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Hands On with the Roue Collection

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Like most endeavors, freshman efforts in watchmaking are rarely the strongest. Designers are still figuring …
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Defakto Vektor Video Review

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Defakto is a German firm that is no stranger to Worn & Wound. Manufactured in Pforzheim, Germany by Ickler (which also operates Limes and Archimede), …
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Customizable Watches by Objest Video Review

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Objest is a London-based brand founded by designer Jared Mankelow. Some time ago, Objest launched its first series of pebble-shaped watches. This inaugural collection featured …
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Mido Ocean Star Review

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After years of looking at and reviewing watches on a daily/weekly basis, I’m sometimes surprised by what I end up liking. Sometimes it’s a watch …
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CWC Royal Navy Black Diver Automatic Mk. 2 Review

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If you have any interest in military watches, then the name Cabot Watch Company (otherwise known as CWC) will probably be familiar to you. CWC …
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Tate Wade Bokeh Video Review

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A few months back, Switzerland-based newcomer Tate Wade successfully completed a Kickstarter campaign for the brand’s inaugural collection dubbed Bokeh. Teaming up Studio Divine—a noted …
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Farer Oxley GMT Review

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I  have talked at length here on worn&wound about charm before, and how difficult it is to engineer into a timepiece. Today’s watch brings to …
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Hamilton Intra-matic 68 Auto Chrono Review

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Some watches cause quite the stir in watchworld and the Hamilton Intra-matic 68 Auto Chrono is certainly one of them. First announced in January of …
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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 …