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Tutima Watches: Richness in the German Horological Tradition

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Here at worn&wound, we feel the German brand Tutima doesn’t always get the attention it deserves, especially since it was one of the pioneers in …

Yachting Timers & Watches

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At worn&wound we’ve long been fascinated by watches that were designed specifically for individual sporting events. This is part of a series on these unique …
Article / Guides

Time Spec: 1970s British Military Asymmetrical Chronographs

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For over a decade, four companies – Hamilton, CWC, Newmark, and Precista – supplied simple, sturdy, 30-minute chronographs to the British military. Their classic black, …
Article / Guides

Time Spec: A Primer on Military Watches

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From the beginning of its existence, the watch has been an information tool, giving its wearer some piece of intelligence that he wouldn’t have on …
Review / Featured

Affordable Vintage: 1974 Gruen Precision

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Since yesterday was the 4th, we figured today would be a good day to briefly talk about an American brand that once was. A brand …
Article / Vintage

Affordable Vintage: Raketa Big Zero

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Stop what you’re doing (reading this, I assume), run over to ebay and search Raketa… Back? Chances are you just got lost in a weird …
Article / Guides

A Look at Seiko’s Early Divers

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When you are talking about vintage divers there are certain names that regularly come up. Rolex, Panerai, Omega, to name just a few of the …
Article / Vintage

Affordable Vintage: Auction at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers

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We don’t often talk about auctions on w&w… actually, this would be the first time, …