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Introducing the Bell & Ross BR V2-94 FULL LUM

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There are a lot of very serious and high minded reasons people love watches. Their …
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Omega Begins Counting Down to the Tokyo Olympics with a New Seamaster

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A new watch from Omega that touts their partnership with the Olympics is not surprising. Along with the Bond franchise, the Olympics is one of …
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Oris Releases Two New Dive Watches, Including an Aquis with a Gradient Dial and Unique Complication

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Last week Oris announced their new “Cotton Candy” line of Divers Sixty-Five watches, and many in the watch community (including Worn & Wound) highlighted the …
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Introducing the Latest Collaboration From NASA and G-Shock

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One of last year’s big hit watches was the all white NASA G-Shock, made in a limited edition, and featuring a fun image of planet …
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Introducing The Fortis AMADEE-20 Official Cosmonauts Chronograph

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Following up on their 2019 release of the AMADEE-18, Fortis has built a new Official Cosmonauts Chronograph watch in collaboration with the Austrian Space Forum’s …
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Introducing The Ming 17.09, A Fitting Swan Song To The 17 Series

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Ming will bid farewell to their 17 series of watches this week with the release of the 17.09, and as far as goodbyes go, this …
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Introducing The Nomos Club Campus In Absolute Gray & Future Orange

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Nomos is one of the few brands that does an excellent job of combining serious, minimalist pieces with just the right playful pop of color. …
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Introducing the Ressence Type 2N Night Blue

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Ressence is one of the most innovative of independent watch brands, and even though their watches are expensive by almost any measure, they are worth …
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Introducing The New TAG Heuer Aquaracer

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TAG Heuer may be better known for its drivers’ watches than its divers’ watches, but …