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ALL WATCH REVIEWS

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Steinhart Ocean Titanium 500 Premium Watch Review

March 5, 2016

Steinhart have developed a reputation for serious value for money, even overtaking Christopher Ward in the what you get...

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Hastings & Co Heritage Watch Review

February 18, 2016

Hastings & Co have been around for a little while, offering only one model, the "Silver Classic". Not particularly...

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Erroyl Regent Watch Review

February 9, 2016

I've been a strong supporter of Erroyl since their very first release, the E30 Heritage almost a year ago....

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Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Slimline Square Watch Review

January 27, 2016

The C5 Malvern is the longest running model in the Christopher Ward lineup: it was their very first model....

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Melbourne Watch Co Carlton Watch Review

January 21, 2016

Melbourne Watch Co have a knack of designing and building decent quality timepieces at reasonable prices. One of their...

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Helm Vanuatu Watch Review

January 11, 2016

Helm Watches are incredibly new and fresh off the press – their first and only model (currently), the Vanuatu...

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G. Gerlach Enigma Watch Review

January 1, 2016

Since entering the affordable watch market in 2012, G. Gerlach have built up quite the reputation of making solid,...

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Melbourne Watch Co Avalon Watch Review

December 16, 2015

Described by Melbourne Watch Co as a "modern twist on the timeless aviation style", the Avalon is their first...

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Rotary Greenwich Watch Review

December 12, 2015

Rotary are quite the intriguing case. Founded in 1895 by Mr Dreyfuss (of Dreyfuss and Co I believe) they've...

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Gaxs VD Brushed Watch Review

November 15, 2015

Gaxs is another friendly independent watch brand. Founded in 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden, they released their first series. In...

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Chronologia R004.3 Watch Review

November 10, 2015

Chronologia came onto the scene this summer with an impressively priced Kickstarter campaign. To my surprise, they only raised...

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Huckleberry and Co Archibald Watch Review

October 27, 2015

Australians are having quite the roll with new, cool micro brands. Just within the last couple of years we’ve...

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Greyhours Essential Black Watch Review

October 13, 2015

Greyhours are a fairly new brand that fought my eye just a few months ago. They’re ethos is right...

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Christopher Ward Moonphase Watch Review

October 6, 2015

Christopher Ward are continuing their impressive run of new releases featuring in-house or modified movements with their brand-new Moonphase....

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Corniche Heritage 40 Watch Review

September 17, 2015

Corniche have been on my radar for almost a year now, I’ve always felt that they’re well designed, and...

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Christopher Ward C9 5 Day 40mm Watch Review

September 7, 2015

Their in-house SH21 movement has been the basis of a number of wonderful releases for Christopher Ward since its...

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Deutsche Uhrenfabrik (Dufa) Walter Gropius DF-9001-02 Watch Review

August 28, 2015

Deutsche Uhrenfabrik are a watch brand that have managed to keep themselves out of the spotlight until recently. I...

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Erroyl Royal 300 Watch Review

August 20, 2015

Erroyl have become a real hit since their launch late last year, and I’m proud to say that WIAA...

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Christopher Ward C9 5 Day Small Seconds Watch Review

August 10, 2015

Christopher Ward have been on a bit of a release frenzy recently, mainly thanks to their SH21 in-house movement....

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Dreyfuss & Co Seafarer Dual Time Watch Review

August 3, 2015

Dreyfuss and Co is a brand that doesn’t pop up too often. The company was established in 1924, and...

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Brathwait Classic Slim Steel Watch Review

July 26, 2015

Get 15% off all Brathwait orders by clicking here and using code JCF15! My original Brathwait Classic Slim Quartz...

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Apple Watch Review: A Week on the Wrist

I’m a self-confessed gadget lover. When a gadget is combined with a watch, then my mind explodes. So when...

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Invicta Pro Diver 9094 Watch Review

July 1, 2015

The Invicta Pro Diver 9094 has got a bit of a marmite following – you either love it, or...

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Etiqus Classic Tour Watch Review

June 29, 2015

I recently reviewed the Etiqus Sport Pro, which is a watch designed for golf lovers to be worn on...

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Birline Classic Watch Review

June 5, 2015

Birline was yet another successfully funded Kickstarter campaign in 2014. They surpassed their £6,000 goal by over £4k –...

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Scurfa Diver One Silicon Watch Review

May 18, 2015

Scurfa Watches are relatively new, and still reasonably unknown. They starter out by Paul Scurfield, who announced his new...

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Lapizta Zatara Watch Review

May 10, 2015

I’ve recently reviewed the Lapizta Oryx, a hefty watch heavily inspired by Motorsport racing, which was large and pretty...

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Melbourne Watch Co Parkville Watch Review

April 27, 2015

We’ve been a supporter of Melbourne Watch Co ever since they launched their first model, the Flinders. It’s still...

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G. Gerlach Orzel ORP 85A Watch Review

April 20, 2015

G. Gerlach have only really been on the watch making scene for around 3 years, but have already made...

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Lapizta Oryx Watch Review

April 14, 2015

Lapizta are a brand I haven’t heard too much of before, and I’m always up for starting new relationships...

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