Spinnaker Cahill: Help For Heroes Special Editions

The UK Help For Heroes (HFH) is a charity that raises funds for wounded veterans of the UK armed forces, plus helps support their families. It does some very good work and so it is great to see Spinnaker launching a  range of Cahill watches, which include a 5% donation the HFH. The Cahill automatics…

Say Hello to Varon Chiri Watches, South Korea

It’s a great thing democracy. It gives people freedom to create things with their own money and spend that cash on whatever they want, rather than live in a feudal or communist system, where the State/Crown ultimately owns everything. Including you. There is a great democracy in watchmaking in the 21st century as well. You…

Boldr Odyssey Freediver GMT: Solid Performer

Boldr has added another Freediver to its range and we are loving their work. The Odyssey Freediver 40 and 45mm models are a nice looking range, with a  great tech spec, but the latest GMT version is even better. Here’s why. The styling is sharper and has the fashionable two toned bezel, in brown, green…

Grand Seiko Notes Govt Honour For Master Watchmaker

Proper watchmaking is still a human thing, depsite the steady march of the AI controlled machines. Sure, Rolex can bang out over a million watches a year and partly, that is down to automated machinery which designs, cuts, shapes, polishes and finishes all manner of parts and even assembles some of them using the sort…

MHD Daily Driver: 70s Rally Styling, Affordable Too

MHD has released its second Daily Driver chrono model and it’s a super cool retro watch, which taps into the 1970s endurance racing, rallying and the glory days of motorcycle GP. Lovely twin sub dials, interesting knurled details on the pushers and crown, plus that unusual case edging. Liking the Paddy Hopkirk style strap too….

Undone Aero Worldtimer Offers A Pan-Am Vibe

Undone are one of the more interesting Indie watch brands out there. Why? They want to create their own design stamp, rather than just knock out affordable homages to existing Swiss, German or Japanese watches. That’s always good news for us at NWC mag. The latest watch we spotted at Undone that might pique your…

Eza 1972 Diver Back in Stock

Some news from Eza, who have their 1972 Diver available again on the website. You have a choice of blue of black dials, there’s a Sellita SW200 auto movement inside, plus tropic straps. The steel case is 39.6mm wide, so this is an everyday watch if you like the look. It has a sapphire crystal…

Battle For Richemont Group Will Be Bad News For Watch Fans

Why does it matter who controls a giant watchmaking, jewellery and fashion brand corporation? For most people, it seems like an Apprentice style sideshow. But the battle for boardroom control at Richemont has long term implications. If you read the history of business, then you’ll know that it’s usually the product line that suffers when…