Accurist Origin Skeleton: Respectable Tissot PRX Rival?

The Accurist Origin model comes in various dial colours and the Seiko powered automatic makes a decent choice if you’re on a budget. It’s in the Sale now at £251 on the UK site, which is more appealing than the RRP of about £100 more. In the end, there are lots of Seiko NH70 power automatics out there, with many of those Indie brand watches … Continue reading Accurist Origin Skeleton: Respectable Tissot PRX Rival?

Marloe At The British Motor Show

This weekend sees the British Motor Show take place at Farnborough, which is a nice day out for all petrolheads, plus those who like battery pack cars too, plenty of those on show. The Live Arena is worth checking out, there are motorcycle test rides too for all you bikers and inside one of the Halls you’ll find UK watch brand Marloe, who make some … Continue reading Marloe At The British Motor Show

Newmark Launches Three Heritage Editions

Newmark is one of those British watch brands that slips under most people’s radar, pretty apt for a brand involved in supplying the UK Armed Forces for many years in the past. The 6BB Chrono, (above) 71 Sport and 52 Field all tap into that rich military watch heritage, but feature modern movements and touches like sapphire crystals, C3 lume and 316 grade stainless steel … Continue reading Newmark Launches Three Heritage Editions

Bremont Fury: Made-to-Order Bespoke Pilot Watch

We love air travel at NWC. Sadly, I don’t have a pilot’s license, although I did get to turn a 1919 Sopwith biplane about 180 degrees over Barton aerodrome one time. Great feeling. So I understand why people like Pilot type watches. Big dials, wide cases, big numbers and huge crowns. Sure, we don’t fly aircraft wearing motorcycle gauntlets anymore, but the romance kinda drives … Continue reading Bremont Fury: Made-to-Order Bespoke Pilot Watch

Bremont Williams F1 Racing Limited Edition

Do you remember the Williams F1 racing team? Once a byword for winning in Formula One, they kinda got overshadowed by the Merc vs Red Bull battle of modern times. But if you are a devotee then Bremont has a limited edition Williams WR-45 chronograph which retails for £5,795. Is it worth it? We only ask the question as the watch is rather plain, black … Continue reading Bremont Williams F1 Racing Limited Edition

New Stuff: Farer AquaMatics Catch The Wave

Farer has launched a new line up of watches for summer, featuring bright dial colours, Swiss auto movements, 200m of water resistance and 38.5mm wide steel cases. All rounder or dive watch? Your choice really as the AquaMatic can do both jobs. Our fave from the range is the Nazare, (above) which celebrates the epic big wave surf off the coast of Portugal. With a … Continue reading New Stuff: Farer AquaMatics Catch The Wave

Bremont Broadsword Recon: Dirty Deeds Done Good

The Dirty Dozen movie inspired a generation of watch fans to buy a field watch, or milspec if you prefer. Something functional, unshowy and containing lots of lume so that night time timekeeping was available at a glance. Sure, not everyone is a night shift worker, badger den watcher, or serves in the military, but there are lots of reasons why you want a rugged … Continue reading Bremont Broadsword Recon: Dirty Deeds Done Good

Farer’s Moonage Daydream

Farer has launched a range of Moonphase watches, which celebrate pioneers in astrophysics, plus offer classic dress watch styling details. The three Eddington, Halley and Burbidge models all have 38mm cases, chamfered towards the lugs in a 1930s Deco streamlined style. They also have a dappled effect on the side of the case. Salmon, sky blue or night sky deep blue are your dial colour … Continue reading Farer’s Moonage Daydream