Andrew McUtchen

Andrew McUtchen


“Hi, I’m Andrew and your suspicion is right, this IS the Speedmaster font.”

Andrew started Time+Tide in 2014 as a side-hustle when his brother in law, a dreadlocked internet speculator, told him that there were no coffee machine or watch review sites to speak of in Australia. Andrew was the Watch Editor of GQ at the time, so he thought, fuck it, why not. He paid five grand for a logo (this still seems like a lot to him, but hey, it’s a good logo), got same brother in law to build a website. Then things got weird. He decided to launch the website at Baselworld, by handing around a printed newspaper. Andrew has survived this and many other marketing misfires, to run a global team of champions. He’s had lots of pinch yourself moments since the beginning, but his biggest will be in October this year. He can’t talk about that yet.

First watch: Panerai Luminor PAM 111- “I wish I’d kept it.”

Favourite watch: Omega Ranchero from 1959 – “This watch is a failure, which is why I love it.”

Finale watch: Patek Philippe Aquanaut 5167a on a khaki strap – “You will be mine.”

Articles by Andrew McUtchen

MY WEEK WITH: The Bremont U-2/51-JET, by Gold Logie nominee Rodger Corser
Tom makes a case for waiting lists with the story of his Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711 – “I told the dealer what I wanted and he went, ha!”
If you’re interested in Geneva Seal standard watchmaking, this Louis Vuitton ‘high watch collection’ wants to meet you
The Australian launch of the Longines Legend Diver at Time and Tide HQ in Melbourne was our blackest event yet
Everybody wants a Tudor Black Bay. But what about the chrono? Anyone?
The story of the Omega watch in Dunkirk is perfect Sunday reading for watch people
Behold, the Moser Endeavour Perpetual Moon concept in red gold
Crazy Rich Asians just hit Netflix, watch it for the Newman that had its own bodyguard on set
This is why the Patek Philippe Aquanaut 20th Birthday edition was such an important signal of things to come
10 actors wearing a Reverso that will make you realise you need a Reverso, feat. Matt Damon, Leo and more…
This is why the Patek Philippe Nautilus is somehow the biggest hype model of 2019 *Trigger warning, graphic images*
5 things you need to know about Bremont that explain why they have come so far so fast
Our 5 favourite Franck Muller watches from the new 2019 collection, with a focus on the crazy ones
James Marsden has no time for safe queens and thinks a $150,000 watch is meant to be worn
4 bronze watches you may have missed from $700 to $7000, including Zelos, Bell & Ross and Montblanc
Bringing one of the most badly abused Omega Speedmasters we’ve ever seen back from the dead
Our motorbike competition is closed, but the digital buying guide is still free to download
What makes a “good value” watch at $1000, $5000 and $10,000?
Are you more of a Panerai Radiomir or Luminor person? You should know after watching this video.
7 ways to spot a fake Tudor Black Bay
Is this the best blacked-out Seiko dive watch of recent times for under a grand?
Revisiting the $20k fantasy watch collection, reader edition
6 milestones / gifting occasions that you should buy a watch for (that also make good excuses to buy for yourself)
A modern Rolex with a major defect, the curious case of the Air-King 116900 with double nines
3 watches that prove Elvis Presley was also the King of the unconventional
The best watches to wear with black – Part 1, featuring Rolex, Omega, Hublot and Panerai
The best watches to wear with black – Part 2, featuring Audemars Piguet, Breitling, Tudor and Bulgari
“Instead of watching TV when I was 10 years old, I took watches apart.” Celebrating 10 years of Louis Vuitton’s Spin Time with its creator, Michel Navas
The Longines Legend Diver Black is now available for pre-sale in our shop – with a sweetener
Our Royal Enfield competition is open – enter now to win a Stealth Black Time+Tide Classic 500 Special Edition
We are giving away a Royal Enfield Stealth Black Time+Tide Special Edition Motorcycle, enter on Monday
Is this double-denim Omega Seamaster Railmaster fashion-forward or a faux pas?
WHAT SEALED THE DEAL: On Andrew’s TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 11 CAW211P
VIDEO: A five-minute crash course on how a tourbillon works and what it’s comprised of
Is this Rolex boring or beautiful? Either way, it’s under $10k and you can probably buy it, so there’s that …
VIDEO: A century of Zenith El Primero on offer in the A386 Revival 50th Anniversary gold models from Baselworld 2019