On June 9th 2016 the Christopher Ward Forum has their annual “chat with Chris”. Many thanks to forum member IanBlythe for creating the tra..
I’m extremely pleased to be the first watch review site to receive the brand new Christopher Ward C65 Trident mkII’s – with their radical ..
Yesterday I spoke to Mike France, co-founder of Christopher Ward, to discuss the rebranding and the future of the company.
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The owners of http://www.seagullwatchstore.com/ have created their own watch brand, named “GT&FQ” after their initials. Within this brand ..
Etiqus have just released a new addition to their golf timepiece collection, the Sport Tour. Costing £279, it’s a smaller and smarter affair when compared to the 45mm Sport Pro.
Deaumar are another new watch brand currently running a campaign on Kickstarter, with a Seiko-esque diver named the Ensign. Competitively priced at £135…
Steinhart have developed a reputation for serious value for money, even overtaking Christopher Ward in the what you get for your money dep..
Hastings & Co have been around for a little while, offering only one model, the “Silver Classic”. Not particularly exciting, it’s another Daniel Wellington “minimalist” style watch. However, they’re really making some noise with their second and latest model.
I’ve been a strong supporter of Erroyl since their very first release, the E30 Heritage almost a year ago. I also reviewed the Royal 300 – both of which are splendidly made and designed watches for the price.
The C5 Malvern is the longest running model in the Christopher Ward lineup: it was their very first model. Throughout the years, it’s has a few upgrades and face lifts, and also some extra models. I reviewed the C5 Slimline last year…
Melbourne Watch Co have a knack of designing and building decent quality timepieces at reasonable prices. One of their latest offerings, the Carlton, provides sleek 1960’s styling…
Every so often I like to share some new releases that have caught my eye.
Christopher Ward C5 Square
The C5 Malvern Slimline Square ..
Helm Watches are incredibly new and fresh off the press – their first and only model (currently), the Vanuatu was launched in October 2015..
Since entering the affordable watch market in 2012, G. Gerlach have built up quite the reputation of making solid, well specced watches for competitive…
Described by Melbourne Watch Co as a “modern twist on the timeless aviation style”, the Avalon is their first foray into this genre of watch. As is…
Rotary are quite the intriguing case. Founded in 1895 by Mr Dreyfuss (of Dreyfuss and Co I believe) they’ve always been a popular make. Nowadays, their focus is mainly on affordable watches, usually homages…
Gaxs is another friendly independent watch brand. Founded in 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden, they released their first series. In June 2015, th..
Greyhours are a fairly new brand that fought my eye just a few months ago. They’re ethos is right up my street – good design, good built q..
Christopher Ward are continuing their impressive run of new releases featuring in-house or modified movements with their brand-new Moonpha..
I very rarely comment or post about Kickstarter watches, mainly due to the fact that I only ever like to write about watches I have physic..
These two skeletonised offerings from Thomas Earnshaw have created a fair following. Although they have simply laughable RRPs, the price y..
Corniche have been on my radar for almost a year now, I’ve always felt that they’re well designed, and seem to have a keen eye for detail…