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Review / Review

Hands-On with the Timeless Club II by Nomos

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Just over a year ago, I had the opportunity to review a unique limited edition …

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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Exclusive: Hands-On with the Farer Hopewell Automatic

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Just a little over a month ago I reviewed the Farer Barnato, a quartz GMT with a playful spin on mid-century styling. The case design …

Field Test: the Affordable B-1T Titanium Field Watch from Bertucci

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When I was tasked with field-testing the Bertucci B-1T Titanium Field watch, I went into the job blind. I knew very little of the brand …
Article / Photo Gallery

Heuer 100 Auction Preview Gallery

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At the end of last week, we had the opportunity to see many of the finest and rarest examples of vintage Heuers, all collected in …
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Hands-On with the SaStek Time Speed Indicator

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With all the pilot’s watches out there, it’s hard for a newcomer to stand out. It takes something unique visually or technically to be noticed. …
Article / Featured

The Seiko SDGA001: Digital Done Right

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Digital watches. Mass market. Throwaway tech. Bit of a relic. Yes? It seems Seiko doesn’t think so. It was typically contrarian of the Japanese watchmaker …
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Tudor Heritage Black Bay Black ref 79230N Review

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Tudor really needs no introduction. The sister brand of Rolex, it carries with it a certain bravado that few other brands can match. One backed …
Article / News & Releases

Under Invicta, Glycine Promises to Focus on Airman and Combat Lines

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Last month, news broke that Glycine was acquired by Invicta Watch Group, which, as the …