You can while away a pleasant tea break by using the Bamford London watch customiser, to create your very own variation on the latest Zenith Defy model. Bamford are famous for their reworked Rolex, TAG and Zenith El Primero designs but this puts the consumer in the driving seat on the Defy model. You can see our Tony Hart tweakings in the header image and … Continue reading MOD Watches: Zenith Defy Classic, With a Bamford Twist
Do you like quirky watches? NWC does, there’s a purple dial Storm watch in the Editor’s low budget collection. But you can get more left field than that, like no hands on the dial at all. Step forward Lytt Labs. Yes, the Lytt Labs `look Ma no hands’ Inception is on offer with some useful discounts right now. This Singapore based brand makes unusual watches … Continue reading Big Saving On Lytt Labs Inception Right Now
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 two popular ETA movements by the way or two version … Continue reading Fancy Building Your Own MOD Grand Seiko?
Brew Watches are doing things differently and we like that approach. The latest model, the Metric has plenty of colour on the dial, with yellow, orange and turquoise all blending together somehow on a black dial – which features cut-out sections. It’s a striking look and inside there is the trusty Seiko VK Meca-Quartz movement, so you get reliable timekeeping as standard. Steel case, bracelet … Continue reading Brew Watch Metric Has a Unique Edge
Until today I’d never heard of anOrdain, a Scottish watchmaker that’s doing things the old way, using skilled people to actually manufacture watches. OK, spoiler alert, they are using Swiss movements, so this isn’t a totally in-house, soup-to-nuts operation like Patek Philipe, but Rome wasn’t built in a day so give me a chance to tell you more about what they are doing, and why … Continue reading anOrdain Aren’t a Watch Brand. They Are Manufacturing. Big Difference