May2013 / Page 2

Review / Featured

Orient Sparta Review

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Ugh… Here we go again. Sitting in front of me is a watch I really …
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A Quick Look at the Seagull 1963 42mm

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A little while back on worn&wound we took a look at the Seagull 1963 chronograph (if you don’t recall or missed that one, click here …
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The Girard-Perregaux Constant Escapement: Watch Lust at BaselWorld 2013

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One of the great things about BaselWorld is being able to see and touch watches that are normally pretty off limits…in fact, there might only …
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Bomberg 1968 Review

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Most brands that seemingly come out of nowhere tend to take a subtle approach to their entry into the watch market. An ad here, a …
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Introducing the MeisterSinger Pangaea Day Date

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For those unfamiliar, MeisterSinger is a German watch brand that in just 12 years of operation has developed the reputation as a leading manufacturer of …
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Oris at BaselWorld 2013

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Oris is one of those brands whose watches need to be seen and held to really be appreciated. Sure, they look great in pictures, but …
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ContaTempo Scuderia at Baselworld 2013

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ContaTempo Scuderia is a watch brand many of you may be unaware of, but their aggressive, overbuilt, race inspired aesthetic is one that begs to …
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Introducing the Hamilton Khaki Pilot Pioneer Automatic Chronograph

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Perhaps the thing we love to see the most in the affordable/accessible price range is mechanical innovation, especially when paired with attractive design. To that …
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Review: Twixt Time

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For those of us deep in the hobby, obsession is part of watch ownership and …