Watches

Christopher Ward C700 Grande Rapide Automatic Chronograph The Christopher Ward C700 Grand Rapide is, “quite simply, a magnificent example of the automatic chronograph genre”. It’s movement is supplied by the Eta 7750, through to the Formula One inspired laser precision carbon-fibre dial, this watch represents the apotheosis of Christopher Wards watchmaking skills upto this point in […]

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Christopher Ward C11 MSL Black Manta MK I – Hands On Watch Review Written by D Constant for The Watch Review Site We have the pleasure of undertaking a ‘hands on’ watch review of the New Christopher Ward C11 MSL Black Manta Mk1, which is currently available for pre-order via the Christopher Ward London Limited […]

88 Rue Du Rhone Launch in the UK at The Watch Hut   Written by Chris Derrer – Blogger for The Watch Hut One of Switzerland’s newest watch companies has begun trading here in the UK, having only been founded back in 2011, 88 Rue Du Rhone watches may be the new kids on the block, but […]

A new Size for Panerai Best Selling Collection Panerai Luminor Marina 1950 3 Days – 42mm Written by: D Constant for The Watch Review Site  So Panerai have begun to experiment with their trusted Luminor Marina, This being one of their most respected and the mainstay in the Panerai collection along with being the watchmakers bestseller of […]

Limited Edition Red – Breitling Superocean Chronograph II By D Constant for The Watch Review Site So the Breitling Superocean Chrono II see’s REDDDDDDDD Well what are your initial thoughts from the photo, quick glance first please So Breitling have opted to introduce a limited edition Superocean Chronograph II to the market, or should I […]

JeanRichard’s Aquascope Lady “Night” Gives a Feminine Twist to the Dive Watch   I know we have covered the JeanRichard Aquascope before here at The Watch Review Site, but we stumbled across this piece written by the lovely and very knowledgeable Meehna Goldsmith of www.watchmatchmaker.com (one of our contributors) and had to share it with you all, […]

Vacheron Constantin Patrimony Contemporaine reference 81180 – Do we need more?   Written by Martin Green Sometimes high end watch making seems like an endless challenge of making watches as complicated as possible. Especially in the last decade we’ve run out of complications to combine, since everything has already been tried. So we come up […]

Meet the new English watch brand Mar 7, 2012             Giles Ellis is the founder of new English watch brand Schofield. It has taken several years of research, design and manufacture but fledgling English watch brand Schofield is finally ready to wow the watch connoisseurs. Kathryn Bishop meets its perfectionist […]

The Jacob & Co. Grand Collection mingles the exuberant spirit of the iconic Five Timezones watch with the intoxicating atmosphere of freedom in watches that express all the glamour and luxury of the Jet Age in a decidedly contemporary flavour. The Grand Collection is like the original Five Timezones watch in displaying the local time, as […]

The stars come out at night, and nowhere more so than in the world of Jacob & Co., a name synonymous with the nocturnal world of glamour, intrigue, and international excitement. One of the most daring new intro­ductions from Jacob & Co. the Ghost Collection lives up to its name by appearing mysteriously out of […]

Jacob & Co. Watches G5 Series – Galega Collection

23 February 2012

The Jacob & Co. Galega collection brings the pentagonal form to the wrist in its most pure form, and as such represents a statement on the wrist of uncompromising style and personal daring. The overall shape is the canvas for a stun­ning array of precious materials and evocative combinations which represent a thoroughly contemporary vision of […]

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