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HODINKEE HIT THE ROAD TO EXPLORE BRITISH WATCHMAKING

In July of this year, HODINKEE embarked on a 12-day journey around Great Britain to explore British horology – from the current state of watchmaking to the depths of timekeeping history.

European Editor Arthur Touchot and Senior Digital Producer/videographer Will Holloway, along with drone specialist Mauro Bellanova, logged over 1,400 miles, heading north from London to the Isle of Man and back, with a handful of stops along the way.

In Episode 3, HODINKEE visited the Bremont HQ in Henley-On-Thames and paid a visit to the Bremont parts manufacturing facility in Silverstone to get a true insight into British watchmaking.

Watch the video below or read the full article here.

 

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HENLEY, A VERY BRITISH TRADITION

Mention the word Henley to an Englishman and he will immediately think of Henley Royal Regatta. Nestled amongst the rolling Chiltern Hills, the small Oxfordshire town of Henley-on-Thames hosts one of England’s most venerable sporting and social events. First held in 1839, Henley Royal Regatta is an annual highlight of the rowing competitive calendar.
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