As you can see from this video, it’s all about the tools, craftsmanship and quality of their products. They don’t use any machinery and only work with original antique tools, hand-cutting and hand-stitching a premium veg-tanned leather that ages marvellously well. If, like your battle-axe of a grandmother, you rate craftsmanship - bemoaning the lack of soul in today’s products - they’ll soothe your rage for the misguided era we live in. Just a shame they don't offer walking sticks as well.
They have a wide range of classic products including belts, wallets, key clips and bracelets, but in a nice little touch they’ve also got some modern incarnations like an iPad case. Their prices are reasonable too, a wallet costs £28.50 - £60.00, while shipping to Hong Kong is about £10.00. Expect those figures to rise as they become more famous so perhaps buy a few pieces. As they say, if it’s good enough for Prince Charles… actually, that's not strictly true.
Royal for a day.