Watch Buying Guide

Buying a watch can an overwhelming mission; with so many watches available it can be hard to know where to begin? Our watch buying guide is designed to help answer any queries you may have and make your watch buying journey a pleasurable one..

Watch Buying Guide

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Watch Buying Guide

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Choosing the Right Watch

Hundreds, if not thousands... that’s how many options you have before you when it comes to selecting a watch. It can be confusing, to say the least. So allow us to lay out the process step by step, along the way we’ll explain each choice and every option before you.


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Why Buy a Watch from Bradleys

Your next watch - let’s face it, you have an endless choice of retailers to select from… tens of shops line the city streets, hundreds of choices when it comes to mail order, thousands of names available online. Where to start? Who to choose? How to tell the difference? Soon, you can be completely bewildered with options.


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Watch Trends 2017/2018

We stand on the cusp of the most exciting season for the fashion world, and the globe has recently watched intently as Kaia Gerber, Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid sashayed down the catwalks of Paris Fashion Week. It then seems only right that we set our sights on the autumn/winter trends of 2017/2018 for the world of watches. Here we take a peek into the collections of some of the hottest brands in this realm – the Michael Kors, Olivia Burtons, and Mondaines of this world, to explore just what’s in store in the months to come. Time for a countdown!


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Brand Focus – Raymond Weil

Meet Raymond Weil. Summed up in four words, this watch brand would be luxurious, Swiss, heritage, musical. Inspired and influenced by arts and music, Raymond Weil sets itself apart from the traditional crowd. Let’s take a wander through the world of the globally-renowned Raymond Weil.


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Watch Movements – All You Need to Know

Fundamentally there are two types of watch – those that feature quartz movements, powered by batteries, and those that are designed to be powered by the energy generated by your arm motions or by the winding of the so-called crown. One is not to be confused with the other, but they are frequently mixed up and misunderstood – so let’s demystify this area of watchmanship.


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A Brief History Of Watches

Fascinating, beguiling, full of facts, stats and milestones… who knew that the road to today was so intriguing for the world of watches? Here’s how we got here, one important milestone at a time.


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