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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 …
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Hands-On with the Laco Navy Philadelphia

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Laco has a rich history of producing high-quality, purposed watches. They were one of the five original manufacturers of “B-Uhren” Fliegers, and they also began producing …
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Halios Seaforth Review

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For micro-brand watch enthusiasts, Halios is one of those brands whose releases cause a particularly high level of excitement. The mix of infrequent new models …
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Seiko Marine Master Professional 300M “Tuna” – ref. SBBN031 Review

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For the longest time, I struggled to understand the appeal of Seiko’s family of shrouded divers. To be completely frank, I had considered the Seiko …
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Oris Artelier Calibre 111 Anthracite Review

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In 2014, Oris turned heads with the release of the Artelier Calibre 110, a limited edition watch boasting the brand’s first in-house movement (also referred …
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Detroit Watch Company M1-Woodward Chronograph Review

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One of the biggest urban success stories of the past few years is the ongoing Detroit Renaissance—once a shell of its former industrial self, the …
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Kronaby Apex Review: A Connected Watch Worth Giving a Shot

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Smart watch! Got your attention. Though practically a four-letter word in watchdom, it’s a reality that they have become a part of the fabric of …
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Hands-On with the Nezumi Baleine

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In 2015, Nezumi hit the market running with the impressive Voiture. If you’re a long-time reader of worn&wound, or if you follow us on Instagram, …
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Hands-On with the Nodus Trieste Diver

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Nodus is an up-and-coming, Los Angeles-based brand entering the ever-expanding field of micro-brand divers. Their …