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Omega Speedmaster: The First 15 Years

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The Omega Speedmaster is one of a handful of watches that can truly be called …

Time Spec: Seiko 7A28 RAF Gen 1 Chronograph

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A few months ago, we showed you the manually-wound mechanical chronographs issued by the British military pilots in the 1970s.  Today, we’ll take a look …
Review / Review

Affordable Vintage: Seiko 6105

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Today, we’re excited to bring you the first of hopefully a long series on interesting and largely affordable vintage dive watches by w&w friend, @vintagediver …
Article / Guides

Soccer Timers

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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 …

Laco Watch Company – A Brand Highlight with a Family Perspective

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Sometime around 1992, when I was in the seventh grade, my father presented me with the gift of a new watch. I had started in …

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, …