May2018 / Page 3

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Hamilton Watches: Pulling from the Archives

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There are few brands as storied as Hamilton. Founded in 1892 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Hamilton …
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Review (Video): Nomos Zürich Weltzeit/Worldtimer Topper Edition

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A couple of years ago, we took a look at the Oris Divers Sixty-Five Topper Edition. Through some small changes—removing the date, changing some of …
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Wind^UP San Francisco Is Less Than One Week Away!

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We’re less than one week away from Wind^Up San Francisco. The entire Worn & Wound team is really excited to bring the show to all …
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#wornandwound Instagram Round-Up with a Rolex Explorer 1016, Smiths W10, and More

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This week, we’ve got another 10 great Instagram watch snaps courtesy of you all. But before we get to the watches, we’d like to thank …
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Hands-On with the Mido Multifort Escape Horween Edition

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In an episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast titled Patina, Fauxtina, and Aged Watches, we discuss a polarizing industry trend—the intentional aging of modern watches to …
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Come See Oris at Wind^Up San Francisco

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Wind^Up San Francisco is right around the corner, kicking off May 18th and continuing through the 20th in a beautiful gallery space right off of …

Military Watches of the World: Great Britain Part 1—The Boer War Through The Second World War

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In the second installment of our series focused on military watches from around the world, we are going to examine the military watches of Great Britain, …
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Review: 6B MKIII Scramble Chronograph

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Late last year, long-time Worn & Wound reader James Smith (you Instagram fanatics may better know him as thejames80) reviewed his fantastic Seiko ref. SPB053 in …
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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 65: Wind^Up San Francisco Preview

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If you read Worn & Wound daily, then you’re well aware that we’re our Wind^Up …