The exquisitely fine crafted Celadon watches aim to showcase the craft of Chinese artisans and promote a refined aesthetic that challenges perceptions of Chinese made watches. These beautiful watches definitely succeed in that goal.
To find out more or to place an order, get in touch with the Celadon Concierge who will help you with providing information pre-sale, arranging payment and delivery, after-sales support and service, and invitations to Connoisseurs Circle events (C4 events).
No-Watch primarily specializes in single hand, single hand backward and 24 hour Swiss quartz watches.
Most models are limited runs and the fit and finish is excellent. Check out Bert’s review of the CL1-1212 to see what you can expect. Available from no-watch.co.uk or svalbard.one or listed resellers.
Tempest is without a doubt a micro brand pioneer. Until their very successful Kickstarter campaign for the Tempest Carbon, forged carbon was a material only found in very expensive luxury brand watches. Their well built watches are produced to the highest standards using only top tier materials.
Blacklist are all about fast cars and fine watches. Their first two models, The Phantom and Renegade were big successes on Kickstarter with a third model, the Streetmatic, on the way.
Bristol Watch Company was founded by pilot Greg Youngs who has combined his passion for aviation and watches into an excellent collection of aviator watches. What really sets them apart is the incorporation of original materials from various aircraft.
There are three main collections, Historical, Tactical and Space & Commercial. The Historical models include material from a Battle of Britain Spitfire or B-25 Mitchell, The Tactical includes material from an A-10 Thunderbolt II or F-15 Eagle and the Space & Commercial includes material from Space Shuttle Atlantis or a Boeing 747-300.
All watches are available from the Bristol Watch Company online store.