December2018

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Recapping 2018: 25 of Our Favorite Articles

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It was a big year for watches, and through it all our goal with the …
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The Co-Axial Escapement: an Horological Hit

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The co-axial escapement—generally regarded one of the most significant contributions to mechanical horology in the past two centuries—will soon celebrate its 20th anniversary as Omega’s …
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Giveaway: Enter to Win an Omega Seamaster 300M from StockX

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We’re back with another giveaway to celebrate the new year. We’ve teamed up with StockX to giveaway an Omega Seamaster 300M ref 210.32.42.20.01.001. THIS GIVEAWAY IS …
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First Look: The Brooklyn Gent from Carpenter Watches

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The Brooklyn Gent is the long overdue sophomore release from Carpenter Watches, a Brooklyn-based micro that hit the ground running way back in 2015 with …
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Hands-On: Maison Celadon Yue Fei Diver

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When Benjamin Chee founded Maison Celadon in 2012, his goal was simple, but bold: to put out into the world luxury watches that are “Made …
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Our 15 Favorite Watch Reviews of 2018

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2018 was a great year in watches, and we had more than our fair share of awesome timepieces make their way through Worn & Wound …
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Not Just Watches: the Joys of Collecting Horological Ephemera

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Collecting vintage watches is fantastic in and of itself, with all manner of brands, models, eras, and styles to choose from and to focus on. …
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Introducing the Pelton Sector Nickel Silver LE, with an American-Made Case and Dial

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This Fall, we introduced Pelton Watches to our readers with a hands-on review of the Sector and a podcast interview with Deni Mesanovic, Pelton’s founder and …
Review / Review

Review: anOrdain Model 1

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For the minimalist 38-millimeter Model 1, Scotland’s anOrdain spent over 4,000 hours over three years …