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Introducing the Christopher Ward Me 109 Single Pusher Chronograph with the Cal. JJ02

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Pilot’s watches as a genre are dominated by reinterpretations of old designs. In fact, what …
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Introducing the Kerrison Collection from Martenero

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In a few short years of production, Martenero has set itself apart from the rest of the micro-brand pack with a focus on clean, classic-inspired …
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Introducing the Bravur BW003, the Swedish Brand’s First Mechanical Series

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As counter-intuitive as it may sound, perhaps the toughest feat in watch design is creating the perfect, general purpose three hander. The reason for that …
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Introducing the MHD AGT, the Brand’s First Mechanical Watch Designed in Association With Alcraft Motor Company

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In 2017’s rapidly maturing micro-brand watch world, it’s safe to say there’s no shortage of automotive-inspired brands and designs. What’s still a rarity, though, are …
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Hands On with the Roue Collection

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Like most endeavors, freshman efforts in watchmaking are rarely the strongest. Designers are still figuring out their brand’s language, parts are tough to source and …

Time Off the Wrist: Eclipse 2017

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Timekeeping, as we’ve written about on Worn & Wound, extends far beyond the art of watchmaking and into almost every aspect of our lives. One …
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Introducing the 17.01 from Ming Watches

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One of the things I find myself talking about constantly in watch design is the idea of dynamism. It’s easy enough to put together a …
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Introducing the Mondaine Helvetica Collection by Designer Erik Spiekermann

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Bold, clean graphic design is bread and butter over at Mondaine. The Swiss brand’s hallmark style, best expressed in the Swiss railway-inspired Classic, has expanded …
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Farer Oxley GMT Review

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I  have talked at length here on worn&wound about charm before, and how difficult it …