Like most things in life, the quality of a watch is reflected in its price tag, but what can you get for your money.
If you’re planning on buying a watch you will have researched the best brand, case and dial designs. But have you thought about watch straps?
An introductory article for beginners, outlining some of the pros and cons of quartz vs mechanical watches.
Grab a drink, sit back and read up on watch glass types with Nina’s guide to crystals – it could be more valuable than you think!
What size watch case is best? Which material is right for you? Nina takes us on a whistle-stop tour in the first part of a new series.
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.
Now the series is on its way back, find out how to shop for a Peaky Blinders pocket watch on the internet and get the look for less!
A chronograph watch can also be used as a stopwatch as well as keeping the time. Chronographs are the ideal watches for anyone who enjoys training or going to the gym, as well as more mundane functions like boiling an egg!
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?
ETA produce a range of quartz, hand-wound and automatic movements which can be found in Swiss watches in every price range.