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The worn&wound Podcast Ep. 12: a Conversation with R.T. Custer of Vortic Watch Company

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Welcome to Episode 12 of The worn&wound Podcast. In this episode, we sit down with …

Affordable Vintage: Head-to-Head With the Omega Seamaster ref. 166.0240 and King Seiko ref. 5621-7030

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One of the most difficult things about watch reviewing is that it often exists in a vacuum. While you can easily get a sense of …

Time Off the Wrist: Stonehenge

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We here at worn&wound are used to constantly thinking about time–after all, timekeeping is our business. However, the way in which most of us usually …
Article / Featured

Product Highlight: American-made Watch Accessories

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In 2012, when we first started discussing making our own watch accessories, one concept was at the core of what we were trying to do: …

w&w Instagram Round-Up with a Smiths W10, a California-Dial Rolex Bubbleback, and More

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We’re back with another Instagram round-up featuring our 10 favorite watch snaps. But before we get to the watches, we’d like to thank everyone who …
Review / Review

Hands-on with The Daily by Richardt Mejer

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The last time we took a look at Richardt Mejer, it was in our review of their Signature collection. As the name suggests, that watch …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the Bronson from Collins Watch, a USA-Assembled Watch Now on Kickstarter

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The founder of Collins Watch, Jimmy Collins, is a self-proclaimed “watch guy through and through.” He also has a background in music recording, a passion …

A Podcast Listener’s Response to the White Paper on Fine Watchmaking

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In episode 9 of The worn&wound Podcast, we discussed what was at the time the newly released White Paper on Fine Watchmaking. If you haven’t …
Article / Featured

Around the Web: “Watches from the Soviet Union”

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A few weeks back, Blake Rong, one of our contributors, swung by our office to …