Affordable Vintage: ’70s Cool with the Scubapro 500

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Gallery: Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition In New York City

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Earlier this month, Patek Philippe hosted The Patek Philippe Art of Watch Grand Exhibition here in New York City at Cipriani 42nd Street. The show …

The worn&wound Podcast Ep. 21: A Chat with Chase Fancher of Oak & Oscar

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If you’re on Instagram and you love watches, then you surely know of Oak & Oscar, the popular Chicago-based micro-brand founded by Chase Fancher. Today, …
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Introducing the Engineer III Endurance 1917 from Ball, Available Now at a Special Pre-Order Price

By Ilya Ryvin
BALL’s been on a bit of a roll recently, cranking out release after release and offering each watch at a …
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Caliber Spec: ETA 2824 – Rivals and Clones

By Mark McArthur-Christie
Not too long ago, we launched our series Caliber Spec with our first installment focused on the venerable ETA 2824. …
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Product Highlight: The Selvage Denim Watch Roll

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Often imitated, never duplicated, the worn&wound Watch Roll set the standard. The first to feature soft lining to protect your watches, the first with rugged …

w&w Instagram Round-Up with a Benrus Sky Chief, a Guinand Flying Officer, and More

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It’s Saturday, so that means we’re back with another Instagram round-up featuring our 10 favorite watch snaps. But before we get to the watches, we’d …

The Art of Time: Taro Tanaka and Seiko’s “Grammar of Design”

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Welcome to the second installment of “The Art of Time,” w&w’s ongoing series exploring iconic designers within the watch world. Last time, we discussed the …

The Art of Time: Max Bill and “Die gute Form”

By Sean Lorentzen
Welcome to the second installment of “The Art of Time,” w&w’s ongoing series exploring iconic designers within the watch world. Last time, we discussed the …

The Art of Time: Roger Tallon and the Lip Mach 2000 Chronograph

By Sean Lorentzen
Playfulness is an easy thing to forget in design, especially among the constraints of watches and other industrial goods. There’s …
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The Art of Time: Marc Newson and the “Pod”

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What makes a design modern? If there was a defining factor to making an object look contemporary, stylish, or even futuristic, it’s streamlining. The idea …

The Art of Time: Dieter Rams and His Ten Principles of Good Design

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Most of us here at worn&wound stand by the idea that every watch—and by extension, every watch designer—has something to teach us about what makes …

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Meistersinger Expands Its Niche with Neo Plus, Circularis Power Reserve and Salthora Meta X Models

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MeisterSinger is one of those brands with a strong history of dancing to the beat of its own drum, producing some of the finest, most …
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Rado Revives the Captain Cook Diver in Three Distinct Flavors

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Not wanting to be left out of the retro-heritage craze, Rado has jumped into the fray by reaching back into their archives to present a …
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The Whimsical Watches of Itay Noy

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Having gone to Baselworld three years in a row now as a member of the worn&wound team, I can safely say that one of my …

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