If you want to get involved, write for us, share your watch-related news or ask us to consider a review of one of your products then please get in touch:
We are not able to review every watch that is offered to us. In general, we tend to avoid digital watches, generic fashion brands and quartz watches. Here are our conditions for a review:
- Brand to ship the review sample tracked and pay all shipping fees, including shipping fee for returning tracked if the watch is to be returned.
- Brand to pay any taxes or charges levied on importation to the UK.
- We will take reasonable care of the watch while it’s in our possession but are not responsible for any damage or loss.
- Your review will not be affected in any way by whether or not the reviewer can keep the watch at the end of the review.
- We are happy to return the watch or forward to the next reviewer tracked and insured, at your expense.
- If the watch is damaged or lost during its return journey, we will make a claim under the terms of insurance cover and reimburse only the amount that is paid out by that cover.
- If the watch is to be forwarded or returned, the brand is responsible for reimbursing me in full for any fees or duties I’ve incurred to do so.
What Else to Include
- The full specs of the watch.
- A list of all known differences between the sample sent and final production timepiece (This should include differences in packing materials, not just the watch itself.)
- Your pre-order pricing and retail pricing.
- Dates it’s available for pre-order, or on Kickstarter, and when it’s estimated to be produced.
- What else is included with the watch when purchased. e.g. Extra straps.
We always include both things we like and three things we dislike about a watch and do not only review watches we know will attract a good review. Brands are not permitted to see the review or approve it before publication (we will share a summary for pull-out quotes on request) and we will not make edits or changes to a review after publication except where we agree that there is an error of fact.