Owen & Robinson’s review to Blancpain Watches

Manufacturers of this famous Fifty Fathoms view, Blancpain are developing Swiss watches the traditional way for more than 280 years and possess a rich heritage steeped in success to look back on. The company was setting the trend for modern-day timekeeping for many a decade, producing iconic timepieces such as the Villeret using its intentionally… Read More »

Save over £140 on the slick Casio Edifice watch with this code review

Christmas presents aren’t easy to pinpoint, unless you’re among the highly skilled people who makes gifting into an art form.Many of you will not have your listing completely ticked off having ideal presents for all your nearest and dearest, which is OK. There’s still lots of time to pick up amazing bargains, particularly as retailers… Read More »

Franck Muller Makes Watches More Interesting

Muller realised early that there was a need for unique and complex watches. Consequently, he chose to frequently produce complications which the world had never seen before. Muller has been creating highly complicated handcrafted and innovative watches challenging a traditional industry that values tradition over novelty. In 1987 and 1986, Muller introduced a tourbillon with… Read More »

Our Top 6 Picks from the Seiko Astron Collection

Inspired by the tennis celebrity, the Seiko Astron Novak Djokovic Limited Edition boasts a well-balanced design that preserves functionality, style and a sporty layout makeup. Inspired by a GPS solar technology, the watch features world time functions, in addition to a black dial showing a date display at 12 o’clock, two sub-dials. Employ this timepiece… Read More »

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore watches new additions to the Royal Oak Offshore family for 2020 encompass a choice of precious metals and materials

How enlightening it would be to turn back the clock to 1972, when Audemars Piguet and mythical watch designer Gerald Genta were producing the Royal Oak watch. Were they all anxious about launching a timepiece that would eventually become not just a new genre but the defining genre of this post-quartz era Who, at the… Read More »

This watch is suitable for anyone to wear

The very initial Rolex GMT Master II was released in partnership with Pan American Airways for long-distance flights. It featured a screen to enable the flight crew rotate it as well as to place their view based on the time zone. Rolex GMT Master II’s creation was launched from the early 1980s. Since then, it… Read More »

Best square watches for a more sophisticated timepiece review

A master of design, Rado’s latest additions to the True Square line feature the self-winding C07 motion, which is observable both front and back thanks to a trendy, skeletonised dial and sapphire crystal caseback. The 38 x 44.2millimeter monobloc bracelet and case of Ref 734.6086.3.016 are in glossy black, high-tech ceramic. The blackened dial parts… Read More »