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From “DNR” to Dominant World Power: A History of the Swatch Group

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Vintage watches are a hot topic these days. All you need to do is spend …

Watches and F1: The TAG Heuer Formula 1

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When talking watches and Formula 1, one name comes up again and again- Heuer, or in more recent times TAG Heuer, and this series would …
Review / Review

Astor+Banks Chrono Review

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Astor+Banks is a new boutique brand based out of Chicago that has really hit the ground running. I had the pleasure of getting brunch with …
Article / Style

Kickstart Your Wardrobe With GUSTIN

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After receiving his MBA from the University of California Berkley, Josh Gustin didn’t go into finance like most of his former classmates. Instead, he set …

A Look at the Timefactors PRS-9 Czech Air Force

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Flying watches nearly always have some heritage behind them.  The Bremont MB series, for example.  You’ll only get your mitts on an MB I (the …
Article / News & Releases

Barrington Watch Winder Review

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Watch winders… They’re kind of a mysterious watch accessory. They can be had for very cheap, or for way too much, yet in the end …

Watches and F1: Seiko 6138-8039 “John Player Special”

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The Seiko 6138 is a model that’s mentioned a lot in watch collecting circles, and for very good reason. While it’s not Seiko’s first automatic …

w&w Instagram Round-Up #26

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Wow…we’ve already done 26 of these! That’s half a year of round-ups! There’s over 10k great watch shots all labeled with #wornandwound over on instagram, …
Article / Guides

Summer Footwear: 4 Styles to Keep You Cool this Summer

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We’re experiencing a sort of weather limbo in New York City; it’s not exactly spring, …