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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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Review: the Serica 5303 Dive Watch

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Once upon a time, hearing or reading the phrase “vintage-inspired dive watch” caused a stir …
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A Visit to Grand Seiko’s New NYC Boutique

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Just a few weeks ago Grand Seiko announced a new permanent boutique located in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood. For those who recall, about a year ago …
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Review: Grand Seiko SBGE255 Spring Drive GMT

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Grand Seiko is known for many things, from their case finishing and dial textures to their Spring Drive and hi-beat movements, but also for making …
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Introducing the Zodiac x Worn & Wound Super Sea Wolf Limited Edition

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When kicking off a new collaboration project, the question of what to do is naturally the first hurdle. What is our inspiration? Is it the …
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Review: Christopher Ward C63 Sealander Elite

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After being at this for over a decade, sometimes I’m just looking to be surprised. It’s very rare that a watch we get in for …
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Worn & Wound Turns 10: a Letter from co-founder, Zach Weiss

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It’s May 2021, which means that Worn & Wound is officially ten years old. Ten. Years. Old. If this had been any other year, we’d …
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Christopher Ward Puts Value Back in the Spotlight with the C63 Sealander Line

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For fans of Christopher Ward, there are many aspects of the brand to cherish, though one that has always been fundamental to their charm is …
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Introducing the Baltic Aquascaphe Dual-Crown Divers

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The last time we saw a new Baltic watch, it was in the form of their heavily vintage-inspired Aquascaphe GMT. Bright colored bezels that evoked …
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Review: the Benrus Type I Reissue

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I’m going to kick off this review with an admission that I’ve long been a …