There is no such thing as a totally waterproof watch, so the water resistance is usually shown on the dial or case, measured in metres – but what exactly does this mean?
If you have a titanium watch then you will no doubt have picked up a few scratches. Here is a guide that shows you how to remove scratches from titanium.
Buying a used Russian watch might be deemed simple, but it can be fraught with potential issues at each turn.
When looking at used luxury watches there’s always a side of caution that you should stick to. Here is a guide to used Vacheron watches.
Shopping for a used luxury watch is exciting; trying to find your perfect watch is exhilarating, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t without risk.
Buying a used Rolex Day Date is a daunting proposition for any buyer as they are probably one of the most popular watches to be cloned.
Buying a pre-owned luxury watch, like the Omega Speedmaster Snoopy, is more difficult than any other watch as there is a lot more at stake.
Buying a used Breitling watch can be a minefield, especially with questions like; who do I buy from? What do I look out for?
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?