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Zach Weiss

Zach is the Co-Founder and Executive Editor of Worn & Wound. Before diving headfirst into the world of watches, he spent his days as a product and graphic designer. Zach views watches as the perfect synergy of 2D and 3D design: the place where form, function, fashion and mechanical wonderment come together.
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Hands-On: Spinnaker Dumas

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Spinnaker is not new to the watch scene, but it hasn’t always been a brand …
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Fine Timepiece Solutions Brings Movements Back to America

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Believe it or not, America was once a major player in watch manufacturing. In their day, brands like Gruen and Waltham showed the rest of …
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Review: Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight

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Tudor has a knack for taking the spotlight at Baselworld. Over the last few years, the news cycle seems to always start with Tudor — …
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Farer Releases Split-Second Flyback Chronographs

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Farer’s hot streak of releases has continued today with a bit of a surprising departure. Last we saw from the young, but quickly establishing house, …
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Damasko: A Look Inside the Manufacture

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Just fifteen minutes by car from Regensburg, Germany, the bustling capital of Bavaria, you’ll find Barbing. This wooded area is not all too different in …
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Review: Lorier Falcon

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Though the brand is less than a year old at the time of writing this review, Lorier has made quite the name for themselves in …
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3, 2, 1 Blast Off! Omega Brings Back their Most Iconic Caliber

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3. 2. 1… It’s funny that perhaps the most common three numbers to say in a row also hold such strong significance in the world …
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Review: Baltic Aquascaphe

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When Baltic released their Bicompax chronographs last year to great fanfare, I don’t think they imagined the challenge they would be creating for themselves. How …
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Introducing the Frederique Constant Classics Automatic 24HR

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It’s kind of odd that 24-hour dial watches are a rarity. Sure, in the US, …