November2015 / Page 3

Article / Vintage

Affordable Vintage: 1970’s Le Jour Valjoux 7765 Monnin Design

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If you’re the type to browse forums for vintage watches, chances are you’ve stumbled across …
Article / News & Releases

Great George Watches from New York City

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It seems that you cannot turn around without another watch appearing on Kickstarter. It is amazing how the platform has provided a resource for individuals …
Article / Giveaway

Melbourne Portsea Heritage Giveaway! CLOSED

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To follow up the hands-on we did earlier today, we’ve teamed up with Melbourne to giveaway the very same watch! So, if you liked what …
Article / News & Releases

Hands-On with the Melbourne Portsea Heritage

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Almost one year ago I had the pleasure of reviewing the Melbourne Watch Company’s Portsea models. A play on Marine chronometers, these nautically themed watches …
Article / News & Releases

Checking in with the Germans: Nomos, Damasko, Stowa and Archimede

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Any long-time reader of worn&wound knows of our affinity for German watches. From tough purpose-driven brands like Sinn and Damasko to Bauhaus stalwarts like Nomos …
Review / Review

Ophion 960 Review

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In the world of affordable watches, there’s a lot of variation in terms of design and concept, giving us lots of watches to be interested …
Article / Crowdfunding

Carpenter Watches Launches on Kickstarter

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Lots of brands are able to leverage social media and Kickstarter to push for a successful first (or second, or third) launch of a watch …
Article / Vintage

Affordable Vintage: Seiko 6138-0030 “Kakume”

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Of all the incredible chronographs produced by Seiko in the 1970’s, in my opinion there is one that stands head and shoulders above the rest: …