Not so long ago, the watch forum was king. But increasingly, watch enthusiasts are gathering on Facebook watch groups for their daily horological fix.
Since the 1970s, Japanese manufacturers have been producing watch movements as accurate and well-made as the Swiss: is Swiss Made still a mark of quality?
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.
All things considered, however – if you have the money available but are more concerned about the product you get, rather than the name that you’ll be wearing – is paying out more necessarily worth it?
In the past few years, many of us have spent considerable time harking back to the past. The ‘hipster’ effect is making vintage cool again – and part of this is to thank for the boom in popularity of analogue watches.
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.
Unless you are an avid watch collector you may not have noticed that most watches that display Roman Numerals use the symbol ‘IIII’ instead of ‘IV’ on the watch face. But why?
Few of us can afford a Rolex Submariner, but it is possible to get the look for less than you might think by buying an “homage” watch.
Since this is our first full year, we wanted to share our top three watches of 2018 with you. Here are our picks for the best watch of 2018.