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Hands On: Zodiac x Topper Jewelers Sea Wolf Limited Editions

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California’s Topper Jewelers, Zodiac, and Eric Singer (yes, of KISS fame) have teamed up once …
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Review: Tudor Black Bay 36 Blue (Ref. 79500)

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The Tudor Black Bay 36 with a blue dial (ref. 79500) didn’t get the attention it deserved when it first launched in 2018 — understandable …
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Review: Christopher Ward C65 Trident Automatic in Blue

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Christopher Ward is a British watch brand that started back in 2005 with just two models. Over the past 14 years, Christopher Ward has worked …
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Review: Oris Divers Sixty-Five Timeless Limited Edition

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Oris is no stranger to producing some killer limited editions. This latest LE is a collaborative project between Timeless Luxury Watches and Oris, with the …
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First Look at the Orient Kano, the Japanese Brand’s Latest Value-Packed Diver

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As far as value-packed, mechanical watches go, Orient makes some of the best out there. Their newest model, the Kano, is a vintage-inspired diver with …
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Baselworld 2019: First Look at the Bell & Ross BR V1-92 Blue Steel

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Building on one of their 2018 releases, Bell & Ross has introduced a new color way of the BR V1-92. This clean, vintage military-inspired timepiece …
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Baselworld 2019: First Look at the Oris Big Crown ProPilot Timer GMT

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The Big Crown ProPilot Timer GMT is a tool watch designed with the professional pilot in mind. Great legibility, a 24-hour GMT hand, and a …
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Baselworld 2019: First Look at the Tudor Black Bay Chronograph S&G

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Two-tone fans rejoice. Tudor’s 2019 Basel releases are sticking to a theme, and that theme is silver and gold. The Black Bay Chrono S&G is …
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Introducing the MARQ line, Garmin’s High-End Take on a Digital “Tool Watch”

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You might be thinking why are we covering fitness watches here on Worn & Wound? …