We love art deco here at WRUK. Following last year’s Arcturus, another Singaporean brand has come up with a 1930s-style timepiece: the Vario Empire.
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.
Some brands offer a selection of bespoke timepieces but so far there is no option for something truly unique – can Monachus watches fill the gap?
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.
Spinnaker watches have been a longstanding supporter of WRUK, and they have launched another new model. The Spinnaker Bradner has been upgraded and relaunched – […]
The new Victorinox I.N.O.X. Automatic adds a self-winding movement to a popular case design. We tried out the blue dialled model to see what the […]
It seems like there is an avalanche of minimalist, quartz watches on the market. Is the Nordgreen Infinity any better than all the others?
You may have seen these watches on Facebook ads and wondered if they are any good. We were sent a DMC 1981 watch to see if it’s a hit or a miss.
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.
Spinnaker’s excellent straps have been a highlight of their watches. They are now available separately and they sent us some samples to try out.