Review: Breitling Superocean Heritage Chrono 46

The Brand Founded in 1884 in Grenchen, Breitling are one of the last independent, family-run Swiss watchmakers. With a tradition of fine-precision chronometers designed with the aviation industry in mind, Breitling have long been considered at the forefront of quality watchmaking. How does it look and feel? The first time you put this watch on your wrist, you can feel the quality just oozing out of it! The steel mesh bracelet looks…

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Brand Focus: Bell and Ross

Bell & Ross are luxury French watch manufacturers founded in 1992 by the Swiss watch designer Bruno Belamich and his business associate Carlos A. Rosillo. In the early days, their watches were made by a German manufacturer called Sinn. Early models carried the logo of both Sinn and Bell & Ross. In 2002, Bell & Ross took the decision to break free from this relationship and began manufaturing their watches in La Chaux-de-Fonds,…

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Whole Different Galaxy!

I’ll put it out there, I am not a fan of Apple. Shock, horror, hide my address for fear of hate mail! I am sure all the hoards of people who own an Apple product, any Apple product, absolutely love it and will not hear a word said against it. But, I have never been a fan. I find their products over-rated, over-complicated, over-expensive and quite manipulative. What I mean…

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Review: Nomos Glashütte Club

My first Nomos watches review! The Brand You may not have heard of Nomos Glashütte. They are a watchmaking company based in Glashütte, Germany, founded in 1990 by Roland Schwertner. The brand has been gathering increasing respect in the industry and they now employ around 200 staff and maintain the traditional watchmaking methods. Indeed, their watches are adjusted to six positions, which cannot be said for many watches, regardless of price. The…

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How ‘Smart’ do you need your watch to be?

Do you just need your watch to tell you the time and, maybe, the date? Or do you want something more? There was a time when the definition of a smart watch was one that told the correct time! It could even tell you what time it was in New York! Technology prevails? Well, that was a different millennium. Now, we have the ‘smart’ watch, which can connect to the internet, download…

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Why Wrist Furniture?

Why did I create this blog? You can view the full story in the About Me page but, simply, I have an (unhealthy) obsession with watches. The only thing stopping me is lack of finances! If money was no object, I would probably have a house full of watches of every different shape, size and colour. Until that happens, however, I will have to make do with looking at watches…

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Five new TAGs to choose from!

At Baselworld 2016, TAG Heuer announced five new models in their Aquaracer series. Aquaracer 300M The TAG Heuer Aquaracer 300M gents watch features an increased 43mm diameter case in stainless steel, with a studded bezel made of polished ceramic. The magnifying date window, introduced last year, remains. The brains of the beast features TAG’s automatic Caliber 5, rapid date-correction and a power reserve of 38 hours. As the name suggests,…

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Rent a watch?

Watch rental is a new concept currently being operated by a Company called Eleven James in the United States. It is a membership club and they rent luxury watches to their customers. For a fee of $149 per month, they receive a new timepiece every quarter. Sounds like a good idea, but will this catch on in the UK? Take a look at the video, in which the CEO of Eleven James,…

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