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2021 Watches & Wonders Round-Up

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Following a year of unknowns, Watches & Wonders 2021 felt like a step toward normal. …
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Zenith Collaborates with Artist Felipe Pantone, and a Brief Examination of the “Art Watch”

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Something kind of strange happened recently, when Zenith finally unveiled their latest Defy 21 creation, a collaboration with the artist Felipe Pantone, after quite a …
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MILITARY WATCHES OF THE WORLD: ISRAEL PT. II

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In this second installment of Military Watches of the World: Israel, we pick things up in the 1970s, looking at divers issued to the IDF. …
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Surprising Value: A Brief Guide to the Annual Calendar

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Most of the time when we talk about complicated watches on Worn & Wound, we’re looking at the most popular complications on sports watches: the …
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Pure Imagination: The MB&F Horological Machine No. 9 – “Sapphire Vision”

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Last week MB&F dropped their latest entry in the ongoing Horological Machine series, the HM9 SV. SV, in this case, stands for “Sapphire Vision,” and …
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The Sinn U50, Tudor BB 58 Blue, & Seiko SPB149 Walk Into A Bar…

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Among the many great watch releases of 2020 there are 3 dive watches in particular that stand out as exemplary: the Tudor Black Bay 58 …
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Our Most Popular Watch Reviews of 2020

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We reviewed a lot of watches in 2020. Seriously. Some were great, others less so, but there’s one clear theme that emerges when taking stock …
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Compelling Collaborations from 2020

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With 2020 finally in our rearview mirror, we wanted to take a quick look back at some of the limited edition collaborations we launched this …
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Seiko’s Big Year: Two New Dive Watches and How they Reshaped the Watch Landscape in 2020

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When we look back at the end of a year in watches, it seems like …