Welcome to The Dial, the place to stay dialed in to everything Oak & Oscar.
Once the movement is out of the ultrasonic cleaner, it goes through one additional treatment before actual assembly: epilame.Read more →
Zach Kazan of Worn & Wound spent some time with our latest release, the Humboldt GMT Titanium, and wrote about it! He said that, "It's immediately recognizable as an Oak & Oscar..." and continued to comment on how we're "...expanding the idea of what an Oak & Oscar watch should be." Click through to read more!Read more →
We are ecstatic to included as one of The Best Microbrand Watches from InsideHook, an online publication that features "short, digestible takes on the most relevant topics of the day."Read more →
A full service involves completely disassembling the movement, down to the tiniest parts, repairing or replacing any worn components, thoroughly cleaning everything, re-lubricating, reassembling, and intensively testing each watch.Read more →
We’re incredibly honored to see Oak & Oscar’s white dial Olmsted included the seven watches to wear after labor day story, which are comprised of watches with anything from white dials to white ceramic.Read more →
Poor timekeeping is one of the main indications that your watch might need a service, but how do you know how well your watch is keeping time?Read more →