March2017

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Introducing the Tudor Black Bay Chronograph with new MT5813 Caliber

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It’s that time of year again! Basel is in full swing, and every watchmaker worth …
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The Return of the 62MAS: The Seiko Prospex SLA017 and SPB051/053

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The brand that I look forward to hearing from the most at Baselworld each year would have to be Seiko, not only because I’m an …
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Oris Chronoris is a Wonderfully Retro Seventies Watch, but not too Seventies

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1970, rollin’ in sight. Oris gave the world the Chronoris that year, the company’s first in-house chronograph movement. A clever name, a big case, and …

The worn&wound Podcast: Days 2 and 3 of the Baselworld Chronicles 2017

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Our second podcast episode covering days two and three of Baselworld 2017 is now up. Just like day one, the last two days were packed …
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Junghans Continues to Expand their Meister Line with new Pilots and Drivers

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Junghans always puts on a good show at Basel, even if they are technically outside of the main event. This year, they continued to push …
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A Happy Mistake: Oris Big Crown 1917 Limited Edition

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Sometimes, your own history can surprise you. “Until recently,” reads the statement introducing this fine watch you see above, “Oris believed that its first pilot’s …
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Reminder: Take our 2017 Reader Survey, Win a Seiko Spirit SCVE003

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While BaselWorld 2017 is in full effect, we wanted to take a little of your time to remind you to take out 2017 Reader Survey. …
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Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph Manufacture

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It took six years to develop the FC-760 movement inside the Flyback Chronograph Manufacture, says Frederique Constant. And its first flyback chronograph made in-house arrives …
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Sinn Novelties 2017 pt 2: The EZM 12

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Sinn needs no introduction here on worn&wound – we have featured a number of their …