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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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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, …
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Hands-On Video with the Nodus Contrail and Contrail 39

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Nodus has quickly made a name for itself in the year-plus the brand has been around. Already on their third release, the LA-based duo behind …
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Mido Multifort Datometer Review

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You may not believe it, but the Mido Multifort Datometer is a sports watch. Well, it was in the 1930s when it was first released. …
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Review (Video): Nomos Zürich Weltzeit/Worldtimer Topper Edition

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A couple of years ago, we took a look at the Oris Divers Sixty-Five Topper Edition. Through some small changes—removing the date, changing some of …
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Farer Stanhope: Exclusive First Review

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It seems like it was just yesterday that I first saw a Farer in person. Stylish, beautifully finished, and a touch playful, the Barnato GMT …
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Review: Damasko DC 80 Chronograph

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Damasko took us by surprise last year when they announced the DC 80 chronograph, a central-minute chronograph with similar functionality as the Lemania 5100. In …
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Hands-On with the Alkin Model One

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Simple, handsome, and modern. In a day of vintage throwbacks and over-the-top complexity, sometimes all you want are those three things—a good watch that is …
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First Look: The Omega Speedmaster CK2998 Pulsometer LE

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It really should come as no surprise, but once again Omega released a limited edition Speedmaster, and it’s pretty damn cool. In the last few …
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Nomos Ludwig Timeless Edition Review

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I’ll admit that I never paid much attention to the Nomos Ludwig. It’s always been …