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Review / Review

Christopher Ward Trident C60 GMT 600 38mm Review

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Not too long ago, we announced that Christopher Ward had totally overhauled their Trident C60 line. A …
Article / Guides

10 Watches in Blue

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Every year at Basel people proclaim that blue is making a come back… but I dare say, it never left. Blue dialed watches are…well, and …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the MMT R Series Watches

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I almost can’t believe what I’m about to write… A brand has come out with a wood cased watch that I actually like! Now, I …
Article / News & Releases

Suigeneric Spring 2015

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With Spring officially here, it’s time to start considering your warmer weather strap game. Less heavy leather, more fabric and textile to allow breathability and …
Article / Vintage

Children of the Digital Revolution

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If Watchworld were a sensible place, a watch offering terrifying accuracy, with a tiny crystal heart beating at around 32,800Hz, that never needed winding and …
Review / Review

Hands-On: Kent Wang Bauhaus v3

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Kent Wang is no stranger to Worn & Wound. Last year we reviewed the Art Deco watch, Wang’s second timepiece and ode to Art Deco …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the Stowa Rana

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Late last year Stowa announced a new addition to the Antea line, the “Back to Bauhaus” collection. Born out of a collaboration between Stowa’s Jorg …

w&w Round-Table #10: BaselWorld 2015 Favorites

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With BaselWorld 2015 officially over, and the jetlag having fully dissipated, we figured this edition of the worn&wound round-table would be a good time to …
Article / Featured

The Watch Curmudgeon: Chronoswiss Kairos Review

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One fine Saturday afternoon in ’92, when cell phones were as large as size 8.5 …