November Deals on Sekonda and Accurist

Sekonda and Accurist watches offer durable build quality and decent prices. We also love a bargain, so check out Sekonda’s Black November deals. Plus we browse the Rubicon Watches site for Accurist deals. OK, here goes, The Sekonda Sports with black dial and a tasty little bit of red paint on the bezel is a…

Casio’s Haribo Baby G is a Fun Xmas Gift Idea

Do you love the Haribo Police? They’re just like the real UK Police except they eat sweets and watch eco crims block the roads, rather than arrest them. Oh what larks! Well you can celebrate your Haribo love via a new Casio watch too. This fun fashion watch has a cheerful vibe, kinda child-like of…

Honda Fan? Seiko Super Cub Edition is Just For You

You could argue that the humble Honda C50 Cub was the one mode of transport that revolutionised society in the 20th century. Yes, the Beetle was a cheap mass produced car, but it was still beyond the reach of many Germans in the 1930s, it was – like the electric SUVs of today – a…

Rolex Just Dropped a New Dive Watch, Rated at 12,800 Feet. Seriously

No often you see a new Rolex being released especially one that has a depth rating of over 12,000 feet. This Oyster Perpetual Deepsea Challenge celebrates James Cameron’s super deep diving missions. Yes, there is going to be the Mother of All Waiting Lists for this one. The 44mm case watch has the 32 series…

Bremont’s H1 Trilogy is Remarkable, Bold & Truly British

Big news from British watch brand Bremont. They have launched the new H1 range with the in-house ENG300 calibre movement inside. This is a great step for Bremont and watch manufacturing in general, as UK watch brands have been buying in movements – at least for volume manufacture – since the old Smiths-Triumph empire collapsed…

Would You Like to Own Part of a UK Watch Company?

Marloe in Scotland are about to launch their second Crowdcube campaign, which will see the young watchmaking brand gather some more financial support needed for international growth. No two ways about it, no matter how good the product is, you need distribution and marketing support in key markets like China, USA, Dubai and many other…

Alpina Alpiner. Does it Make Sense Sense?

A refreshed Alpina Alpiner Extreme makes an interesting alternative to a Swiss prestige brand adventure watch. That name though, sounds odd repeating it. But you have to admit the name is perfect for trekking, boarding and ski-ing fans of course. Plus that waffle dial and screwdown bezel gives this one an AP vibe. At 41mm…

Farer Adds New Dial Colours to Their Cushion Case Range

British watch brand Farer has added three new colourways to its cushion case range, which make a nice retro alternative. There is a salmon/grey colour, green and a blue/grey combo.  Each retails at £895 and has a Swiss Sellita auto movement inside the 38.5,mm case. The caseback is see-thru and the movement is decorated too,…