The Watch Review Site is ONE…..

We are One…….. Woo Hoo….

Yes it has been one year since we launched The Watch Review Site and to celebrate and thank you all for tuning in to our posts and articles in our first year we have teamed up with David Mason London and Steveo Straps to give you the chance to receive a David Mason DM1b as pictured below with a hand made Steveo Strap. Sorry but we will have to pick the strap for you unless you email us on with your preference from Steveos Site and if you win we will try and make sure you get the strap you want, there will be a delay in delivery as the strap needs to be made after the winners announced, small price to pay for your own choice of strap.


dm1b by alp

David Mason London is one of the new kids on the block in the British watch industry and we have it on good authority that they are making strides towards bringing to market a fantastic offering for us watch enthusiasts and lovers..

Since there inaugural watches reviewed here, they have revamped their corporate image and logo, got a new website and have committed to produce British Designed Swiss Made timepieces. We have had a sneak peek at whats to come and we are pleasantly surprised, there’s swiss made auto’s, auto chrono’s and some very affordable quartz chrono’s and more.

SteveoStraps is also a British based business, who has been on our radar here at TWRS for a while, his products are all handmade right here in the UK, by his own fair hands and the quality is fantastic.

Steveostraps was born in Surrey UK as a hobby in 2009. Each strap is handmade and takes approx 2 hours to make. The leathers are sourced from a wholesale supplier in Birmingham which gives Steveo a massive selection of textures and colours to work with. Being handmade means that no two straps will be identical so you can be sure of an original watchband for your timepiece.


To ENTER just register for The Watch Review Site Newsletter on the right in the sidebar, or login and leave a comment below…. Don’t forget if you leave a comment mention your strap choice if you can.


Photograph courtesy of David Mason London and Andrew Lofthouse Photography



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