British watch manufacturer Sekonda has been the best-selling watch brand in the U.K. for the past 20 years, and its high-quality and attractive watches are starting to make an impression around the world. The company was established in 1966 to export the best watches being produced in the USSR's watch factories (which were world-renowned at the time), before moving its production to Hong Kong in 1993 with the advent of quartz movement. From Sekonda watches with Roman numerals to cutting-edge digital watches, its range has something to suit everyone.Affordability and Craftsmanship
One of the reasons Sekonda watches, parts, and accessories have remained such a firm favourite throughout the years is the company's commitment to strict quality control and outstanding craftsmanship. While this often comes with a hefty price tag, it has ensured its watches remain affordable to all sectors of society and in styles that move with the times.Stylish and Modern Watch Lines
In 2004, Sekonda released its SEKSY line of watches that were geared towards young and fashionable women. The following year, it released its ONE line for men, with both lines expanding rapidly since. The watches have been worn by celebrities throughout the world, affirming their place as a leading watch designer name that remains relevant after more than six decades in production.Watch Features
Sekonda watch faces come with all the latest features expected of users, including the option for Roman numerals, digital displays, and Sekonda watches with a date indicator. Look for Sekonda watches with luminous dials or water resistance, as well as sunray dials and moon phase sub dials. You can select straps made from high-quality leather, durable stainless steel, or gold-plated in classic or rose-coloured tones.Kids' Watches
Want a timepiece for your children? Sekonda also produces watches specifically for kids with colourful displays and straps. Opt for army-inspired styles or a more classic black watch, all of which are designed to be durable against the rough and tumble of the school yard.