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Introducing the Brew x w&w HP-1 Limited Edition

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Just about two years ago, we launched our very first collaboration watch in partnership with …
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Product Highlight: The Herringbone Harris Tweed Watch Roll

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Often imitated, never duplicated, the worn&wound Watch Roll set the standard. The first to feature soft lining to protect your watches, the first with rugged …

w&w Instagram Round-Up with a Sinn EZM1, a Vintage King Seiko, and More

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We’re back with another Instagram round-up featuring our 10 favorite watch snaps. Posts include a Sinn EZM 1 chronograph, a Nomos Orion, and a Stowa …

The worn&wound Podcast Episode 9: the White Paper on Fine Watchmaking, a Conversation with w&w Contributor Blake Rong, and More

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Episode 9 of The worn&wound Podcast is now up! Today, the team breaks down the recently published White Paper on Fine Watchmaking by the Fondation …
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From Start to Finish: Building My Custom d.m.h Watch

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A short while back, one of our readers, Marc Sirinsky, reached out to us about writing an article chronicling his experience with a small brand …
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Product Highlight: Shell Cordovan Straps

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Shell Cordovan is often considered to be the finest leather available. It’s truly rare, not just being made by only a handful tanneries worldwide, but …

w&w Instagram Round-Up with a Seiko 6105, an Omega “Marui” Speedmaster, and More

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We’re back with another Instagram round-up featuring our 10 favorite watch snaps. Posts include a vintage Le Jour chronograph, a Seiko 6105 diver, and a …

The worn&wound Podcast Episode 8: Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000, Zach’s Journey to an Omega Speedmaster, and More

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Episode 8 of The worn&wound Podcast is now up! Today, we talk about our popular “Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000” series. Then, the conversation segues into …
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Product Highlight: Single Pass Classic Straps

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It doesn’t get much simpler than a Single Pass strap, but that’s what makes them …