- We visited luxury watchmakers Garrick England, who gave us an exclusive look at their newest watch, the £28,000 “S1.”
- The watch is made entirely by hand, taking four months to complete. They showed us some of the processes involved in making one of the most complex watches seen in the UK.
- There is currently only one “S1” in the world, with an estimated total quantity of around 10, making it one of the rarest watches in the world.
Business Insider was given an exclusive look at how one of the rarest and most complex watches in the UK are made.
Luxury watchmakers Garrick England, have created the “S1,” a “skeleton” watch that’s made and carefully crafted by hand, taking a total of around four months to make. We were shown some of the processes involved in creating the watch, including how the hands of the watch are coloured and how the wheels of the gears are cut.
Currently, only one version of the £28,000 S1 watch exists, with a possible estimated total quantity of around 10 models; making it one of the rarest watches in the world.