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The company uses a Swiss movement for the basis of its sm301 model, but significantly modifies and enhances this, to produce a no-compromise timepiece.
The watch cases are procured from an English company. They are produced to a high standard and machined from stainless steel 316L, arguably one of the finest materials for this purpose.
The three-part dials are produced in-house and hand assembled by the company’s watchmakers.
The different levels of the dial confer a wonderful depth which evinces a luxurious and traditional note.
Finishing is a key aspect of a Garrick watch. The bridges are hand-bevelled and the screws are thermally blued by hand, enhancing corrosion resistance and imbuing them with a deep, lustrous hue.
The movement of the sm301 model includes a free-sprung balance, designed and produced in-house by Garrick. The length of the balance spring is fixed. Small screws are positioned in-board, affixed to the spokes of the balance wheel, so as not to disrupt the airflow of the oscillating wheel. The free-sprung balance delivers superior accuracy.
The no-compromise creation of the free sprung balance takes longer to produce and necessitates much skill and patience on the part of the watchmaker.
The distilled creation of a Garrick timepiece is more protracted than the manufacture of a mass produced watch, but Garrick seeks to create fine timepieces that will admirably serve their owners for many decades to come.
Garrick – creating fine English watches.
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