Review / Review

Junghans Meister Kalendar Moon Review

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When someone mentions Junghans, in all likeliness one of their impeccable Max Bill watches comes …

History of Chronometers Pt. 2: Observatory Trials

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John Harrison’s innovations in marine chronometry quickly took the world by storm. By the 1850s, marine chronometer watches were essentially standard equipment on oceangoing vessels …
Article / Sponsored

Hands-On with the Minus-8 Layer Silver-Blue

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Minus-8 is a San Fransisco based watch brand (their name describing their timezone) that we’ve talked about before on worn&wound. Last July, I did a …
Article / News & Releases

Stowa Takes to the Sea and Sky at Baselworld 2016

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Regular readers of worn&wound know that we have a lot of love for Stowa. The popular German brand just gets it; clean design, superb construction …
Review / Review

Halios Delfin PVD Review

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Halios watches probably needs little introduction on worn&wound. Over the last few years, the Vancouver based dive watch brand has earned a reputation for making …
Article / Vintage

Affordable Vintage: Hamilton Art Decos

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And now for something completely different. For anyone who has read any of my articles here, or seen my feed on Instagram, it’s plain to …
Article / Crowdfunding

On Kickstarter: Vilhelm Watches, The Element

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The micro-universe of crowd-funded watch brands is ever expanding these days. A little bit of knowledge, some supplier sources and the Kickstarter platform and nearly …
Article / Style

Spring Wardrobe: Jackets

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The time has come to store away the chunky wool sweaters, hang up the heavy coats, and bring out the springtime clothing arsenal as we …
Article / News & Releases

Small, Transparent and In Disguise; Meistersinger at Baselworld 2016

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When it comes to one-handed watches, Meistersinger is the first brand that should come to …
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