Our collections represent extreme engineering, adventure, courage and British heritage


From Captain Scott’s ill-fated Terra Nova expedition to the South Pole, to Donald Campbell’s speed-challenges of extreme engineering, we take inspiration from Great British people and places.

The Morar Collection

DESIGNED FOR THE DEPTHS. AT HOME IN THE HEIGHTS.

Taking its name from Loch Morar in Scotland, the deepest body of water in Britain at 310 meters, the Morar is designed for such depths whilst completely at home on dry land. 

The Coniston Collection

COURAGE IS NOT BEING FEARLESS

Inspiration behind the name came from Coniston Waters in the Lake District, which is famed for the Campbell family’s water speed record attempts. At 5 miles in length it was the perfect lake for Sir Malcolm Campbell to set a new record of 141.74 miles per hour in Bluebird K4 in 1939.

The haskell Collection

British Exploration

On the 1st November 1911 Captain Robert Falcon Scott set out on the Terra Nova Expedition to reach the South Pole. Eleven weeks later the naval officer became the first British explorer to ever reach the pole, but sadly perished on his return journey. 

The Atlantic Collection

TO SOAR INTO THE SKY

Inspired by the advent of lighter-than-air powered flight, the Atlantic has been designed through a process of deep research into the time period when flight was still a concept alien to most.

The SOLENT Collection

OUR OWN SENTINEL OF THE SEA.


When you think of great British sailors, the names Chichester, Knox-Johnston and Cowper come to mind. But one man quietly goes under the radar - Alec Rose, a fruit merchant from Southsea. His is a story of a dream realised through ambition and in turn becoming inspiration to millions of people. A story that inspired the Solent.


The coniston Collection

Courage is not being fearless


Inspiration behind the name came from Coniston Waters in the Lake District, which is famed for the Campbell family’s water speed record attempts. At 5 miles in length it was the perfect lake for Sir Malcolm Campbell to set a new record of 141.74 miles per hour in Bluebird K4 in 1939.


THE HASKELL COLLECTION

BRITISH EXPLORATION


On the 1st November 1911 Captain Robert Falcon Scott set out on the Terra Nova Expedition to reach the South Pole. Eleven weeks later the naval officer became the first British explorer to ever reach the pole, but sadly perished on his return journey. 


THE ATLANTIC COLLECTION

TO SOAR INTO THE SKY


Inspired by the advent of lighter-than-air powered flight, the Atlantic has been designed through a process of deep research into the time period when flight was still a concept alien to most.


HOW MARLOE BECAME AN ESTABLISHED BRITISH BRAND


In 2015, a simple twist of fate and brought together the two founders of Marloe Watch Company. Oliver & Gordon were intrigued by design, the slow-living counter culture, and beautiful mechanical watches - within a year, the first Marloe watch was created, and Marloe Watch Company was born.


Marloe design watches that they’re proud of, made by manufacturing partners who over the years have also become friends. Honest watches made with care and attention - unpretentious, proven quality.


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