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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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MeisterSinger Phanero Review

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One of the most memorable booths from Basel World 2016 was Meistersinger’s. It wasn’t because …
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Hands-On with the Dan Henry 1947

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Just a few months back, we had the pleasure of introducing you to the Dan Henry collection of watches. This suite of watches took us …
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Raven Trekker 40 Review

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Over the last year or so, Raven Watches has begun to redefine themselves as a brand. Part of the SteVral group, which also includes tool-dive …
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Hands-On with the Helm Vanuatu

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It’s really hard to argue against a good deal. When you find something that is nicely designed and well-made, then you find out it’s also …
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Introducing New High Craft – Vintage and Single Pass Classic Colors

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This is it, we promise! Our final product release of 2016 (I think). It’s been a hell of a year for our humble shop, starting …
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Hands-On Video: Two Affordable, Unisex Miró Watches

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Miró is a brand we’ve looked at a couple of times on worn&wound. They aren’t the typical type of brand we discuss, but they’re a …
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A Tudor with a Touch of Sinn: Introducing the Pelagos LHD

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When I saw the new Tudor Pelagos LHD and the resulting slurry of posts, my first thought, which I imagine most people had, was simply …
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Hands-On with the Triton Subphotique

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Bringing back historical watches is a funny thing. Often, brands recreate something famous and iconic that both enthusiasts and non can relate to. After all …
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Hands-On with the Boldr Journey

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When Boldr announced their Journey chronographs several months ago, they were met with a lot …