October2012

Review / Review

Nomos Club + Club Dunkel Review

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When it comes to high-end watches, there is one thing that the most revered watches …
Article / Featured

Two New Limited Edition German Chronographs

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Anytime Sinn or Steinhart release new models, its news fit to print on worn&wound – these German watch brands are two of our favorites.  And …

Watch Mods: G-Shock Roundup

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While G-Shocks and digital watches of the like don’t often make it to the pages of worn&wound, we can’t deny their popularity.  People of all …
Article / Style

wear&carry: Sweater Weather

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This week’s wear&carry is all about sweater weather. But the sweater doesn’t have to stop up top! We’re going to take a look at some …
Review / Featured

Squale 101 Atmos Ref 2002A Review

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It is entirely possible that you have never heard of Squale watches. Sure, it’s a brand that has been around for over 60 years, but …
Article / Featured

Affordable Automatic: Vostok Retro 2415

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Here at worn&wound, we aren’t shy about our appreciation for Russian timepieces.  Last summer, we kicked off our Pairs Well With column by matching a …

Pairs Well With: Hamilton Intra-Matic

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The Hamilton Intra-Matic is a throw back to another era of watch making. This clearly mid-century style piece has the charm of a vintage watch, …
Review / Review

Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Automatic MKII Review

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The Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Automatic MKII is a contemporary take on a classic dress watch that mixes together a lot of remarkable components at …
Article / Featured

Glycine Airman Base 22 Mystery: Phantom Done Right

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It’s been sometime since we’ve discussed a blacked out watch. And the reason is probably …