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Sean Lorentzen

Hailing from Redondo Beach, California, Sean’s passion for design and all things mechanical started at birth. Having grown up at race tracks, hot rod shops and car shows, he brings old-school motoring style and a lifestyle bent to his mostly vintage watch collection.
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Nomos Goes Back to School with the Club Campus

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Nomos is a favorite here at worn&wound with good reason. Their design, quality, and strong …
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Introducing The TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45, the Evolution of the Brand’s Smartwatch Platform

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With the rise of wearable tech in the past few years, there have emerged two separate and distinct groups: those who wear mechanical timepieces, and …
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Hands On with the Moto Koure MK I Automatic

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Automotive-inspired chronographs are everywhere these days. Autodromo, Straton, Helgray and even big dogs like Oris are getting in on the action. Most of these efforts …
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Hands-On with the Unimatic Modello Due U2-AG

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Often, the best dishes are made with just a few simple ingredients. Complexity, both of form and function, is no prerequisite for greatness, and our …
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Alpina Seastrong Diver Heritage Review

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It’s no secret to our regular readers that we here at worn&wound love vintage designs. The retro comeback over the past few years has been …
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MHD CR1/SQ1 Review

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For as much as the watch world has opened up to newcomers in the past few years, it can still be difficult for the new …
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Martenero Edgemere Review

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Charm is never an easy thing to quantify. Whether it’s a person, a work of art, or even a watch, something either has that undefinable …
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Ball Fireman Storm Chaser Pro Review

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It’s impressive to think just how many different niches watches have evolved to fill. Divers, world timers, perpetual calendars, simple dress watches and everything in …

The Art of Time: Konstantin Grcic and the Unique Minimalism of the Rado Ceramica

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One of the most difficult distinctions to understand is the the fine line between simplification …