Few of us can afford a Rolex Submariner, but it is possible to get the look for less than you might think by buying an “homage” watch.
From changing how we navigate the planet, to how we actually tell the time, these are just three of the watches that changed the world.
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.
Some time ago I was invited to my first ever black-tie dinner. That is what led me to buy the Seiko Chronograph Watch SPC059P1, a watch I have now owned for some years
This automatic self-winding watch is chunky and as well-built as the big brand Swiss divers watches – but costs a fraction of the price. Here’s our verdict on Seiko’s little stunner.
The Rolex Explorer 2 “Polar” is a modern classic, worn by people including Prince William. We covered a budget answer to the Rolex Explorer 1 […]
The Rolex Explorer is a timeless classic. A simple three handed watch with easy to read numbers and a compact 36mm case. It was worn […]
Crisis or Revolution? The Story of Swatch or How a Disposable Commodity Saved the Swiss Watchmaking Industry I like to think of the Swiss as […]
Seiko is one of the few fully-integrated watch manufacturers. They design and develop their own movements, unlike most other brands in the same price range […]
The Seiko Orange Monster. You may never have seen one, but it is the dive watch of choice for many watch enthusiasts. The distinctive ‘teeth’ […]