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Introducing the Defakto Vektor

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Minimalism in watchmaking is like the harmonica: easy to pick up, but extremely difficult to …
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Horage Multiply: 48 New Watches Featuring the K1 Caliber, Now on Kickstarter

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While the rise of Kickstarter campaigning in the past few years has undoubtedly changed the face of small-brand watchmaking dramatically, “ambitious” is not usually a …
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Time Off the Wrist: the Astronomical Clock of Prague

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As we wrote a few weeks back, at the dawn of the 15th century much of Europe was divided into small, competitive city-states. Large-scale trading …
Review / Review

Detroit Watch Company M1-Woodward Chronograph Review

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One of the biggest urban success stories of the past few years is the ongoing Detroit Renaissance—once a shell of its former industrial self, the …

Time Off the Wrist: the Zytglogge of Bern

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While mankind’s preoccupation with timekeeping is nearly as old as civilization itself, mechanical clockmaking didn’t really come into its own until the late Middle Ages/early-Renaissance. …
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Introducing the OPH 786—Ophion’s Second Take on Accessible Luxury

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Very few men have left their mark on watchmaking history like Abraham-Louis Breguet. Over the course of his life, the French innovator built timepieces for …
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Love the Skin You’re In: the Lightweight Skin Diver

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Part of the appeal of dive watches is the idea of sheer functionality—the sense that the hunk of metal strapped to your wrist could, at …

Affordable Vintage: Head-to-Head With the Omega Seamaster ref. 166.0240 and King Seiko ref. 5621-7030

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One of the most difficult things about watch reviewing is that it often exists in a vacuum. While you can easily get a sense of …

Time Off the Wrist: Stonehenge

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We here at worn&wound are used to constantly thinking about time–after all, timekeeping is our …