October2020

Watches, Stories & Gear: A British Alliance, Newman’s Non-Newman Daytona Heads to Auction, And Spooky Art from NASA

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“Watches, Stories, and Gear” is a roundup of our favorite content, watch or otherwise, from …
Article / Editorial

Fun Watches (and Machines) For The Halloween Weekend

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In a normal year, we’d be gearing up for a Halloween weekend right now, but this is no normal year. So, instead of door to …
Article / Featured

The Virtual Windup Watch Fair is Almost Here!

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The Virtual Windup Watch Fair is just two weeks away and we’re extremely excited to get the show underway. Today we wanted to share a …
Review / Hands-On

Hands-On With The New Christopher Ward C65 Chronograph ‘Wild Thing’

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Christopher Ward lets their hair down a bit with the release of the new C65 Chronograph nicknamed ‘Wild Thing’. This is the first chronograph to …
Review / Review

Review: The Nomos Ludwig Neomatik 39 – A Tale of Two Ludwigs

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Ah, the Nomos Ludwig. You know, the one with the Roman numerals. A mainstay of Nomos’ collection, it doesn’t get nearly the same praise or …
Article / News & Releases

Zodiac and Timeless Team Up for the Latest Super Seawolf GMT

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More than most brands, Zodiac has embraced this new age of the GMT. A complication that in 2020 doesn’t mean what it did in almost …
Article / Featured

Introducing the Aquis Date Calibre 400, the First Watch Featuring a New In-House Movement from Oris

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Earlier this month, Oris dropped some big news in the form of a brand new movement, made in-house, featuring some impressive specs. The Calibre 400 …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing the Farer Pilot Collection

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Hot off the release of their GMT Bezel collection, Farer has announced three new watches to form their Pilot collection. In typical Farer fashion, each …
Podcast / Podcast

The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 156: Ask the Collectors #3 – How Do You Pick Your Next Watch?

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Today on the Worn & Wound podcast, it’s the third installment of our “Ask the …