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Review: Stowa Flieger Classic 40 Ikarus

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It’s impossible to talk about flieger watches without mentioning Stowa. Equally, it’s difficult to talk …
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Introducing the REC P-51 RTR, a Limited Edition With Metal From Vaughn Gittin Jr.’s 2017 Mustang RTR

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REC Watches has just released a limited edition 45-millimeter, Miyota-powered mechanical watch that includes recycled carbon-fiber and aluminum parts from world champion drift racer Vaughn …
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eBay Finds: Bulova “Devil Diver,” Consul Super Compressor, 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. Not too …
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Not Just Leather—Why We Love Nylon in the Worn & Wound Shop

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Nylon is a great material, prized both for its long-lasting durability and its color fastness. In other words, it can take a beating and still …
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Watches, Stories, and Gear: Navigating King Seiko, a Daring Rescue, and More

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Watches, Stories, and Gear is a weekly roundup of some our favorite watch content from Worn & Wound, great stories from around the web, and …
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Making a Tool Watch: A Basic Guide to ISO, DIN, and Related Industry Standards

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Though it’s typically easy enough for a collector to differentiate between various categories of watches, sussing out the technical definition of each of these categories …
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Review: Hanhart Pioneer One Limited Edition

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Long ago, in a village called Gütenbach in the Black Forest of Germany, farmers used to spend the bitter cold winter months building clocks in their …
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Patinated Minimalism—Introducing Flint Watches

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Flint is a London-based watch brand that has been riffing on a single minimalist dress watch design since August of 2017. That 38-millimeter watch is …
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The Revenge of Analog: a Book, an Idea, and a Phenomenon

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Until about a year ago, whenever I’d start rambling about my love of watches to …