July2019

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The Junghans Max Bill Chronoscope 100 Jahre Bauhaus – Pre Order Now

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The Bauhaus school was founded in 1919 by Walter Gropius in Dessau, Germany. Perhaps the …
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First Look at the Akura Wayfarer

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Like many debut watches from up-and-coming brands, the Akura Wayfarer has been some time in the making. During an 18-month period, brand proprietor and designer …
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Announcing the 2019 New York City Windup Watch Fair!

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We’re excited to announce that Windup Watch Fair is returning to NYC October 25 – 27 at Chelsea Market. 2019 marks the fifth year of Windup, …
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First Look at the Hanhart Primus Nautic Pilot Bronze

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Starting in 1882, Hanhart has been specializing in pilot chronographs and stopwatches for well over a century. Hanhart’s first chronograph in a long line of …

eBay Finds: Benrus Ultra Deep Super Compressor, Nivada Grenchen Chronoking, and More

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When it comes to shopping for vintage watches on eBay, it can be a gold mine, but it can also be a minefield. Our very …
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Watches, Stories, and Gear: Dubois Dépraz’s Winning New Chronograph, the Story behind ADIDAS’ Most Famous Sneaker, and More

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“Watches, Stories, and Gear” is a roundup of some of our favorite watch content on Worn & Wound, great stories from around the web, and …
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Review: VERO SW (Sport Watch)

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Regardless of where you’re from, being able to say that you manufacture in a facility that’s in your own backyard carries some serious weight. Largely, …
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Tux or Ducks, the History and Evolution of the Bulova Regatta

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Bulova has been a mainstay in American watchmaking for nearly as long as there has been American watchmaking. As the premier entry-level-luxury watch brand based …
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Introducing the King of the “Monsters,” the Seiko USA Exclusive Ref. SRPD29

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The “Monster” is undoubtedly one of Seiko’s most polarizing divers. Some swear by it, and …