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Hands-On with the Mido Baroncelli III Heritage (33mm)

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The size of a watch is almost always a lightning rod for debate. Any new …
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Tudor Pelagos LHD Review

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Back in November, Tudor took us all by surprise with the seemingly out-of-nowhere release of the Pelagos LHD, or Left Hand Drive. Inspired by a …
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Baltic Watches HMS and Bicompax 001 Review

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It’s a funny thing. With all of the vintage reissues and throwbacks coming out, some just get it right while others, not so much. Sometimes …
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Exclusive 1st Review: The Porsche 911 Inspired REC 901

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Denmark’s REC is a brand we’ve been fans of at worn&wound since we first saw their simple, quartz Mini-Cooper based watches a few years back. …
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Klynt EC Review

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What defines the “haute” aesthetic? Is it complexity? Is it elegance? Is it a use of surprising materials and finishes? Is it all and yet …
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Hands On with the Moto Koure MK I Automatic

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Automotive-inspired chronographs are everywhere these days. Autodromo, Straton, Helgray and even big dogs like Oris are getting in on the action. Most of these efforts …
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Hands-On with the Marloe Watch Company Lomond Chronoscope

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A few years ago, we wrote about the the Cherwell watch from a small outfit out of the UK, Marloe Watch Company. Featuring a multi-level …
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Dan Henry 1939 Chronograph Video Review

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It’s been just a few months since the Dan Henry watches made their debut, which we wrote about here, but they’ve already made quite a …
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Hands-On with the Seiko 5 Sports “Diastar” SSA285K1

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A Seiko 5 watch comes with a set of expectations. If it’s wearing the badge …