Our Partners

amazon.co.uk – You’ll find the majority of our offers are from Amazon.co.uk.  Why?  Because they get suppliers bidding against each other for the cheapest price.  While this is a good thing, don’t always assume you’re getting the best price.  Price fluctuate daily depending on supplier offers and stock.  Keep an eye out for discount codes.

goldsmiths.co.uk – Goldsmiths operate the largest distribution network for Rolex, Cartier, Omega, Gucci, TAG Heuerand many other reputable watch brands. Great sales means premium watches at great prices making this one of our favourite sites.

jurawatches.co.uk - Jura Watches are a specialist independent luxury watch retailer consisting of 7 watch boutiques and a market leading e-commerce website that continues to set new standards in the luxury watch sector.

marketcrossjewellers.com - Since opening the doors of its first branch behind the Market Cross in the market town of Guisborough in 1980, Market Cross Jewellers has grown to be one of the largest independent jewellers in the North East of England.

ernestjones.co.uk – Ernest Jones is now firmly established as the UK’s diamond and watch Specialist. From modest beginnings in 1949, Ernest Jones has grown from a single store in London’s Oxford Street to the a highly reputable national chain of over 180 jewellery stores.

mappinandwebb.com – Founded in 1774 by Jonathan Mappin, Mappin & Webb is one of the UK’s leading retailers of fine jewellery and silverware.  They have a great range of super premium watches but sales are rare.

watches2u.com - Watches2u has grown rapidly over the years and is now one of the largest online UK watch dealers today, if not the largest.  You can purchase from Watches2u sound in the knowledge that you are buying from a reputable official UK dealer, this means you will receive a 100% authentic product from our extensive range with all relevant documents.

watchshop.com – Established in 1991 on the high street, Watch Shop is a leading retailer of brand name designer watches and is also the UK’s most popular watch website.  Very competitively prices means Watch Shop features prominently on our site.

thewatchhut.co.uk - Good range of watch with regular sales.

hsamuel.co.uk- Firmly established as the UK’s favourite high street jeweller, H.Samuel brings together an unsurpassed range of quality products at exceptional value.

fhinds.co.uk – Established in 1856, our independent, family owned and run business is celebrated 150 years in 2006.

nigelohara.com – A huge quantity of designer watches, very competitively priced.

argos.co.uk – Argos are not known for their watches but they are known for the watch sales.  Keep an eye out for some regular huge discount on a range of watches.

secretsales.com – Secret Sales offer flash daily designer sales with up to 70%.  Some genuine good deals if you keep checking back but be quick or you will miss out.

casioonline.co.uk – This site offers a wide selection of exciting new products from Casio as well as products from our current range.

christopherward.co.uk – A small English watchmaker with a simple aim … to put premium quality watches within the reach of everyone. Keep an eye for their regular sales and clearance deals.

ferraristore.com – A good choice of Ferrari branded automatic and quartz watches but don’t be paying full price.  Big 50%+ discounts available if you’re patient.

johnlewis.com – Of all the department stores, John Lewis offers the best watch range.  Keep an eye out for the holiday discounts as the deals are good,, but sock limited.

debenhams.com – A large selection of watches with a limited range of watch brands, but occasional bargains available in their sales.

houseoffraser.co.uk – A good range of watches with bargains available in their sales.

watchtowatches.com – Watch to Watches has a wide range of jewellery in modern and contemporary designs. Their trend experts monitor the latest trends, including stunning modern and vintage-style pieces that you’ll love to own.

watchwarehouse.co.uk – Founded in 1910 under J Lewis and Sons and taken over by Henry Lewis in 1939 forming Peter Burrowes Ltd, WatchWarehouse has gone from clicks to bricks and established itself as a leading retailer.


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