November2016 / Page 4

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The Coolest (And Weirdest) Watches From This Year’s Salon QP

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We don’t often discuss haute horlogerie here on worn&wound. But once a year, Salon QP—London’s …
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Introducing the Mühle Glashütte Terrasport IV GMT

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Since its introduction, the Terrasport collection from Mühle Glashütte has been the firm’s take on the ubiquitous pilot watch with designs that pull from a …
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Upcoming JDM Seikos You’ll Want to Keep an Eye On

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In the past, we’ve written about how Seiko often saves some of their most desirable releases for the Japanese domestic market. I’ll concede that Seiko’s …

w&w Instagram Round-Up #66

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Omega. Tudor. Nomos. Seiko. Just a small sampling from this week’s Instagram round-up, so sit back and enjoy all of the horological eye candy. Before …
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VERO Watches Brings Transparency and Makes Strides Toward American Watchmaking

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Truth and transparency are the guiding principles behind the aptly-named VERO Watches. Vero—Latin for “truth”—wants its customers to be well-informed, so they’re being upfront about …
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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 of watches, bringing out some incredible watches. The Meister line …
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“Time Capsule”: Japanese Tomes, Watch Otaku, and the Rule of the Archetype

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Today, watch lovers have multiple channels for discovery and research, among them (but not limited to) dedicated online magazines, Wikipedia, and a wide range of …
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Introducing the Maurice Lacroix Pontos S Diver “Blue Devil”

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Introduced in 2013, the Pontos S Diver has since become one of the most popular watches in Maurice Lacroix’s catalogue. Retro-inspired yet undoubtedly modern, the …