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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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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Railmaster Review

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When the topic of luxury watch brands comes to mind, Omega is likely one of …
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Introducing the Timex x Todd Snyder Blackjack

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Timex needs little introduction. Chances are you’ve owned at least one watch from this storied, American-born brand in your days as a watch enthusiast, and …
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Halios Seaforth Review

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For micro-brand watch enthusiasts, Halios is one of those brands whose releases cause a particularly high level of excitement. The mix of infrequent new models …

Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000: Zach’s Picks

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We’re back with the our latest installment of our popular Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000 series. We’ve already seen Ilya’s, Mark’s, Hung’s, Sean’s, Christoph’s, and ZQ’s …
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Kronaby Apex Review: A Connected Watch Worth Giving a Shot

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Smart watch! Got your attention. Though practically a four-letter word in watchdom, it’s a reality that they have become a part of the fabric of …
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Christopher Ward C1 Grand Malvern Review

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When Christopher Ward first announced the C1 Grand Malvern, I was very excited. Over the last six years, we’ve seen that brand grow and change …
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Farer Introduces 3 New Mechanical GMTs

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It’s hard to deny the appeal of a mechanical GMT or dual time watch. A classic complication, the GMT adds obvious functionality. Though most typically …
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Hands-on with The Daily by Richardt Mejer

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The last time we took a look at Richardt Mejer, it was in our review of their Signature collection. As the name suggests, that watch …
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Brellum Duobox Review

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It’s always a great experience when you first see a watch in person that you …