The team of watchmakers at Garrick, craft fine timepieces that watchmakers and horological aficionados can truly appreciate.View
Garrick watches are built entirely by hand in limited numbers from our workshops in Norwich. Many parts are crafted in-house..View
Garrick has now entered a new era in watchmaking with the introduction of a new and exclusive hand-wound movement. The UT-G01 movement was designed in partnership with eminent watchmaker, Andreas Strehler. The design of the movement, with its prominent balance bridge, is intended to look stereotypically British and is assembled, finished and regulated in Garrick’s own British workshop. Read More
The assembly of Garrick timepieces takes place within a dust-free environment where “positive air pressure” prevents contaminated air entering the workshop. The team of watchmakers at Garrick, craft fine timepieces that watchmakers and horological aficionados can truly appreciate. Garrick movements feature the brand’s own open bridges, expertly finished by time-served watchmakers with hand bevelled edges and thermally blued screws.
The company’s modern facility allows it to craft much of its timepieces in-house. However, when components have to be sourced externally, the company draws on the expertise of British artisans and craftsmen whenever possible, despite these parts sometimes costing more than items from overseas.
Nevertheless, frankness has always been an intrinsic part of the Garrick paradigm and the provenance of its watches is something the company takes very seriously.
" Thanks to the new Calibre UT-G01, the Portsmouth is set to become the first watch that defines the company as a watchmaker first and foremost. "