by Li Wang 04.15.2014
Of course there’s nothing like a finely tuned auto and the sense that your watch is powered purely from the motion you provide. Well, stop romanticizing watches for a moment.
The term “Super Compressor” is one that is quite often misused these days. Most people associate Super Compressor (SC) with any watch that has dual crowns and an internal rotating…Read more »
by Brandon Cripps 03.17.2014
One of the more interesting and unique characteristics of military watches that sets them apart from their civilian counterparts are the issue markings. These numbers and symbols – sometimes on…Read more »
by Ed Estlow 01.06.2014
A few months ago we began a series on unique, niche sports watches. That first article was about yachting timers. Here we present the second in the series: football/soccer timers….Read more »
Wow, 2013 is over and it’s been a fantastic year for worn&wound! We’ve more than tripled our readership, made various improvements to the site all around and, most importantly, acquired…Read more »
The dreaded holiday shopping season is officially upon us, and we here at worn&wound are going to do our duty to steer you in the right direction (or give you…Read more »
Bronze watches are increasing in popularity by the day; a trend we are wholeheartedly supporters of. Bronze watches (sometimes brass, and of varying alloys) integrate really well into a watch…Read more »
by Brandon Cripps 10.07.2013
For over a decade, four companies – Hamilton, CWC, Newmark, and Precista – supplied simple, sturdy, 30-minute chronographs to the British military. Their classic black, 2-register dials, workhorse Valjoux 7733…Read more »
by Li Wang 09.16.2013
Watch modding (modification) has become a subculture within the watch collectors’ world with a small but strong contingent of individuals making parts.