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Hung Doan

As a collector who splurged during the glorious dotcom 1.0 days, Hung acquired a sizable collection of Swiss watches. Now married with two kids and a mortgage, his watch tastes and pursuits are more down-to-earth. His other interests involve design history, technology, and collecting Star Wars Action figures. He brings a seasoned perspective to the worn&wound team. Hung grew up and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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The Project 1 from Barrelhand: Haute Horology from San Francisco

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Some of the most innovative watchmaking today comes from the ranks of independent artisanal brands …

Watch Photography 101: Part 1 – Basic Lighting

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This almost goes without saying, but we take a lot of photographs of watches here at worn&wound. We are often asked about our process (which …
Review / Review

Hands-On with the Glycine Airman Base 22 Mystery

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Last year, Invicta acquired Glycine and the question on most people’s mind was, “what will become of the brand?” The most apparent fallout of this …
Article / News & Releases

Bulova Taps Their Archives for the Moon Watch 2.0 and the Chronograph C “Stars and Stripes”

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Last year, the Apollo 15 “Moon Watch” was the first revival from the Archive Series, which is focused on bringing back iconic designs from the past …

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

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We’re back with another installment of Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000. We’ve already seen Ilya’s and Mark’s picks. Today, Hung–a seasoned collector and one of worn&wound’s …
Article / Guides

A Guide to Storing Your Watches

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There will come a time when you will need to keep a watch in storage. It may be a watch you rarely wear, a speculative …
Article / Vintage

How Bulova Used a Universal Genève to Get to the Moon, and How You Can Get One Today

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I recently got myself the Bulova Moon Watch, a reproduction released by the brand earlier this year. For those of you unaware, the watch is …
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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 …