December2019

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Introducing the Mission Timer One, the Debut Watch from Winfield Watch Company

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Mark Miller is a watch lover and former officer in the Navy, and a career …
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Albany Watches Pays Tribute to Japanese Diving Tradition with the Ama Diver

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Albany Watches is a new brand that has just introduced their first watch, the Ama Diver. Now, it will be no surprise to regular readers …
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Watches, Stories, and Gear: The NYE Ball Drop, the Cats Debacle, Ikea 2.0, 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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Hands-On: anOrdain Model 2 Fumé

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Younger brands can have a tough time attempting to carve out their own identity in a crowded marketplace. But Scotland’s anOrdain very quickly established themselves …
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Recapping 2019: The Worn & Wound Team’s Top Watch Pickups of the Year

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Part of what comes with being as watch-obsessed as we are is selling, buying, and trading watches. With 2019 coming to a close, we thought …
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Marnaut is Back with the Seascape 200M, a New Diver Inspired by Sea Urchin Skeletons

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Marnaut has returned with their latest project, currently being funded on Kickster, the Seascape 200M. Like 2018’s Dark Surge 300M, the Seascape is a diver …
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Christmas for Chronograph Fans: The A-13A Mechanical Will Launch on Kickstarter Today

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Back in June we brought you a first look at a pretty interesting pilot’s chronograph from A-13A. A mechanical version of their popular quartz model, …
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Orion Watches Takes to the Skies With Their Latest, the Pilot-Inspired Hellcat

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Orion Watches is back with their latest release, a followup to the well-liked (and well-named) Calamity dive watch. Their newest release, dubbed the Hellcat, is …
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Bringing Back Neil Armstrong’s Personal Watch: the Wolbrook Skindiver WT

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If you listened to our recent podcast looking back on 2019 (or if you’ve been …