Watch Reviews, watch blogs & watch news by Angus Davies

Escapement MagazineAbout Escapement Magazine

ESCAPEMENT is an online magazine aimed at individuals with a passion for watch collecting, who appreciate “the finer things in life”. It is owned and operated by Angus Davies and his wife, Heidi Davies. Angus regularly writes reviews on timepieces which pique his interest, whilst Heidi edits all of his work. In addition, guest writers often contribute to ESCAPEMENT, providing an alternative view of the world of luxury.

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Bell & Ross BR V2-94 Garde-Cotes

Hands-On: Angus Davies gets hands-on with the Bell & Ross BR V2-94 Garde-Côtes. An in-depth review of the Bell & Ross BR V2-94 Garde-Côtes featuring live pictures, specification and price. Ever since its inception in 1992, Bell & Ross has created watches for professional use. During its history the avant-garde brand has crafted timepieces for…

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Carl F Bucherer Manero AutoDate

I’m in my comfort zone. Dr. Edwina Davies reviews the Carl F Bucherer Manero AutoDate, a watch with a simple, classical appearance that she clearly appreciates.     I admire watches with remarkable complications, exciting, innovative functions but this is the style of watch which comes to my mind when I envisage what I like…

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Fortis Limited Edition Marinemaster Vintage

Dr. Edwina Davies reviews the Fortis Limited Edition Marinemaster Vintage. This watch is available in two dial variants, featuring blue or orange colour schemes. It is the latter which engenders a sense of nostalgia in Edwina.     This is made in Grenchen in Switzerland but pleasingly, for my family, there is a Lancashire connection…

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Richard Mille RM038

Taking a unique course to success Angus Davies reviews the Richard Mille RM 038, a watch made for Bubba Watson, the recent winner of the Augusta Masters.   Image – Jens Honoré for Richard Mille   In recent days Bubba Watson has secured victory at the Masters in Augusta.   A physical giant, standing at…

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Breguet Marine ref 5827BR/Z2/5ZU

Navigating the seas Angus Davies reviews the Breguet Marine ref 5827BR/Z2/5ZU, a watch bearing a historic and prestigious name. Abraham-Louis Breguet supplied the French Navy in the 19th century with marine chronometers, hence the naming of this Breguet seems very apt.    John Harrison (1693 – 1767) In the early 18th century, ships would sometimes…

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Roger Dubuis La Monegasque Automatic

Red or Black Angus Davies reviews the Roger Dubuis La Monegasque Automatic, a watch from the haute horlogerie brand based in Geneva, that bears the prestigious Poinçon de Genève.   Once a year the great and the good descend on the principality of Monaco. Large luxury yachts nestle in the harbours as the beautiful people…

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