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Zach Weiss

Zach is the co-founder and Executive Editor of worn&wound. Before diving head first into the world of watches, he spent his days as a product and graphic designer. Zach views watches as the perfect synergy of 2D and 3D design: the place where form, function, fashion and mechanical wonderment come together.
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The Clockwerk 3D-Printed Triple-Axis Tourbillon by Adam Wrigley

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Triple-axis tourbillon. These are not words we have had much chance to use on worn&wound. …
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Hands-on with the Autodromo Group B Evoluzione

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Back in January, I had the opportunity to review Autodromo’s newest line of watches. Inspired by the brutal Group B rally cars, Autodromo created a …
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10:25 Vintage and Analog/Shift Join Forces

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A few weeks ago, something great for fans of affordable vintage occurred. Our friends at 10:25 Vintage and Analog/Shift joined forces. More specifically, 10:25 became …
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worn&wound Turns 5

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Wow. It’s been five years since we started worn&wound. Five crazy years watching our brand and website grow from a side project run out of …
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Small, Transparent and In Disguise; Meistersinger at Baselworld 2016

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When it comes to one-handed watches, Meistersinger is the first brand that should come to mind. Their line of watches over the years has grown …
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Visiting Horage in Biel, and a Look at their new Array K1 Watch

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This year in Basel, we got to experience a first… we got to leave Basel. Yep, we broke free for a night, ditched the industry …
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Nomos Introduces the Tetra Neomatik

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Nomos is a brand that should need little introduction on w&w. A staff and crowd favorite, Nomos’ watches exude style, elegance and value like no …
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Introducing the MMT Ephemeris: A Poetic Take on the Custom Watch

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While most of the watch news you’ll read over the next couple of weeks will be coming out of Basel, perhaps the most conceptually interesting …
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Introducing the Mido Baroncelli Heritage

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Of the various types of watch, “dress” seem to be the most uncommon in the …