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Defending Grand Seiko’s Power Reserve Indicator

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Earlier this month, Grand Seiko released their first new watches of the year. One of …
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Consuming Collectibles: The Convergence Of Wine & Watches In Collecting

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Editor’s Note: Welcome to our latest column, Consuming Collectibles, penned by W&W contributor and distinguished wine and food writer, Brian Freedman. One of our driving …
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Rewind: The Horological Origins of the New Year’s Ball Drop

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Editor’s Note: As we prepare to once again watch the ball drop in (a relatively empty) Times Square to ring in 2022, we’d like to …
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A Winter Surf Session With The Seiko SNE573 Solar Diver

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I soaked up the last bit of heat, listened to the final chords of the Khruangbin track softly playing through the speakers and cut the …
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My Most Important Clock: A Cautionary Tale

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Something kind of sad recently occurred to me. As you might be aware, I like watches. I wear a watch from the moment I wake …
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Why I Kept It: The Zenith Port Royal

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Spend enough time accumulating watches, and you eventually experience some dramatic changes in what accounts for the makeup of a collection. Everyone has a journey …
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Rolls, Pouches, & Folds: How We Travel With Watches

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With holiday travel season upon us, the team here at Worn & Wound ponders the logistics of traveling with watches, both from a practical and …
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Why I Love It: Konstantin Chaykin’s Mars Conqueror

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One of my hottest watch related takes is that Konstantin Chaykin is among the most criminally underrated watchmakers of his generation. OK, this might be …
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Zach Goes to the Movies: The Watches of House of Gucci

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Editor’s note: Back in the first few years of Worn & Wound we had a …