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Rising Moonphases by Frederique Constant and Christopher Ward

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I’m a firm believer in the idea that you can’t effectively judge anything on numbers …
Review / Review

Oris Divers Sixty-Five Review

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It’s safe to say we’ve been in the midst of a retro-diver renaissance for a couple of years now, and the trend has produced some …
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Watches and Cars at Drive Tastefully: Barker Hangar

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There’s something deeply, primally satisfying about the snap of a mechanical chronograph. Not only just for the feeling of tiny, precision-engineered parts springing to life …
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Watches in Space: Alexey Leonov

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Judging by the fact that this article is part 3 of a series, it’s fair to say that the Poljot Strela was not the first …
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Oris’ BaselWorld 2015 Highlights

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Oris has been on of our favorite brands here at worn&wound in recent years, producing great entry-level luxury pieces like the Big Crown ProPilot Date …

Sean’s 5 for $2,000

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When I was first told about the concept for our “5 Watches for $2000” series, I was, like everyone else at Worn and Wound, excited …

Watches in Space: John Glenn and the Heuer 2915A

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There’s no denying that the United States started off on the back foot in the Space Race. Since the launch of Sputnik 1 in 1957, …
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Watches in Space: Yuri Gagarin

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Nothing else in modern history has captured mankind’s imagination like the depths of space. The limitless “final frontier” has been the stage for the Magellans …
Article / Vintage

Daini Seikosha: The Other Seiko Factory

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Seiko is one of the most iconic brands in the watch world, and their incredible …