The Garrick S4 encompasses much hand-craftsmanship, manifest with its elaborate dial and yet, despite its impressive in-house content, it remains surprisingly affordable.

Every Garrick timepiece is made to order in our Norfolk workshop.

Please note: Each watch is handmade to order and our waiting list is currently 40 weeks.

After your purchase, we’ll contact you to discuss any options such as strap material and movement colour.

Frosted dial £4579.17 ex VAT and £5495 inc VAT (UK) Taxes deducted at checkout.

Engine turned dial £5412.50 ex VAT and £6495 inc VAT (UK) Taxes deducted at checkout.



Garrick S4

The Garrick S4 is the company’s most accessible high-end model, however, its comparative affordability does not mean it lacks the firm’s legendary hand craftsmanship.

It all starts with the dial which is hand frosted and rhodium-plated. Ink-filled Roman numerals are presented on a circular-brushed and applied hour track. The steel hour and minute hands are available in a choice of finishes, including grained, polished or heat blued. A generously proportioned, small-seconds display is positioned at 6 o’clock. It features a heat-blued hand rotating above Garrick’s own interpretation of a sunburst motif. The central area of the dial and small-seconds display are frosted and evince a slightly different shade, heightening the model’s visual appeal.

S4 English made watch with hand frosted dial by Garrick Watchmakers

The case is formed of 904L stainless steel, a grade that provides superior scratch-resistance and a notably brilliant gleam. Alternatively, an 18-carat gold case is also available. The case measures 42mm in diameter with a depth of 10mm. The sapphire crystal is treated with anti-reflective coating, augmenting legibility, while the exhibition case back affords views of the beautifully appointed hand-wound movement.

Unlike Garrick’s costlier models which feature the brand’s proprietary movement, the S4 is equipped with a Swiss calibre. However, this movement is modified by Garrick and includes the brand’s own bridges as well as rhodium-plated and hand-frosted surfaces. The movement is endowed with a traditional screwed balance. The S4 is tested and regulated in Garrick’s workshop, ensuring the daily variance does not exceed +3 seconds.

S4 English watch movements by Garrick Watchmakers

Engine turned dial

This is identical to its aforementioned sibling save for the following specification changes. This model features an engine-turned dial, sometimes termed ‘guilloché’ – available in a choice of rhodium or gold plate finishes.

A fitting conclusion

Both versions of the Garrick S4 are available with a choice of handmade straps, including alligator, calf leather, buffalo or ostrich leather. The straps are paired with a stainless steel pin buckle, delivering a sumptuous fit with the wearer’s wrist.

In common with all Garrick watches, the S4 is made to order, allowing the firm to accede to personalisation requests.




After assembly, each timepiece is regulated and carefully checked with the naked eye as well as under a loupe. Put simply, Garrick has expended much effort putting in place rigorous quality controls. However, it is inevitable that small variations between watches may occur, albeit this is part of the charm of Garrick ownership.




  • 904L Stainless Steel or Gold
  • 42mm Diameter
  • 9 mm Depth
  • Sapphire crystal with AR coating
  • 22mm Lugs
  • Exhibition case back
  • Water Resistant to 100m


  • Hand frosted & rhodium-plated dial
  • Applied Breguet style chapter ring with ink-filled numerals
  • Hours, minutes and sub-seconds indications


  • Hand-wound calibre BF03 (modified 6498) with engraved barrel and crown wheel cover
  • Glucydur balance – tested and regulated to ensure a daily variance of +5 seconds
  • Rhodium-plated and hand frosted surfaces
  • 19 Jewels


  • Running seconds


  • Handmade steel, grained, polished or heat blued Hours, Minutes


  • 316L Stainless Steel pin buckle


  • Handmade Alligator, calf leather, Buffalo and Ostrich.

Quill & Pad

Thanks to the new Calibre UT-G01, the Portsmouth is set to become the first watch that defines the company as a watchmaker first and foremost


The Garrick Portsmouth is an expensive watch but, based on its array of attributes, justifiably so. Indeed, I would even suggest the watch is actually underpriced and would warrant another £4000 on the asking price and still prove competitive


The important thing for British watchmaking is that Garrick Watch Co. is very much part of the conversation.

The Telegraph

Norfolk based outfit incubating long lost skills, and turning out exquisitely finished watches using a new movement.

Quill & Pad

Thanks to the new Calibre UT-G01, the Portsmouth is set to become the first watch that defines the company as a watchmaker first and foremost