All posts by Ben

Entrepreneur, philanthropist, technologist and watch collector, Ben is the founder of Wristworthy.

Why did Seiko ‘Downgrade’ the SKX?

Seiko have replaced the SKX with 27 watches that are less capabile than the watch they replace. We take a look at why and what this might mean for Seiko.

Vanguard MK2 Strap

Small changes add up to a big improvement as we look at Vanguard’s improved ‘MK2’ strap

NEWS: Wristworthy turns one year old!

We’re proud to announce that we have been publishing Wristworthy for a whole year and what a year it has been! In June 2018 we published our first article and since that article first hit

Spending Time: ChristopherWard Trident GMT

Has a flawed movement architecture ruined what could be a great watch? We find out as we spend time travelling with ChristopherWards’ latest GMT

Spending Time: Farer Leven

Founded in 2015, Farer is not your typical watch company. Their founders have a background in design, and since their first watches were released it has been apparent they are intentionally following their own trajectory,

NEWS: Tudor Release Black Bay P01 at Baselworld 2019

One of the most surprising watches to be released this year from BaselWorld has to be Tudor’s Black Bay P01… While the world was provided with teaser shots of an hour index close-up from Tudor

NEWS: Bremont Announce MBIII 10th Anniversary Limited Edition.

Celebrating 10 years of working with Martin Baker, today at their iconic townhouse event, Bremont announce their Martin Baker MBIII anniversary Limited Edition. Limited to just 310 pieces worldwide, the new MBIII Limited Edition features

NEWS: Bremont Announce Partnership with Ministry of Defence & New Armed Forces Collection at Iconic 2019 Townhouse Event

Today at their annual Townhouse event, Bremont announced their partnership with the Ministry of Defence and in celebration of this, their new Armed Forces Collection. The new HMAF (Her Majesty’s Armed Forces) collection signifies a

NEWS: Omega’s legendary Calibre 321 is back in production!

To mark the celebration of 50 years since the Apollo 11 moon landing, Omega have announced that they have put the infamous Calibre 321 movement back into production! Over the last 2 years and operating

An introduction to chronographs movements

When it comes to chronographs, the movement is king, but did you know that there are a number of different ways of making a chronograph movement? Manufacturers will typically charge a hefty premium for a