The Complete Guide to Daniel Wellington Watches is a blog that covers all parts of the brand’s product offering from their assembling cycle to the various styles that they offer. It likewise remembers data for how to focus on
A luxury watch can make a great gift. People always get a lot of attention when they wear luxury watches. It seems like everyone wants to know where they bought it or the features. Wearing Seiko luxury watches compliments the wearer to
Image: Ulysse Nardin To be clear about this, if you have not read the other articles on sustainability in watchmaking, there are bound to be plenty of disagreements on how to define a sustainable watch. Even for a climate-neutral company
The lever escapement was invented by Thomas Mudge in 1854 in a bid to provide timekeeping capabilities superior to those of other portable timekeepers. How well this goal has been achieved is attested by the accuracy of modern wristwatches, albeit
Image: A. Lange & Söhne When shopping for a new men’s watch, the sheer number of brands available might be intimidating. Which ones are genuinely good, what should you avoid, and what are those hidden gems found on Secret Sales?
Image: Rolex Continuing from our previous article on titanium wristwatches, we continue to talk about the material properties of this metal. The heavyweights of the lightweights Titanium is so popular as a material in watchmaking that it is sometimes thought
Image: Tissot Though we spent plenty of pages last year looking at high-tech ceramics in watchmaking, the most timely story to pursue would have been titanium. As you no doubt know, dear reader, 2020 marked 50 years since Japanese watchmaker
The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner, the archetype of the divers’ watch, epitomises the historic link between Rolex and underwater exploration. In 1969, Rolex unveiled the Submariner Date, a version of the model with a date function. Image: Rolex Inscribed on