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Ed Estlow

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Introducing the De Rijke & Co. Amalfi Series 1S, a Watch for the Open Road

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You decide to ride a 1962 Vespa on a trip of a lifetime down the …
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Quest for a Coke at the Miami Beach Antique Show

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After trying to clasp the watch around my “gorilla wrist,” I realized it just wasn’t going to go. I told Ali, the person helping me, …
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Introducing the Ming 19.02 Worldtimer

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Just over a year ago, the Malaysian brand Ming, a relative newcomer to the watch world, introduced us to their 19.01. The 19.01 was a …
Review / Review

Tutima M2 Pioneer Review

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Tutima is a brand we’ve talked a little about here at worn&wound. We looked at the history of the brand here, and pined over the …
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The Little Engine That Could – and Did: A History of ETA

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Movement maker ETA has only existed in its current form since 1982. So to call it “venerable” (as in “accorded a great deal of respect, …
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Alpina Introduces the Alpiner 4 Flyback Chronograph

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Last week, Alpina looked to turn a few heads and break some technological ground at Baselworld with their interesting – even exciting – new release, …

Silent Nomads: Swiss Timing

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“SHEEE’S BAAAAAACK!!” The words came across the PA system like a portent of things to come – not unlike the scene in the movie, Poltergeist. …
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Hands-on with the Detroit Watch Company Aviator

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I’d been anticipating the package from Detroit for a couple of months. Watch company? Detroit? At this point, you might think you know what watch …
Article / Interviews

A Conversation with Tom Anstead of Anstead Watches

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A few weeks ago, we got the chance to chat with Tom Anstead, owner and …