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Introducing the Frederique Constant Classics Automatic 24HR

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It’s kind of odd that 24-hour dial watches are a rarity. Sure, in the US, …
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Introducing the Brellum Wyvern Classic “Petite Seconde”

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While Brellum has gained substantial praise from critics and enthusiasts alike since their arrival on the scene in 2016, they’ve focused almost exclusively on their …
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Holiday Gift Guides at the Windup Watch Shop

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Though the shopping season has already been upon us for a few weeks, it’s never too late to find something great for someone you’re close …
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Worn & Wound Writer’s Holiday Gift Guide 2018

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The holiday season is upon us, and we know that you’ll all be looking for that perfect holiday gift. To that end, we rallied the …
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Watches, Stories, and Gear: An Unusual Seiko Diver, Edward Gorey’s Victorian Horrors, and More

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“Watches, Stories, and Gear” is a weekly roundup of some our favorite watch content, great stories from around the web, and cool gear that we’ve …
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Military Watches of the World: Germany Part 1—19th Century Through World War II

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In the third and final installment of our series focused on military watches from around the world, we are going to take a look at military …
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Review: Méraud Bonaire

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The sea of micro-brand dive watches is not a shallow one, and with crowd-funding platforms making it easier than ever before for enthusiasts to bring …
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Introducing the Tockr D-Day C-47, Made From Sections of Douglas “That’s All, Brother” C-47 Skytrain

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One of the more unusual trends of the past few years has been the use of reclaimed historic materials in watches. Everything from junked Ford …
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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 80: Diving in Bermuda with the Doxa Sharkhunter and Seiko SKX007

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On this week’s episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast, Ilya and Allen talk about …