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The Shaftesbury Watch Movement

Garrick watch movement assembled in England

This excellent movement provides the basis for most Garrick watches, modified and enhanced in-house by our team of watchmakers.

A free sprung-balance, produced in-house, provides a means to precisely poise the hand-wound movement and confer accurate timekeeping. The increased cost of manufacture is obvious, but the pursuit of perfection leaves no room for compromise at Garrick.

The rate keeping of the watch is achieved by adjusting the position of the hairspring and by adding mass to the rim of the balance wheel or the spokes within.The creation of a free sprung balance is more time-consuming to achieve but confers enhanced isochronism.

Hand-bevelled bridges, thermally-blued screws and other examples of exemplary finishing provide further testament to the excellence demanded by Garrick.

The Shaftesbury sm301 is tested and regulated to ensure a daily variance of only +3 seconds which means it is currently the most accurate British mechanical timepiece in its price range.

Please note: This movement can be customised.

We offer various finishes such as Black DLC, Rhodium or Gold plate

Quill & Pad

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

Escapement

The Garrick Portsmouth is an expensive watch but, based on its array of attributes, justifiably so. Indeed, I would even suggest the watch is actually underpriced and would warrant another £4000 on the asking price and still prove competitive

Monochrome

The important thing for British watchmaking is that Garrick Watch Co. is very much part of the conversation.

The Telegraph

Norfolk based outfit incubating long lost skills, and turning out exquisitely finished watches using a new movement.

Quill & Pad

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

Escapement

The Garrick Portsmouth is an expensive watch but, based on its array of attributes, justifiably so. Indeed, I would even suggest the watch is actually underpriced and would warrant another £4000 on the asking price and still prove competitive

Monochrome

The important thing for British watchmaking is that Garrick Watch Co. is very much part of the conversation.

The Telegraph

Norfolk based outfit incubating long lost skills, and turning out exquisitely finished watches using a new movement.