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Review: Techné GosHawk (Ref. 411)

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Previously on worn&wound we’ve discussed those watches or watch brands that manage to achieve superb …
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Magrette Moana Pacific Chronograph

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We were very excited a few months ago when Magrette announced the upcoming release of two chronographs built around Seagull ST1901 movements. We thought, wow, …
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Review: Obris Morgan Branco PVD

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Nothing makes us happier at worn&wound than to find a watch that is both great looking and a great deal. After all, we are a …
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Timex T498759J Expedition Military Field

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If one could set a dollar amount to looks and style alone, the Timex Expedition Military Field T498759J would be worth a heck of a …
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Hands On: Christopher Ward C11 PVD Chronograph

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A few months ago, Christopher Ward released a few extra options for their C8 and C11 pilot watches, bringing a PVD case and buckle finish …

The Tourby Marine Enamel, Reviewed by The Watch Curmudgeon

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I love watches! And I love to complain! Therefore, I love to complain about watches. Especially those in my collection. Now don’t get me wrong: …
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Review: Steinhart Nav B-Uhr II B-Type

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Steinhart is a brand with a reputation for producing timepieces that achieve a level of craftsmanship and acute sense of aesthetic that far out pace …
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Hands On: The Watches of Officine Autodromo

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For some of you, particularly the gearheads in the crowd, Autodromo is a young brand that stirs up a lot of excitement.  A self-described “driving-oriented design …
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Hands-On: Triwa Nevil

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I came across Triwa on accident. I was browsing tumblr and this weird watch caught …