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Hands-On with the Christopher Ward C5 Malvern 595

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The rules around exactly what makes a dress watch seem to vary depending on who …
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Mido Multifort Datometer Review

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You may not believe it, but the Mido Multifort Datometer is a sports watch. Well, it was in the 1930s when it was first released. …
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Review: MK II Gen. 3 Paradive

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The MK II Paradive pays homage to a beloved military dive watch, the Benrus Type 1 (there’s also a Type 2 with a different dial …
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Hands-On With the CWC RN Fleet Air Arm Pilot’s Chronograph

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Cabot Watch Company (CWC) have been supplying watches to the British Armed Forces for over 40 years. Today, we’re looking at a pilot’s chronograph watch …
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Review (Video): Nomos Zürich Weltzeit/Worldtimer Topper Edition

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A couple of years ago, we took a look at the Oris Divers Sixty-Five Topper Edition. Through some small changes—removing the date, changing some of …
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Hands-On with the Mido Multifort Escape Horween Edition

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In an episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast titled Patina, Fauxtina, and Aged Watches, we discuss a polarizing industry trend—the intentional aging of modern watches to …
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Review: 6B MKIII Scramble Chronograph

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Late last year, long-time Worn & Wound reader James Smith (you Instagram fanatics may better know him as thejames80) reviewed his fantastic Seiko ref. SPB053 in …
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Hands-On with the Maen Hudson 38 Automatic

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Based out of Stockholm, Sweden, Maen have so far concentrated on producing clean and classically styled quartz watches at relatively low prices. The brand name …
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Review: Raven Venture

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While Raven Watches began about ten years ago with several Submariner-type homage watches, the past …