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  • Watches Explained: Lume


    The pursuit of round the clock readability may just surpise you.

    Read on to find out just how we got to the stunning blue glow of Super-LumiNova.

  • Servicing. The when and why.


    Inside the aesthetic shell of a watch is a delicate eco-system of precision engineered parts which, if not cared for, will one day come to a grinding halt.

    Read on to find out just what servicing of your watch entails.

  • What Not To Do With Your Watch

    You'll want to avoid these common mistakes that can stop the beating heart of your new watch.
  • Do I Need a Watch in 2023?

    Before the invention and widespread use of the mobile phones, a watch was an essential piece of equipment and the main way people could keep track of time while on the move. But in this day and age, is there any merit to wearing a watch?
  • Watches Explained: Shock Resistance

    The year 1934 saw one of the greatest innovations in mechanical movement technology.

    In this edition of 'Watches Explained', we will be looking at how something as delicate as a watch movement, can be so efficiently protected. 

  • Watches Explained: The Crystal

    The unsung hero helping to protect your watch dial and everything that makes it tick!
  • Our Story, So Far: 2022 Update

    Pompeak will be turning 5 years old in 2022 and this milestone seems like the perfect opportunity to take a look back at the journey we've taken to get here.
  • All About Watch Straps!

    Picking the right strap can be the difference between a forgettable timepiece and one you'll never want to take off.
  • Watches Explained: The Dive Watch


    The dive watch. What is it and how did it become the icon it is today?

  • How To Look After Your Watch

    Take care of a good watch and it will last a lifetime.
  • Watches Explained: Bezels


    Whether you're shopping for you newest watch, or just trying to understand your vintage pilots watch, it's about time you knew what these bezels are and what they're used for.

  • Watches Explained: Water Resistance

    Thinking of taking your 30m rated watch to the pool? Think again!