April2014 / Page 2

Review / Featured

Hands-on with the Kent Wang Art Deco

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Before getting into Kent Wang’s new Art Deco watch, one first needs to know two …
Article / Giveaway

CLOSED: Melbourne Watch Co Flinders Giveaway!

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It’s been far too long since our last giveaway, so we’re very excited to announce that we teamed up with our friends over at Melbourne …
Article / Style

Suigeneric Straps

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It’s hard to argue against the appeal of NATO straps. Their utility has made them a staple with most watch-enthusiasts, and if you’re anything like …
Article / Guides

A Guide to Rugged Solar and Kinetic Watches

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Of course there’s nothing like a finely tuned auto and the sense that your watch is powered purely from the motion you provide. Well, stop …
Article / News & Releases

W&W Horween Model 1s are Back!

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We are very excited to announce that our Model 1 watch straps are back in stock and better than ever. In 2013, we released our …
Review / Featured

Benarus Sea Snake Review

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Benarus stands out from the pack of boutique tool dive watches with designs that tend to be more unique and perhaps divisive. A perfect example …
Article / Interviews

Interview with Steve Laughlin of Benarus Watches

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It’s no secret that the Worn&Wound staff has enjoyed the watches created by Raven and Benarus, as well as their accessories division Suppa Parts. The …
Article / News & Releases

A Look at the Oris Caliber 110

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Oris is one of those brands that does things their own way.  They’re independently owned for a start, and have been since Paul Cattin and …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the Junghans Meister Telemeter

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A couple of weeks before Basel, I had the pleasure of getting to see a …