About Us
 
TimepieceReview is an internet based resource established with the aim of providing information and news as well as independent watch reviews. We understand that not everyone interested in fine watches is an expert and we also understand the importance of finding the right watch.
 
A watch is a very personal item that speaks about your character and a superior timepiece shows your appreciation of quality and the finer things in life. We know that everyone has their own individual tastes and needs, so the aim of our team is to highlight the attributes of each watch and offer our thoughts.
 
Our team of experts, collectors and enthusiasts assess the pros and cons of every watch based on two main areas; form and function. Our reviews are totally independent and our goal is to present honest, useful information. In order to ensure we offer the best possible advice, our company only advertises for selected independant retailers and is not affiliated with any individual brands.
 
Each member of the team prides themselves on a wealth of knowledge and undstanding of the watch industry, our team travels across the globe throughout the year including every important event, so that we can give you an insight into the newest products and bring you the lastest news, as it happens.
 
The Team
 
Daniel McNutt - "There is an undeniable charm to mechanical timepieces, they represent an ancient craft that has always fascinated me. The watch industry has evolved a great deal since the times of greats such as Breguet, yet the traditional values remain, as does the quest for timeless perfection."
 
Matthew McNutt - "A background in engineering gives me a great appreciation of quality watches. The degree of prescision required to make every element of a timepiece demands respect, but a person's connection with a watch derives from the emotion that it provokes."
 
Shae Spreafico - "The watch is one of the greatest battlefields of art and science. And in Switzerland, the names Breguet, Jaquet Droz and Genta resound as powerfully as Bernoulli, Bocklin and Klee."
 
William Steed - "A well made watch is a companion that will serve a person for many years and so it must compliment the wearer and suit their needs. A fine watch is something of intrinsic value, both emotional and practical."
     
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