We're very happy to announce the arrival of our latest Special Edition, a watch dedicated to the fascinating history of Camden Market and the building which now houses our very own flagship store.
The No.29 Horse Hospital Edition is exclusively available in our flagship and will never be sold elsewhere.
What with the Christmas rush, new products being launched and numerous photoshoots, here at Camden Watch HQ we feel as though we haven't made enough of a fuss about something. And this deserves a fuss.
Because we have made our own signature blend of tea.
We are very happy to be offering free Christmas wrapping for the second year running, in store and online.
Only this year it's better, because this year, our wrapping has a story to tell.
As some of you may have already heard, The Camden Watch Company has a brand new home!
We'd been looking for a place for a while that we could use as a shop, showroom and studio all rolled into one and we have finally found a place to call our own in the North Yard of the iconic Camden Stables Market.
As some of you may spotted on our social media of late, we have recently announced a partnership with the very lovely Camden cafe The Coffee Jar.
If you're in Camden, or due to be traveling though, you can now order your watch online and pick it up at the Parkway-based cafe, along with a drink on us to boot.
Here at The Camden Watch Company, we LOVE Christmas.
We also have a bit of a soft spot for wrapping presents. Seriously.
So for those of you who can't decide whether the pesky task of wrapping up all your gifts is an acceptable use of your time or not, don't worry - we've got your back.
Here at Camden Watch Co. HQ, we love ourselves a good cup of tea. So when we first stumbled upon Brew Tea Co, it's safe to say that we were pretty excited.
Handpicked, rolled, whole leaf tea packaged up in beautiful boxes and delivered to your door? Um... Yes please!
It was important for us over here at The Camden Watch Company that the boxes we put our watches in reflected the watches themselves.
They had to represent the heritage of Camden; the Victorian railways, the stables, the canals, but also be modern and fun like the Camden of today.
We were walking through the streets of Palermo in Sicily on a balmy summer evening, eating a delectable Gelato served in brioche, when Jerome turned to me and said:
"We should call it The Camden Watch Company."