Back in the 1970’s, YEMA launched its first revolving disc watch collection which was highly sought-after by Japanese YEMA fans. This contemporary DIGIDISC Japan Edition uses YEMA’s automatic In-house Caliber to produce a (semi) digital time display using discs that… Read More ›

Retro Watches

Another Christmas present, this time from Joanne, was the Retro Watches: The Modern Collector’s Guide book. It is under £15 to purchase, which is a crazy price considering the quality of the book materials and the content, and it really… Read More ›

The Year That Warped Time

There’s a science to the perception of time. We’ve all got an “internal clock,” and have memory that helps measure duration and distance between events. There’s a word, zeitgeber, to describe those natural occurrences (like sunlight and seasons) by which our circadian… Read More ›

The 1989 Batmobile desk clock

The whole piece is made of the finest materials – carefully selected for their technical properties and refinement. The bodywork in black aluminium composite, with aeronautical grade scratch protection coating, magnificently shapes the 1989 Batmobile desk clock, reproducing the same… Read More ›

The Montblanc 1858

The Montblanc 1858 product line is inspired by the legendary professional Minerva watches from the 1920s and 1930s which were conceived for military use and exploration. Reinterpreting these legendary timepieces, the Montblanc 1858 product line expresses the spirit of mountain… Read More ›

How much?

The latest addition to our travel and storage section, these cases were born out of our desire for more efficient flat storage or travel cases without sacrificing the safety of our watches. These cases are made using a special, intensive… Read More ›

We do because we can

The world’s thinnest mechanical wristwatch may have only 167 parts, compared to the 269-part tourbillons and 407-part minute repeaters his colleagues contend with, but the fact of the matter is that ultra-thin watches featuring nothing more than the hours and… Read More ›