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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 Christopher Ward x Worn & Wound C65 Sandstorm and Sandstorm Blackout Chronometers

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When looking at the watchmaking landscape of 2020, fans of affordable watches should be in …
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Introducing the Seiko Prospex SPB185 and SPB187, the Newest Additions to the 6159 Lineage

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To say Seiko has been killing it with Prospex this year is quite an understatement. I’d go so far as to say this has been …
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Review: The Nomos Ludwig Neomatik 39 – A Tale of Two Ludwigs

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Ah, the Nomos Ludwig. You know, the one with the Roman numerals. A mainstay of Nomos’ collection, it doesn’t get nearly the same praise or …
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Review: Longines Spirit Ref L3.810.4.73.2

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When I think of Longines’ current catalog, my mind first goes to their heritage timepieces. Often crowd-pleasers, these sexy throwbacks highlight cool watches from the …
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First Look: The Autodromo Intereuropa Nassau Blue

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The Autodromo Intereuropa is back in a colorway perfect for those end-of-summer drives along coastal highways at sunset, with the top down, and Jan and …
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Review: Seiko SPB149

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I can honestly say that I haven’t looked forward to trying out a new watch as much as the Seiko Prospex SPB149 in a long …
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We’ve All Been There

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There they are. The delivery guy with that box you’ve been waiting for. Pangs of excitement run down your spine, a touch of fear grips …
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Hands-On with the Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight Navy Blue

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If there was one thing my blissfully-ignorant-self was looking forward to in 2020, back in the now seemingly idyllic days of late 2019, it was …
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Hands-On: Farer Aqua Compressor Endeavour Titanium

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At this point, Farer is no longer a “new” brand, but one that quite often …