April2016

Review / Review

Straton Curve-Chrono Review

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When I first jumped into the world of watches, it was vintage racing chronographs that …
Review / Review

Defakto Struktur Hands-On

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Defakto Uhren is one of the few brands we’ve been talking about since we started worn&wound near 5 years ago. Made in Germany by the …
Article / News & Releases

Junghans Expands the Meister Line with Pilot Chronograph and Driver Chronoscope

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If you’re a regular reader of worn&wound, Junghans is certainly no stranger. Just last week we reviewed the Meister Kalendar Moon, a stunning vintage-inspired timepiece …

History of Chronometers Pt. 3: Enter COSC

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As the ‘60s drew to a close and gave way to the early 1970s, the traditional Swiss industry was erupting into full-blown crisis. While the …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing Model 2 Classic Watch Straps Made of Wickett & Craig Leather

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If a freshly redesigned worn&wound wasn’t enough for you, now we are excited for our first new product release of 2016. Over the last two …
Article / News & Releases

Welcome to the New worn&wound

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Ladies and gentlemen, we’re beyond excited to announce the newest version of worn&wound! As you probably immediately noticed when pulling up the site today, things …
Review / Review

Junghans Meister Kalendar Moon Review

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When someone mentions Junghans, in all likeliness one of their impeccable Max Bill watches comes to mind. We’ve looked at those a few times on …

History of Chronometers Pt. 2: Observatory Trials

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John Harrison’s innovations in marine chronometry quickly took the world by storm. By the 1850s, marine chronometer watches were essentially standard equipment on oceangoing vessels …
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Hands-On with the Minus-8 Layer Silver-Blue

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Minus-8 is a San Fransisco based watch brand (their name describing their timezone) that we’ve …