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Grand Seiko’s Latest Sporty GMT Puts a Familiar Style in a New Package

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Rolex Looks Back With The New Explorer 124270

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Fortis Introduces the Marinemaster Line, a Watch Made for Life Outdoors

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G-Shock Goes Sci-Fi with the Titanium GMW-B5000TVA

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G-Shock’s latest watch modeled after their classic square shaped timepieces is deceptively creative. At a glance, the GMW-B5000VTA might look like any number of other …

 

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Hands-On With The Delightfully Playful Paulin Neo

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Rolex Looks Back With The New Explorer 124270

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Seasons Change: When a Grand Seiko Regional Release Goes International

By Zach Kazan 10.11.2021
Two years ago, when I decided to purchase the Grand Seiko SBGH271, I went through all the mental gymnastics you’d expect ahead of making what ...
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Grand Seiko Finishing, Dials: The Poetry of Texture

By Worn & Wound 10.12.2021
The dial, in many ways, is the heart and soul of a watch. It’s literally what you see when you use the watch for its ...
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Traska Introduces an Affordable, Vintage Inspired Sports Watch with Lacquered Dials in Four Colors

By Zach Kazan 10.11.2021
Over the last few years, Traska has developed an enthusiastic following in the watch community among those who appreciate affordably priced tool watches with subtle ...
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G-Shock Goes Sci-Fi with the Titanium GMW-B5000TVA

By Zach Kazan 10.13.2021
G-Shock’s latest watch modeled after their classic square shaped timepieces is deceptively creative. At a glance, the GMW-B5000VTA might look like any number of other ...
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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 207: Chatting with Gabe Reilly from Collective

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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 206: September in Review

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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 205: A Growing Interest in Gold

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