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  • A toast to Russian watches

    If you’re looking for a mechanical watch but don’t want to shell out the serious money demanded by most Swiss watch brands, there is another option besides the more mainstream and commonplace Japanese brands. And more
  • Sekonda: Britain’s best selling watch

    Sekonda is by far the UK’s number one selling watch brand, it’s the first brand you see on the high street in every town in Britain. It’s the UK’s answer to Timex, even though Britain more
  • Omega in space

    Omega watches have an enviable reputation as a watch that is rugged enough to go in to space. The watches accompanied American astronauts on their Apollo and Saturn missions and the brand is still in more
  • Russian watches

    Many watch lovers will recognise the symptoms of New-watch-itis. It starts as a mild sense of longing, perhaps too much time spent lingering on Ebay, gazing forlornly in watch shop windows, or peering benignly at watch more
  • Russian Christmas overtures

    For many watch enthusiasts, anything produced East of Switzerland should be viewed with suspicion if not outright contempt, but there’s no denying the pleasure of exploring and acquiring some excellent Russian watches. Poljot and Vostok stock more