April2018

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Book Review: “Bulova: A History of Firsts”

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“Joseph Bulova was the ur-example of the American Dream,” claims Aaron Sigmund in his forward …
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Wind^Up San Francisco 2018: Meet the Brands Part. 3

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Wind^Up San Fransisco is less than one month away, so be sure to mark your calendars for three days of horological goodness taking place May …
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#wornandwound Instagram Round-Up with a Heuer Camaro, a Smiths Astral Diver, and More

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This week, we’ve got another 10 great Instagram watch snaps courtesy of you all. But before we get to the watches, we’d like to thank …
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Pairs Well With: Longines Heritage Legend Diver

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The Longines Heritage Legend Diver is perhaps one of the most beloved watches in Longines’ current catalog—and for good reason. A near one-for-one recreation of …

Chronography 13: The Important History of the Valjoux 7730, a Classic Mid-Century Movement

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The Valjoux 7730 is a hand-wound, dual-register chronograph movement produced from 1966 to 1973. The 7730 includes a small seconds sub-dial at 9:00, a jumping …
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Farer Stanhope: Exclusive First Review

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It seems like it was just yesterday that I first saw a Farer in person. Stylish, beautifully finished, and a touch playful, the Barnato GMT …
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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 63: Listener Questions

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We asked for your questions, and you came through big time. Today, we’re talking “expertise” in the watch world, entry-level watches, the future of micro-brands, …

Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000: Jon’s Picks

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It’s been a while since the last installment of our popular Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000 series. We’ve already seen picks from Ilya, Mark, Hung, Sean, …
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Review: Damasko DC 80 Chronograph

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Damasko took us by surprise last year when they announced the DC 80 chronograph, a …