June2016

Article / Featured

Affordable Vintage: Seiko SUS 4S15 “Military”

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Around 1991 or early ’92, Seiko’s top brass felt that there was a disconnect between …
Review / Review

DOXA SUB 1200T Professional Review

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DOXA has been synonymous with dive watches since the debut of the SUB 300T, Doxa’s inaugural diver, at Basel in 1966. It was an instant …
Article / Interviews

Dennison Watches: Birmingham Revival in Knightsbridge

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Unless one has a penchant for gold-plated Lamborghinis and tiny dogs on jeweled leashes, one does not usually frequent London’s Knightsbridge. Sure, there are a …
Article / Featured

Zodiac and the Story Behind the Curious Point Series

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Most watch collectors will at least have a passing knowledge of recent Zodiac history. After a successful period that started roughly in the 1950s and …

w&w Instagram Round-Up #52

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This weekend’s Instagram round-up features a great cross-section of some of our favorite snaps from this past week. Thanks to everyone who tagged #wornandwound. To …
Review / Review

Klokers Klok-01 Review

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Last August (2015) we introduced you to Klokers, a new line of Swiss-made watches that were about to launch on kickstarter. Through their campaign, they …

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

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Plenty of individual designers have gone on to become famous. Design movements from neoclassicism to Art Deco are rightly well-known as well. But only one …
Review / Review

MK II Hawkinge Review

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MK II is an American boutique brand focused on producing tool and military-inspired watches with designs honoring some of the greatest mil-spec timekeepers ever created. …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the Oris Artix GT Chronograph

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Oris has a long-standing connection to the world of motor sport. It’s a relationship that …