About Us

A UK born brand, we instil refinement and unique design ideas into every product we produce. A design focused company at heart, we strive to produce exceptional, inspiring accessories for your everyday life. Pushing the boundaries of technologies and materials, we produce quality, affordability products without compromise – all vibrant and all appealing to an active, style conscious audience. Breo believe that life is for living. Don’t blend in. Don’t settle for the mundane. However you want to escape the everyday, have fun. And do it in style. We say… Kiss Bland Goodbye

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OUR VALUES

We know that every penny is precious and take it very seriously when you choose to purchase a Breo product. The products and aftercare we offer are delivered with this in mind.

OUR TEAM

Breo's small team are a dedicated bunch, obsessed with watches, sunglasses and all things related. We love what we do and hope that's apparent in the products we sell.

OUR ETHOS

We design and sell watches & sunglasses of the highest specification and offer them direct to you via this website. Cutting out the middle man means we can then pass the saving onto you the customer.

Meet The Team
Rob Morrison

Rob Morrison

Breo founder Rob is a man of contrasts. His proudest moment was the physical peak of beating 60 other Army recruits in a beep test, while his middle names come via his grandfather and great-grandfather, displaying a similar pride in his family history. It’s not all iron man challenges and family tree research though, he will admit to a wee blurb at everyone’s favourite 80s kids film, ‘E.T.’ and, combining those physical and emotional sides, got engaged to his wife at Mount Everest base camp in Nepal. Sure beats going down on one knee up the Eiffel Tower!

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Lily King

Lily King

If you heard Lily before you saw her you’d imagine her an elderly woman given the strange noises, cracks and pops that emanate from her corner of the office. Odd, as she is obsessed with physical fitness, often giving demonstrations of the latest exercise added to her gym regime. Another staff member with a motto, Lily’s is the classic “life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get!” from Forrest Gump. As well as a motto Lily also has a favourite number, 8. Not a lottery winner maybe but a good solid digit.

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Nick Annan

Nick Annan

Nick claims to have once performed 100 press-ups. Just the once, and he still looks like he’s recovering. His standing in the Breo cycle club remains in good stead though as long as he continues his self imposed ban on wearing lyrca. Regrets, he’s had a few. Well, two. The first is spending £65 on Sonic the Hedgehog for the Sega megadrive in 1995. The second is his lack of a middle name, although he made up for that with a generous two middle names for his son. Perversely he hadn’t worn a watch for twenty years before joining the company. A fact he inadvisably shared with the boss at his interview to join the company.

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John Mill

John Mill

With a motto of “Laugh, Love and don't take life too seriously” you may wonder what gives John his Zen like approach to life. It might be his mind-blowing experience swimming with dolphins in Mexico... or his addiction to Indian food. Those chillis can do funny things to your brain. Not that we’d attribute his interest in conspiracy theories to such mind-altering substances. When not rocking his daytime job role(s) he can be found rocking the guitar with his band Paper Tiger, available for weddings, birthdays and bar mitzvahs.

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Janice Smith

Janice Smith

Janice once spotted Robbie Williams in her local M&S and scared the poor lamb half to death with her enthusiastic praise for his work. That incident, and rumoured restraining order, might account for her dual identities, known as Janice at work but Jess to her friends and family. She does have an affinity for showbusiness herself being a fully qualified Ballroom and Latin American dancer who’s choreographed performances for Her Majesty’s Theatre in London. A more demanding task that you might think given Janice’s request to point out she hasn’t broken any bones so far.

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Bill Campbell

Bill Campbell

Bill arrived at Breo via a varied and distinguished career with exotic and rather stern sounding job titles of Geschaftsfuhrer, in Germany, and Dirigenti, in Italy. We’re all curious if there were uniforms to accompany those titles but Bill’s keeping schtum. From his days as a Ford Capri driver to his current BMW and designer labels Bill remains a keen athlete, once playing football in the Maltese National Stadium on television and bagging his first Munro on a team Breo away day.

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Leighann Mills

Leighann Mills

Combining a ‘strange obsession’ (her phrase) with Rod Stewart and a habit of singing in her sleep must make for some interesting nights for her family. Despite the sleep deprivation, thanks to those nocturnal renditions of ‘Do Ya Think I’m Sexy’, Leighann insists she has two of the most beautiful kids you have ever seen. While her favorite film is the end of the world weepie ‘Armageddon’ there’s no apocalyptic scenes when she’s behind the wheel, having past her driving test 1st time with no minors.

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Martin Lovatt

Martin Lovatt

Given Martin’s childhood antics it’s a wonder he’s with us today. Aged 2 he climbed into the lion enclosure at the local zoo and made friends with the cubs while mother lion looked on. Then there was a brotherly game of marbles that almost resulted in a self-administered tonsillectomy by ruler. Learning that a distant ancestor, Lord Lovat, was the last man beheaded in the UK might account for his dangerous streak but rest assured Martin is now a sensible family man, his proudest moments were being at the births of his children, who can be found washing the car EVERY weekend.

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Keith Arnott

Keith Arnott

Some children long to drive a train or blast into space, Keith knew it was the design life for him after discovering the aesthetic beauty of the Heinz Baked Beans label. From such modest beginnings he’s now a true design ninja, able to identify any typeface from 100 yards. One childhood ambition that does remain unfulfilled is a desire to complete a Panini football sticker album. Possibly derailed by his early exposure to The Prodigy, Keith’s first gig experience at the tender age of 14! A keen golfer he’ll endlessly insist an 18 hole stroll is a legitimate form of exercise (ironically burning more calories than said exercise).

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Gavin Birmingham

Gavin Birmingham

Doing himself no favours in the ‘biggest office geek’ stakes with a self confessed addiction to gadgets AND a mean wookie impression, Gav loses nerd points with an alpha male ambition to run a marathon. There’s probably an app for that Gav. Of course, all that running will come in handy given his love of fish & chips. Just don’t offer him any sweetcorn, you might have to run yourself to escape a vitriolic tirade on the vegetable.

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