Rado Captain Cook Ceramic Diver Is Interesting

Making a dive watch from a ceramic material is interesting, because most dive watches with 300m of resistance are steel. In reality there is some metal within the High Tech Ceramic material that Rado use, which obviously reduces the natural brittleness that pure ceramics often have. You can learn more here btw; OK, more about…

Can Recycled Watches Help Save The Planet?

As activists around the developed world furiously try to impose their Marxist utopian visions on the rest of us, one target in their sights in consumerism itself. XR and many others want us to consume less – of everything; from meat to fast fashion, plastic to Swiss watches. Those who disobey this edict can often…

Fancy Building Your Own MOD Grand Seiko?

MOD watches are great because you put your own spin on an OEM watch, with different dials, hands, bezels etc. But for those who like the udnerstated elegance of a Grand Seiko, Lucious Atelier has news for you – you can buy a 36mm/39mm case as a starting point. The case is designed to accept…

Crimewatch: Round-Up of Rolex Thieves

Latest round up of Rolex thefts we spotted across the UK; PRESTON Ramsdens, like all pawnbrokers, is a target for watch thieves, as they have a wide selection of pre-owned Rolex items in stock. Usually staff are trained to secure the door when customers are in the shop, but thieves often get an accomplice to…

Namoki MODS: Sale On, Plus Capt Willard On The Way

Namoki MODS has a sale on right now, with some handsome SKX dive models on offer for around £270, plus UK import duty n VAT etc. What we love about these watches is that you can customise the watch with Batman blue/black bezels, different dials etc – whatever you like from teh extensive Namoki range….

First MOD Build Fear? Namoki Has a Solution

Namoki Mods have solved one of the big problems for a great many novice watch customisers and Modders. Namely, the fear of the cracking crystal in the press! You see it isn’t easy fitting a crystal, and when you have paid decent money for a sapphire crystal, that can really spoil your day. Often it’s…

Zelos Revives Mako V3 – New Burgundy Fume Dial

Zelos are one of our fave dive watch brands and the reason is simple; great spec for a very reasonable price. You cannot argue at paying around $400 for a 300m dive watch, with a bronze case, sapphire crystal and handsome dial options. Oh yes and super luminova markers and hands too. The popular Mako…