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Ocean 7 LM-2 Titanium: From the Archives of James Helms

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Titanium is a great material to work with in many different applications. It’s strong, light …
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Review: Magrette Regattare 2011

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The Magrette Regattare 2011 is conceptually a very interesting watch. Its super compressor functionality and cushion style case, give the Regattare decidedly classic undertones.  But …
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Review: Techné Sparrowhawk II

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The Techné Sparrowhawk II stands out in the inexpensive chronograph market. It is a well-executed aviator with sharp styling, great build quality and the added …
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Review: Helson Skindiver

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You can’t talk about the Helson Skindiver without talking about the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms. This isn’t just because it is essentially a replica (aesthetically speaking) …
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Review: Maratac Pilot Watch

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For those of you that have been following worn&wound for the past several months, the Maratac Pilot Watch should be familiar territory.  We highlighted it …
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Review: MKII Sea Fighter

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The MK II Sea Fighter is a watch steeped in military and horological tradition, from a company with a compelling and principled philosophy.  With rugged …
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Review: Christopher Ward C9 Harrison Jumping Hour

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After spending a few weeks with the Christopher Ward C9 Harrison Jumping Hour watch, I can safely say that I am smitten. Yes, smitten. As …
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Review: DEFAKTO Eins Nachtschicht

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The Defakto Nachschicht (Nightshift) is the first one-handed watch I have had the chance to wear, and using it is a unique experience. Generally speaking, …
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Review: Christopher Ward C8 Pilot MK II – Vintage Edition

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The Christopher Ward C8 Pilot MK II – Vintage Edition is an example of everything …