Baselworld 2018: Arnold & Son Globetrotter Watch

By Carl Scutt It may come as some surprise to our readers that being a Brit comes with a mixed bag of emotions. On one hand, I know we as a nation have a rich history, but recent political events have really taken the shine off being British. There are, however, reasons to feel a sense

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Arnold & Son UTTE Watch Hands-On


By Osheen Arakelian Arnold & Son recently unveiled 2 new beautiful timepieces to compliment the already impressive Instrument Collection range. Aptly named the Arnold & Son UTTE that stands for ultra-thin tourbillon escapement, the new editions have become some of the world’s thinnest wristwatches measuring in at an incredibly thin 8.34mm in overall size (and that

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Only Watch 2017: Arnold & Son Time Pyramid

I’m aware that I’m assuming a lot. After all, you are on a website dedicated to wristwatches, but most watch geeks might struggle with the name. “Arnold… Arnold… isn’t he an ambassador for Baume & Mercier? No, is he the new watchmaker at Mont Blanc?”, or something like that. This is a crying shame as

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Arnold & Son DSTB Ref. 1ATAW.L04A.C121W Watch – White Gold Case with Domed and White Lacquered Sapphire Dial

Arnold & Son DSTB 2

By Jovan Krstevski Looks like we are going to have a white gold limited edition DTSB featuring the outstanding craftsmanship of Arnold & Son. To the uninitiated, the DTSB (Dial Side True Beat) features an exhibition movement that is solely used on chronometers. What I am excited for are the price points of these mechanical timepieces

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Arnold & Son Unveils the Golden Wheel: World’s First Wandering Hours and True Beat Seconds Watch


By Osheen Arakelian With a rich British watchmaking heritage that dates back to the 18th century, Arnold & Son masterfully reinterprets history with a visionary eye to the future. Underscoring its watchmaking prowess, Arnold & Son regularly unveils complicated watches with a unique twist. The patented Golden Wheel deftly reflects the brand’s ingenuity and commitment to

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Arnold & Son UTTE

UTTE Arnold & Son releases world’s thinnest tourbillon watch and demonstrates the brand’s technical prowess In a move that boldly underscores its watchmaking prowess and defines its inventive British heritage, Arnold & Son unveils a record-breaking watch: the world’s thinnest tourbillon watch on the market today – with the final cased watch measuring a mere

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Arnold & Son TB Victory Watch

TB Victory A fitting tribute to England’s most famous warship: the TB Victory from Arnold & Son The designers of Arnold & Son’s Instrument Collection took their inspiration from the distinctive instrument-like chronometers produced by John Arnold and his son, John Roger Arnold. These delivered the robustness, reliability and down-to-the-second precision needed by marine navigators

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It’s About Time for Arnold & Son. Introducing the Limited Edition DTE “Double Tourbillon Escapement”


        After 250 years of watchmaking expertise, it seems kind of odd to think that Arnold & Son is not among the industry’s most acclaimed names in the world of watches.  The british-born brand counts with a Swiss manufacture and a highly innovative team that comes up with timepieces that can easily

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Arnold & Son Instrument CTB Watch


Published by Pierre-Paul Godts       Press Release: Arnold & Son Unveils the World’s First True Beat Seconds and Chronograph Wristwatch: the Instrument CTB With rich British heritage and unparalleled style, Arnold & Son never ceases to amaze and delight watch lovers with its deft blend of respected watchmaking tradition, visionary ingenuity and untiring commitment

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Arnold & Son’s TE8 Métiers d’Art I Watch

Published by Pierre-Paul Godts     Arnold & Son’s – TE8 Métiers d’Art I TE8 Métiers d’Art I Timeless elegance, handcraft and innovative technology. True to its English watchmaking and handcraft heritage, Arnold & Son unveils the TE8 Métiers d’Art I, limited to only eight exclusive timepieces. Inspired by the pocket watches made during the earlier

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