Keith Campbell gives the once over to the new Bremont Arrow, a military watch from the brand’s Armed Forces collection.
Military watches are always popular on WRUK, especially in a vintage style. Here, Keith Campbell shares his thoughts on the Vertex M100.
This week, special guest reviewer Keith Campbell reviews his stunning Seiko Save the Ocean SRDP09K1 Prospex series divers watch.
The Helgray Silverstone is a now-discontinued motorsport-inspired timepiece that was funded on the Kickstarter platform. How does it stand up to the test of time?
The Bulova Accutron is a high-frequency tuning fork movement with a smooth sweeping second hand. But Bulova also made self-winding mechanical watches bearing the Accutron name.
Having owned and worn the Emporio Armani Ceramica AR1421 watch for quite a while, the original shine has now turned into a dull kind of glimmer.
How does the Christopher Ward c60 Trident Bronze hold up after a few months of wear? Our editor gives his verdict in this long term review.
Vostok is a Russian watch brand with a long history. Their two most famous models are the Amphibia dive watch and the one we own – the Vostok Komandirskie. What’s it like to live with a Vostok Komandirskie?
So, I’ve had my Apple Watch Series 2 smartwatch strapped to my wrist for over 6 months now and much to my surprise, it has actually spurred me on to get fitter, drink enough water and be slightly more conscious of how much (or how little) physical activity I’m doing throughout the day.
My Seiko SKXJ92 dates back to 1988, but my dad gave it to me in 2008. Even though it was twenty years old and never had a service, it was my first self-winding automatic timepiece and it is one piece that will never leave my collection.