Blog posts about movement

All Stations Are Go at Christopher Ward London

It has indeed been a busy old time at Christopher Ward, in the heart of their operations in the UK. For many watch enthusiasts, last July’s stunning launch of Christopher Ward’s first in-house movement, Calibre SH21, provoked the industry’s quote of the year when the CEO of a major Swiss brand indignantly retorted, ‘What gives you […]

Wright Brothers, meet the English Brothers – Bremont Wright Flyer Limited Edition

Modern overseas vacations would not be possible. Trans-Atlantic flights a pipe dream. Even flying to Space, literally blue-sky thinking. That is until the Wright brothers in 1903 made the first successful powered flight, in the eponymously named Wright Flyer. On a windswept beach at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA, history was made. The aeronautical age […]

Proper Maintenance of a Rolex – Part I

Many new to Rolex ownership (or mechanical watch ownership in general) may not be aware of what is needed to do to properly maintain a Rolex watch. Mechanical watches are different from the typical quartz watches most people are accustomed to wearing. Generally speaking, there really isn’t much to do to a quartz watch to keep […]