March2014 / Page 2

Article / Guides

A Guide to Super Compressors

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The term “Super Compressor” is one that is quite often misused these days. Most people …

w&w Instagram Round-Up #18

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What a killer week for #wornandwound! There were so many great pics, that I couldn’t decide on 10, so this week I went for 15. …
Review / Featured

Nomos Orion 38 Datum Review

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Here at w&w, we do a poor job of hiding our enthusiasm for Nomos Glashuette. They are one of those brands that the mere mention …
Article / Featured

The Moto 360 Smartwatch

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Watches have gone through several phases of innovation throughout their long history. We have seen new technologies allowing for improved water resistance, longer power reserves, …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the worn&wound Watch Fold

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We’re very excited to announce worn&wound’s newest American made product, the w&w Watch Fold! Unsatisfied with the standard watch pouch, we designed the Watch Fold …
Article / Sponsored

The TAG Heuer Monaco: From the Track to the History Books

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The Principality of Monaco, despite being less than a square mile, is the most densely populated country in the world, with over 36,000 people residing …
Article / Guides

Time Spec: Military Watch Markings – Deciphering the Code

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One of the more interesting and unique characteristics of military watches that sets them apart from their civilian counterparts are the issue markings. These numbers …

w&w Instagram Round-Up #17

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The theme of this week’s round-up is “awesome”… which in all fairness is the theme every week. The sub-theme is tool watches and patina as …
Review / Review

Hands-on with Max Bill Watches by Junghans

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Max Bill was a renowned Swiss designer, graphic artist, and architect who is remembered, first …