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Review: The Defakto Transit is a Modern, Minimalist Watch From the Ickler Family

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Defakto is a small watch manufacture based out of Germany. Founded in 2009 by Raphael …
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Review: Sinn 104 I St Sa Matte Special Edition

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You asked, and WatchBuys listened. After hearing customer feedback on their yearly road shows (one of the few opportunities to try on a Sinn in …
Article / Guides

Worn & Wound’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guides: Ed Jelley’s Picks

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The temps are dropping, the days are short, twinkling lights are everywhere, and the local radio station is playing “Jingle Bell Rock,” “White Christmas,” and …
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Review: Christopher Ward Military Collection

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As we covered back in September, Christopher Ward and the UK Ministry of Defence have teamed up to release a collection of officially licensed military …
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Review: The Ollech & Wajs P-101

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Ollech and Wajs is probably not the first brand that comes to mind when you think of high-performance tool watches. After doing some research into …
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Review: Seiko SZSB006 TicTAC 35th Anniversary Watch

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You ever see a watch and know you have to have it? That was me with the Seiko SZSB006 — a limited edition between Seiko …
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8 Thin Watches Just In Time For Fall, and All Under $1,500

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Now that the weather has cooled a bit and fall feels like it’s finally fallen (at least that’s the case here in NYC), it’s time …
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Hands-On: Zelos Swordfish V2 Diver

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Zelos knows its way around a dive watch, boasting a catalog that is almost entirely focused on making intriguing divers that are both robustly spec’d …
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Exclusive Review: Aquadive Poseidon GMT

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Strapping the Aquadive Poseidon GMT to your wrist feels a little bit like hopping into …