Journal

A Great British Dambusters Adventure

A Great British Dambusters Adventure

September 17, 2020 1 min read

A recent adventure of ours led us to a very special place where history was once made - in 1943, Wing Commander Guy Gibson and his Dambusters crew practiced their flying techniques at Derwent Reservoir...
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Q&A with Climber Jim Pope

Q&A with Climber Jim Pope

September 10, 2020 3 min read

Climbing provides a great mental challenge which I think is really useful. When your stressed from work or whatever’s going on in your life its a great way to go and just switch off...
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Inside MWC - Part III - A Brief History of (MWC) Time

Inside MWC - Part III - A Brief History of (MWC) Time

September 03, 2020 5 min read

In our quest to offer exciting and unique watches we've tried a whole number of techniques, all so that we can get a better understanding of what's interesting, what works and what doesn’t...
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Q&A with Kayaker Dan Jones

Q&A with Kayaker Dan Jones

August 27, 2020 4 min read

In a beautiful and quiet corner of Wales we meet up with Dan Jones - an athlete and white water kayaker of only 18-years of age - to test our Morar Sands...
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Inside MWC - Part II - Why We Champion Mechanical Watches

Inside MWC - Part II - Why We Champion Mechanical Watches

August 20, 2020 3 min read

In a recent interview, we were asked why we champion mechanical watches over smart watches - and it got us thinking...
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Inside MWC - Part I - A New Series

Inside MWC - Part I - A New Series

August 06, 2020 2 min read

Join us on a journey as we explore and explain our 2020 watch designs, discussing how we bring our watches to market and what instructs their design...
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What Do All Those Cogs Do?

What Do All Those Cogs Do?

July 09, 2020 3 min read

What do all those cogs do? It’s a common question, especially with the Coniston, from customers who are seeing a mechanical movement for the first time...
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Moving to Scotland

Moving to Scotland

May 15, 2020 4 min read

Recently we embarked on our own adventure... the reasons for moving 400 miles north were simple; expansion, efficiency, and creativity. Not to mention the utter beauty of the Scottish landscape.
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Great British Endeavour - The Coniston Bluebird

Great British Endeavour - The Coniston Bluebird

May 01, 2020 3 min read

Donald achieved a top speed of over 320 miles per hour on the return leg of a record-breaking attempt - he then lost control of Bluebird, which somersaulted and crashed. Campbell tragically lost his life...
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Going Mobile

Going Mobile

April 24, 2020 4 min read

Our main finding was that it is possible to generate genetic data with the kit and equipment that can be carried in the back of a Land Rover. We proved that large labs are not necessary...
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Inspired by the Terra Nova Expedition

Inspired by the Terra Nova Expedition

April 17, 2020 4 min read

The Haskell Polar Blue Edition is a very special addition to the family; one which takes a closer look at the remarkable struggle and achievements of the Terra Nova expedition party amid the awe-inspiring setting of the Antarctic.
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Touching The Void

Touching The Void

March 27, 2020 9 min read

He set himself reduced, achievable goals, and using his “cheap watch” to time his efforts he would either celebrate them, or chastise himself for not hitting his target.
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