May2016 / Page 3

Article / News & Releases

Introducing the TWCO Salvage Diver

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Technical Watch Company (TWCO) is a Netherlands-based micro-brand with a keen focus on producing professional …
Review / Review

Deaumar Ensign Prototype Hands-On

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Value plays a huge role in the watches we discuss on worn&wound. It’s a subjective quality for sure, but one that we keep in focus, …
Article / Guides

A Guide to “Destro”: Watches from Sinn, Mühle, Citizen, and More

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The vast majority of watches on the market feature a crown at 3 o’clock. Some manufacturers play around with the positioning of the crown, though …

History of Chronometers Pt. 4: In-House and Beyond COSC

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Since 1972, the Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres, or COSC, has been the official Swiss regulatory body for chronometers, providing testing and certifications to much …
Article / Featured

worn&wound Turns 5

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Wow. It’s been five years since we started worn&wound. Five crazy years watching our brand and website grow from a side project run out of …

Chinese Forum Watch Project: An Affordable With a 70-Hour Power Reserve

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These days the watch community has grown accustomed to watch projects via crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. But before there was ever a Kickstarter, …
Review / Review

Hanhart Pilot Primus Desert Sand Review

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When we last reviewed a watch by Hanhart, we took a look at a model that spoke directly to the history of the brand. Named …
Article / Vintage

Affordable Vintage: Croton Nivada Grenchen Antarctic

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In 1957/58, a group of about forty countries, including the US, Soviet Union, and most of Europe came together to declare the International Geophysical Year …

w&w Round-Table #15: What Is Your Favorite Microbrand?

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Welcome to our 15th worn&wound round-table. Today, we ask our editorial team,“What is your favorite …