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On the Newsstand: QP #53

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Right now at this very moment, drop whatever you’re doing, run down to your newsstand, …
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Hands On: Helson Blackbeard

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We’ve discussed Helson a number of times on worn&wound before. They’re company that has a knack for producing watches with a classic look and appeal …

On The Newsstand: April 2012

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Considering the number of magazines devoted to this wonderful category, you’d think half the population was infected with watchitis. If, like me, you absorb these …

Watch Lust: MeisterSinger Singulator

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The MeisterSinger Singulator is not to be confused with a regulator… Well, that’s not really true. Basically, it IS a regulator (like the Louis Erard …

Watch Lust: Grand Seiko Hi-Beat

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Sometimes, all I want in a watch is simplicity and elegance: no unnecessary decoration, no extra knobs or bezels, just 3-hands, maybe a date and …
Article / Guides

Watch I Wear When: I Bike

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We’re really excited to introduce a new recurring series on worn&wound, Watch I Wear When, and this time around we’re going to rely on you, …
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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 …

Watch Lust: Tutima Grand Classic Chronograph UTC

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Many of the watches we buy, wear and love today are rooted in or call to a long-standing history of military horology, from faithful recreations …
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Lüm-Tec Combat B16 + Super Combat B2: Part 1

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The Lüm-Tec Combat B16 and Super Combat B2 watches clearly have a lot in common. …