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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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Worn & Wound’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guides: Zach Weiss’s Picks

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The temps are dropping, the days are short, twinkling lights are everywhere, and the local …
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Review: the Farer Markham World Timer

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I feel like it was just a few weeks ago that we published my review of the Farer Bernina chronograph, one of three exciting hand-wound …
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Review: the Traska Summiteer

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Traska is part of a new wave of value-driven micro-brands. Alongside the likes of Lorier, Nodus, and Boldr, they are young, both in terms of …
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Farer Bernina Hand-Wound Chronograph: An Exclusive First Review

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In the last year, Farer has dedicated themselves to the art of creating chronographs. A most noble pursuit, if you ask me, it started with …
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Hands-On: The Tudor Black Bay Chrono Dark Limited Edition

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Tudor is pretty regular with their release schedule. Most of their drops occur at Tudor World — sorry, I mean Baselworld — and then there’s …
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Review: Tudor Black Bay Chrono Steel & Gold

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Baselworld 2019 was a memorable one for Tudor. Whereas the previous year they released the most adored watch of Basel (see our review of the …
Article / Featured

Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood, a Watch Was Miscast

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1969 was a really big year in history. To name a few highlights, we landed on the Moon. Woodstock and Abbey Road defined a generation …
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Exclusive First Look: The Christopher Ward C1 Moonglow

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In 2015, when Christopher Ward first released their center-dial moonphase complication, I recall being quite impressed. A semi-uncommon complication to begin with, moonphases are rarely …
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Review: Christopher Ward C60 Trident Pro V3

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Most of the well-established watch houses out there have a core watch or collection in …