British watches

crafted by passion


Sample Series

Crafted with colour

A limited collection of six 42mm Pinion watches, each crafted in small batches of only five units per colour.



Small in size, big on details

Sized at 38mm, the Neutron is Pinion’s smallest watch to date and features a highly detailed electroplated dial with guilloche decoration as its centrepiece.



Track passages of time

Pinion’s debut automatic chronograph featuring the iconic Valjoux 7750 movement. With a sleek 42mm diameter, it enables precise tracking of seconds, minutes, and hours via two polished steel pushers.


Axis II

Infinity on the wrist

Available in in 38 and 42mm sizes the Axis II has refined detailing like brushed dial finishes and applied indexes but loses none of its ruggedness and fitness for purpose as a watch you can wear everywhere every day.


Bespoke made

Watches for the military and private organizations

Pinion has designed and manufactured bespoke watches for military units, air force squadrons and private firms. Each watch is tailor-made to the specific requirements of the organisation, featuring unique designs parts manufacture and personalisation for individuals.

British watchmaking

Pinion is proud to be a member of the British Watch & Clock Makers Alliance


All watch design and management of parts manufacturing is handled by Pinion founder, Piers Berry at the South Oxfordshire base.


Assembly and servicing are handled at Pinion’s watchmaking hub based in Lancashire, run by experienced watchmaker, Ian Walsh.

Piers Berry - British Watches

“My ambition in making fine watches is to succeed not in doing more, but doing better.”

– Piers Berry, Founder, Pinion.

Film & TV

At Pinion, horological expertise transcends the realm of traditional British watchmaking, proudly collaborating with the film and TV industry to bring Pinion’s watches to the silver screen.

Pinion’s watches are worn in productions such as Fast & Furious 9 (John Cena), Guy Ritchie’s The Gentleman (Hugh Grant) Doctor Who (Chris Noth) and The Morning Show (Clive Standen).


From the starting of a British watch company in 2013 through to the present day, the news archive documents the Pinion story with a focus on British designed and built watches.

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