In Honor of Captain Eugene Cernan: Last Man on the Moon

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From the Archives: a Look Back at the Seiko “Turtle”

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One of the biggest releases of 2016, at least in terms of response and overall adoration, was without a doubt the Seiko SRP77X “Turtle” series. …

w&w Instagram Round-Up #74

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We’re back with another Instagram round-up. Below you’ll find a killer selection of 10 watches you guys brought to our attention. But before we get …
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Introducing the Oris Artelier Calibre 113, the Latest In-House Development from the Swiss Independent

By Ilya Ryvin
When Oris launched the Calibre 110—the brand’s first in-house designed and assembled movement in almost 40 years—it was a sign …
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A Tale of Two Speedies: the “Speedy Tuesday” LE and a Basel Preview

By Christian Alexandersen
As watch collectors all over the world await the newest watches to be released, Omega got a head start on …
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A.M. Cook Wristwatch: Building American Watchmaking from the Ground Up

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The face of American watchmaking is not a large company. It is small groups of men and women building watches in machine shops, garages and …
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Around the Web: “How the Soviets Revolutionized Wristwatches”

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The Soviet watchmaking tradition is a rich one. Born largely out of the emerging needs following the communist revolution, Soviet horology was very much a …
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Junghans Meister Pilot Chronograph Review

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In the last couple of years, Junghans has focused on expanding upon their Meister line …

Chronography 9: Valjoux 72–The Driver’s Engine

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Back when the Valjoux 72 was conceived, watchies didn’t fret on forums about the superiority of in-house over ébauche movements. After all, most watch companies …

Review / Review

Nezumi Voiture Review

By Zach Weiss
Back when the Valjoux 72 was conceived, watchies didn’t fret on forums about the superiority of in-house over ébauche movements. After all, most watch companies …
Review / Review

Longines Column-Wheel Single Push-Piece Chronograph Review

By Zach Weiss
If a new mechanical chronograph is an exciting thing to see from a brand you like, a column-wheel mono-pusher is …
Article / Guides

Chronography 6: Panda Dials, pt 1

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So far, our Chronography series has been pretty technical. We’ve talked history of chronographs, broke down the common designs, and looked in-depth at the stories …
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Sinn EZM 13 Review

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Few things are quite as much fun as trying on a new Sinn. Before you even get in on your wrist, the sight of it …

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A Tudor with a Touch of Sinn: Introducing the Pelagos LHD

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When I saw the new Tudor Pelagos LHD and the resulting slurry of posts, my first thought, which I imagine most people had, was simply …
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Introducing the BALL Engineer III Bronze/Silver Star, Available Now at a Special Pre-Order Price

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BALL is no stranger to worn&wound. Earlier this year they joined us at Wind^Up, and just last week we reviewed the impressive Fireman Storm Chaser …
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Introducing the Autodromo Monoposto Chronograph, the Automotive-Inspired Brand’s First Mechanical Chrono

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Cars and watches have gone together ever since one of the first two car owners uttered the immortal words, “what do you mean, yours is …

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