September2015

Article / Vintage

Benrus Type I and Type II MIL-W-50717 Military Dive Watches

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When I think about all the things a military issued watch should be (robust, legible, …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the Martenero Ascent and Marquis

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The last time we wrote about Martenero, the Brooklyn-based brand had just released their two inaugural watches, the Ace and the Founder. For those unfamiliar, Martenero …
Article / Vintage

Omega Flightmaster: A Jumbo Jet for your Wrist

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The Omega Speedmaster was introduced in 1957 as a racing chronograph. Through no action of Omega’s marketing department, the watch became a classic in its …
Article / News & Releases

Watch Portraits by Atom Moore

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Just a few steps from NYC’s chaotic Canal street, up a flight of stairs and through a rather classy tattoo parlor, lies a room with …
Article / Guides

Chronography 3: Counting Registers

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One of the most definitive design elements of a chronograph–perhaps other than the addition of pushers to the side of the case–are the sub-dial totalizers …
Review / Review

Dietrich OT-1 Review

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It’s not too often we come across a watch that is really unlike anything we’ve seen before. Most designs play by at least some set …
Article / Vintage

Affordable Vintage: the Exactus Squale

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It’s no small secret that the dive watches of the mid twentieth century held a certain charm that got lost or blurred over the years. …
Article / News & Releases

Rising Moonphases by Frederique Constant and Christopher Ward

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I’m a firm believer in the idea that you can’t effectively judge anything on numbers alone. Looking only at the statistics of a watch completely …
Article / Style

Well-Made: 5 Great Leather Brands

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Worn & Wound is no stranger to fine leather goods. We’ve always been fans of …