Undone offer a “Subway sandwich” level of customisation and some strong base designs. The Undone Type XX is their latest model – an aviation chronograph.
Other than the Seaguill 1963 and EMG DL63 we haven’t seen many ST19-powered hand-wound chronographs. Until now: Introducing the Monsieur Ranomo.
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.
It’s certainly turned a few heads in the week it’s been on test: but is the Jubileon Superellipse Chrono a hidden gem or something only a mother could love?
Undone have a new range of watches – the Undone Mystique collection. It combines their popular twin vertical dial design with some cool new colours.
Almost every aspect of the Undone Urban Tropical can be customised – so is it worth the £260 asking price?
Now here’s something for those who like a light-hearted touch when it comes to their watches: the UNDONE Peanuts collection of customisable chronographs.
One of the first reviews at WRUK was the Marchand Legacy. We’ve kept a close eye on the brand – and today we take a […]
Marchand is back with a new series of motorsport-inspired watches – the LMP collection – which includes their first ever chronograph design.
The Marine Chronometer Company produce just one watch: the Offshore Professional Field Engineer. How does it hold up in a week with our editor?