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G. Gerlach Otago

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A few months ago, I was very excited to introduce you to G. Gerlach, one …
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Mühle Glashütte SAR Rescue-Timer Review

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For those of us that love watches, Glashütte has special meaning. This small town in Germany contains a few of the greatest watch brands currently …
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Smiths Everest (Timefactors PRS-25) Review

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In order to talk about the Smiths Everest watch, one must introduce three brands, two people and one very significant historical event. The Everest, unlike …
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Tissot Heritage Navigator 160th Anniversary Review

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It’s been a trend as of late with some of the larger brands that have been around for a while to bring back a classic …
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Affordable Vintage: 1974 Gruen Precision

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Since yesterday was the 4th, we figured today would be a good day to briefly talk about an American brand that once was. A brand …
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Orient Star Classic Review

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If you follow worn&wound on a regular basis, you’ll know that Orient is one of our favorite brands. They are among a small handful of …
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Lüm-Tec 300M-2 Review

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Lüm-Tec, without fail, delivers some of the most intense new watches every year. Unique, masculine and tough-as-nails, their watches have a character all to their …
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Seiko Superior SSA059 Review

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It’s hard to argue with a good Seiko. Affordable, well built and generally cool looking; they sort of define value in mechanical watches. Typically, we’ve …
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Seagull 1963 42mm Panda Dial Review

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The original reissue of the Seagull 1963 was and still is a big success. Great …