The Watch Curmudgeon #1

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Introducing the Watch Curmudgeon: a new column on worn&wound that is intended to be a …
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The Type 46 Watch: An Interview with Gabriel Ménard of Division Furtive

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The Type 46 by Division Furtive represents a very new and interesting take on the modern wristwatch. Utilizing tech elements such as microprocessors, mechatronics and …
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Steinhart Ocean Vintage Military: Initial Impressions

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When I woke up a couple of months ago with an image of the Steinhart Ocean Vintage Military in my mind, I knew I was …
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Mid 90s Swiss Army Mecha-Quartz Chronograph?

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A few weeks ago my Dad, an avid watch-nerd, brought to my attention a peculiar watch from his collection. The watch is a Swiss Army …
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Junkers does Bauhaus, Miyota 9100 and a Watch Fit for a Sky Captain

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The Junkers brand of watches by PointTEC could be generally summarized as budget-minded pilot watches designed to celebrate the work of the inventor Hugo Junkers. …

Seiko SKX007

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If you frequent worn&wound, than you know how much we appreciate a good Seiko.   We’ve reviewed the SNZH53 diver, the SNDA65 chrono and preached the …
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Lüm-Tec Combat B16 + Super Combat B2

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The Combat B line of watches by Lüm-Tec appeal to that macho side of our aesthetics; the side that looks at a mud covered truck …
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Spin-R Hands-On

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From the archives of James L Helms, REALwatchreview Watch winders, as they are today, are pretty straightforward.  They turn at different rates and sometimes they …
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Review: Mutewatch

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To be honest, I don’t usually wear a digital watch.  I find the classic feel …
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