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Several months ago we received a call from Richard Morgan, founder of 65 Degrees North.  Rich has an infectious nature and he’s a doer.  We like doers.

His organisation gives injured personnel a place to heal and fulfill dreams through extreme challenge, endurance and camaraderie. The big mental and physical arms he wraps around those near him are wider in reach than I think he realises.

Fast forward to early March and I found myself at the launch of the 65 Degrees North Everest campaign, hosted at Inmarsat.  Follow the team: http://www.65degreesnorth.co.uk/everest/

Each member of the team i...

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As a rule we don’t focus-group or conduct marketing studies, so this is a first:  the first watch we’ve designed with any external input.

What makes this watch special is its audience: it was designed for (and in collaboration with) a specialist branch of the British military because their operators preferred wearing the EB watches they’d purchased privately to the ones they were issued with.

Holton Professional Range



Hearing their comments a senior member approached to ask if we would consider designing a new watch that would eliminate the problems they continually experienced with their current watches: losses ca...

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indian ocean row crew watches
In June this year, four British men plan to row their way into the record books by becoming the fastest four-man crew to row the Indian Ocean. Only half of the crews that have attempted the crossing have been successful - less than 50 people can claim to have rowed across the Indian Ocean. To put that into context, over 500 people have been into space, and Everest has been summited over 7,500 times. The quartet will start their journey in Exmouth, Western Australia and row 3,600 nautical miles in a 29-foot long ocean rowing boat until they reach their destination in Port Louis, Mauritius....
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Bex SIms Firefighter Clipper Race training

After a brief stint at the helm of a sailing dinghy whilst at school, Bex Sims is finally fulfilling one of her bucket list adventures.  She’s a firefighter at Highfields Fire Station in Nottinghamshire which has specialist technical rescue capability and has been selected to compete on leg 6 of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – crossing the mighty Northern Pacific.  You may have seen an introduction to Bex in a previous blog.

Her place came about due to a charity watch project we’re running nationally with firefighters that’s endorsed by the FBU.  Our good friends at the Clipper Ra...

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Elliot Brown Kimmeridge ladies watch

Elliot Brown admires people who take on adventure. Perhaps we see a bit of ourselves in their intrepid spirit as we have been on some epic journeys, none less than the one we started when we founded the business! As a part of our brand DNA we seek out that intriguing gene that makes people do amazing things and help in the best way we can with what we have.

We test our watches rigorously, you know this, but when we get a chance to get testers that can test our timepieces in the real world, we’re humbled when they give us a shot at providing something for them to use for their amazing adven...

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