk through their range of watches.