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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.
 

Review: the Seiko Presage SARX071 / SPB129J1

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Every now and then, a watch pops up that just strikes a chord, and you know you HAVE to have it. Not want it – …
Review / Review

Hands-On: Christopher Ward C60 Sapphire

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The Christopher Ward brand has been on a roll lately. Starting last year with the re-launch of their core modern diver line, the C60 Tridents, …
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Don’t You Forget About Me: 10 Contemporary Dive Watches for the Vintage Fatigued

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If there was one type of watch that has really dominated the watch world for the last few years, it’s been the vintage-inspired diver. This …
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Review: The Ollech & Wajs C-1000

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There are some watches that you are told are tool watches by marketing materials, and others you know are tool watches because you pick them …
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Review: Bell & Ross BR 05

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When Bell & Ross announced the BR 05, those of us who had been to BaselWorld 2019 were eagerly awaiting the public’s response. I remember …
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First Look at the Mean, Green Autodromo Group B Safari

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When Autodromo released the first version of the Group B in 2015 it was one of the most shocking designs we had seen come from …
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Layers of Cool with the Squale T-183

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The best part of any Baselworld (and I apologize for saying this the one year it isn’t happening) is not the big, impressive releases from …
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Introducing the Seiko SPB149, or a Modern Reinterpretation of the 62MAS Done Right

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In 2017 when Seiko released their first re-edition of the 62MAS, the SLA017, they also …