Time Well Spent - a Conversation with Luka

March 21 2017

Time Well Spent
is a new interview series, exploring how interesting and talented people spend their time well. First up, we have talented, 
Berlin-based producer/musician Luka, a profilific creative whose timeless, beat-driven, et...

Interview: Jens Martin Skibsted

January 23 2017

We met up with the KiBiSi partner, design authority and branding expert to talk idea-driven design innovation, sustainability and watch design.  

The Oblong Kickstarter Campaign is Now Over and Funded at 717%

November 11 2016
It’s been a fairly turbulent 30 days at Bulbul HQ. Our first
Kickstarter campaign is now behind us and we’re please...

Interview with Kilo Founder Lars Larsen on the Oblong Watch

October 25 2016

We sat down with Kilo's Head of Design, Lars Larsen, for a chat about Oblong, channeling emotion into design and Kilo’s information-driven design process.


Introducing the New Bulbul Display Stands

April 26 2016
Designed by our Copenhagen-based partners at Kilo and manufactured in Denmark from oakwood, the new Bulbul stands have been designed for simple yet varied watch display.

Introducing Bulbul's New Creative Director: Bjarke Vind

April 08 2016

Bulbul recently gained a new Creative Director. Not just any Creative Director, but a creative with time served at KiBiSi and Kilo under his designer belt.

We sat down with Bjarke for a chat about how his upbringing in Africa has influenced him as a creative, rati...

Designing the Pebble Watch

March 04 2016

Not many people know this, but Pebble, our debut collection, took years to get right. KiBiSi’s ambitious, state-of-the-art, slightly asymmetric design meant that every individual element, save for the movement, had to be built from scratch. Read on for the low-down on the complex design process, which lasted for the better part of two years. 

Selecting the Materials: Swiss-made Quartz Movement

February 11 2016

In the third installment of Selecting the Materials, we are, as previously promised, focusing on that absolutely essential element in watchmaking that is the movement also known as the 'heart' of the watch. 

The watch enthusiasts among you will know that watches have been around for a very long time indeed. In fact, known watchmaking history dates back to the 14th centu...

Selecting the Materials: The Steel Mesh Band from Vollmer

January 22 2016

The second edition in our ongoing blog series about the carefully chosen, individual materials that make up our watches, continues with the hardened material on which a sizable chunk of the modern world is built, namely steel. 

As you might have guessed, the steel we use in our watches isn’t your run-of-the-mill variety. What’s more, if you take a look at our two all-steel m...

Selecting the Materials: Sapphire Glass

January 11 2016


Our new series of articles on the individual, materials that make up our products kicks off with the scratch-resistant, virtually indestructable window to telling the time on your Bulbul watch that is sapphire glass. Part informative customer service, part a fielding of some of your questions regarding our price range, Selecting the Materials will delve into the nitty grit...

Selecting the Materials: Crafting a Lasting Watch Takes Patience and Attention to Detail

December 18 2015

In 2012, when Bulbul Watches was still in its infancy and the Pebble watch was little more than the entrepreneurial glint in our founder’s eyes, the question of materials made an inevitable appearance in the idea-driven design process. Pebble’s slightly asymmetric design was taking shape and we had a sense that this was about to become a remar...

Interview: KiBiSi's Lars Holme Larsen on the Ore Watch

December 04 2015

As the observant among you may have noticed, we’ve just launched a new watch called Ore. Undoubtedly our most minimalist timepiece yet, the latest addition to the Bulbul design family has been whittled down to its bare essence through a comprehensive process, creating an aesthetic that looks to the future while respecting watch desig...