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The parent company of the UK’s top selling brand, Sekonda, has bought well established British firm Accurist Watches. The sale marks the first time control of the Accurist business has passed from the Loftus family since they founded the company in 1947.
The new limited edition DSTB (Dial Side True Beat) from Arnold & Son is a tribute to the brand’s 250th anniversary. Part of the Instrument Collection, the DSTB features an in-house mechanical movement. The true beat seconds (also known as dead seconds which means the second hand ticks rather than sweeps,) is a traditional complication of Arnold & Son,
Wryst is a UK based affordable luxury brand with a range of Swiss made sports influenced watches. They have just launched two new collections which will retail for under £720 (US$1,200).
Ducati riding (and owning) Lego Technic enthusiast CEO of JHB Watches, Jan Binnendijk is a toolmaker turned independent watchmaker. He has recently produced entirely by himself, the prototype of a retro futuristic tool watch called the JHB Instrument 2.
As we all contemplate the mysterious fate of Malaysian Airlines flight 370, there is a new watch from JEANRICHARD which commemorates a much happier outcome to a downed aircraft which occurred on January 15th 2009.
Swiss watchmaker Claude Bernard, a brand which dates back to the mid 16th century, makes elegant, beautifully engineered watches. The new Lady Chronograph ushers in a new line of women’s watches adding a fresh young style to the Claude Bernard collection.
Smartwatches are steadily creeping onto the shelves of the major mobile phone service providers, trying to make a difference, vying to make themselves cool and relevant.
JEANRICHARD will be showcasing new versions of the 1681 series powered by an exclusive manufacture movement at Baselworld this year. With its cushion-shaped case, the watch has a modern geometrical design. The series pays tribute to Daniel Jeanrichard who made the first JEANRICHARD watches back in the late 17th century.
2013 was the year Rafael Nadal recovered from career threatening knee problems and took no less than ten tennis championship titles, including his eighth consecutive title at Roland Garros.