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  At the start of the year I compared the Black Bay 58 to a Rolex Sea Dweller 16600. The comparison seemed to go down pretty well so I thought I’d do another, and the guys on the Christopher Ward Enthusiasts Facebook group gave me...
With the release of the new Bond watch from Omega for the upcoming No Time To Die, a question popped in to my head: What watch would Fleming’s literary 007 wear today? In the films, Bond has one (or even two) new watches for each...
  We all know that rightly or wrongly, Rolex hold the crown when it comes to Swiss dive watches. Their reputation precedes them, and as a result new Submariners and Sea-Dwellers are in short supply. It’s therefore only natural that many people would consider buying...
In the age of the Internet, small independent brands can be found in virtually every industry, whether it’s your local coffee roaster, micro-brewery, or tech start-up. Horology is no exception to this phenomena, and most watch collectors will certainly be aware of a few microbrands,...
As any Christopher Ward fan knows, their best-selling models by far are their Trident range. This is hardly surprising as everyone loves a diver. Christopher Ward have naturally taken advantage of this, and also of the demand for vintage pieces, and have brought out a...
Most of us in the watch community have come across Christopher Ward during our time in the hobby. The young British brand aims to offer all the quality benefits of a heritage Swiss name, but without the hefty price tag, thanks to their direct online...
The vintage watch market is on fire right now, and none more so than brands whose modern incarnations are popular. Tudor is one such brand. Tudor was founded by Rolex creator Hans Wilsdorf in 1946, with the aim of providing affordable watches that still had...