June2017

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July 4th Sale at shop.wornandwound.com

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How is it almost July? Well, never mind that. With July 4th right around the …
Review / Review

Oris Artelier Calibre 111 Anthracite Review

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In 2014, Oris turned heads with the release of the Artelier Calibre 110, a limited edition watch boasting the brand’s first in-house movement (also referred …

Watch Photography 101: Part 2 – Depth of Field, Exposure, and Staging the Shot

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In the first installment of Watch Photography 101, Hung kicked things off with a primer on the basics of lighting. Today, we’re going to dig …
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Introducing the Ball Fireman NightBreaker, Customizable and Now Available at a Special Pre-Order Price

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Over the past year, BALL has seen success launching new watches via pre-order, having unveiled four timepieces at special reduced prices for customers getting in …

The worn&wound Podcast Ep. 17: Collections and Grails

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In this week’s episode of The worn&wound Podcast, we take a deep dive into Zach’s installment of our “Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000” series, and in …
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Introducing the Archimede Pilot 42GMT

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By offering classic designs coupled with solid German build quality and Swiss movements, Archimede is a brand that offers a pretty clear value proposition. The …
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8past10: the Future of the Watch Forum Is Mobile

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From connecting with other enthusiasts on Instagram and on online forums to getting their daily dose of content from numerous blogs, watch lovers in 2017 …
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Introducing the Monk Made x worn&wound Minimalist Bifold

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Just a few months ago, we announced our very exciting Shell Cordovan exterior wallets, made in collaboration with Monk Made Goods. They were a huge …
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Traveling Light (and Cheap): Six Nights in Cuba with a Beater GUL Ana-Digi

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Cuba has been closed off to Americans ever since the Bay of Pigs in 1960. …