by Li Wang 02.17.2014
Modding a watch can be addictive. If you are a creative type, finding just the right parts to make your very own perfect watch can be an interesting journey.
by James Enloe 10.04.2013
World War I soldiers, rather than carrying impractical pocket watches on fobs, found it much more convenient to wear pocket watches attached to their wrists via leather straps. Pocket watches…Read more »
by Li Wang 09.16.2013
Watch modding (modification) has become a subculture within the watch collectors’ world with a small but strong contingent of individuals making parts.
by Li Wang 08.12.2013
Jake Bourdeau, better known as Jake B on the watch forums, has become the biggest name in the international Seiko watch modding community. After the company founder and Jake’s mentor…Read more »
While G-Shocks and digital watches of the like don’t often make it to the pages of worn&wound, we can’t deny their popularity. People of all stripes and interests go wild…Read more »
Watch modding can be a scary process. For those of us who are not avid DIY’ers, cracking open a watch and tinkering with its components is a bit overwhelming. Thankfully,…Read more »
Those of us who enjoy watches (and you’re a member of this club if you read this blog) know that before the advent of the wristwatch, pocket watches were the…Read more »
I’ve always thought of watch modding as a bit of a double-edged sword. Its great to see a unique, often one-of-a-kind take on a watch, but its also a little…Read more »
A few weeks ago we posted our first watch mod update with a really nice example of a home modded Seiko SNK. For those of you not quite brave enough…Read more »