Breitling, one of the world’s leading watch innovators, started life in a small workshop in 1884. Find out more in our latest About the Brand feature.
Time Locker tells us they make modern dive watches with a vintage flair. Their range is coming to Kickstarter very soon – are they worth backing?
Despite its humble beginnings in the early 1980s, Fossil is now one of the best-known watch brands in the US, making watches for a number of brands.
Christopher Ward is a British watch company that specialises in online sales. The company is increasingly mentioned in the same breath as big Swiss brands.
ETA produce a range of quartz, hand-wound and automatic movements which can be found in Swiss watches in every price range.
Newmark will be a name familiar to vintage collectors. Now the brand has been relaunched and the first release in the Newmark 6BB Chronograph.
ANONIMO is a high-end Swiss brand that makes some stunning timepieces for the connoisseur of fine wristwatches. This summer, they are launching a new watch, the EPURATO Safari, and a stunning collection of blue-dialled timepieces.
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.
Our readers have been fascinated by the Diewald Seahorse, which has been getting even more hits this week than even the perennial favourite, the HKED Seagull 1963 Chronograph. We caught up with the brand’s founder, Martin, to find out more.
It wasn’t until 1985 that TAG Heuer actually become TAG Heuer. That was the year Mansour Ojjeh’s TAG Group rescued the original Heuer company from the decade-long Quartz Watch Crisis that began in the late 1970s.