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Benarus Megalodon 500 Review

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To be perfectly honest, I approached the Benarus Megalodon 500 with some degree of skepticism  A …
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Hands On With The Xetum Stinson

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The Xetum Stinson is a watch that we’ve been curious about for quite some time.  Known for its uniquely minimal design and Swiss made credentials, …
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Orient CDH00001B Explorer Review

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It’s sort of a general rule of thumb that mechanical complications increase the price of a watch. If you look at a brand’s catalog, their …
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Affordable Vintage: 1970’s Zodiac SST 36000

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Zodiac is a curious brand that, at its peak, made just about every type of watch you could imagine. Triple date chronographs, GMTs, 24 hour …
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Nomos Club + Club Dunkel Review

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When it comes to high-end watches, there is one thing that the most revered watches always have in common: in-house calibers, or manufacture movements. The …
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Squale 101 Atmos Ref 2002A Review

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It is entirely possible that you have never heard of Squale watches. Sure, it’s a brand that has been around for over 60 years, but …
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Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Automatic MKII Review

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The Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Automatic MKII is a contemporary take on a classic dress watch that mixes together a lot of remarkable components at …
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Helson Shark Diver 42mm: In for Review

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Readers of worn&wound should be pretty familiar with Helson, a relatively young watch brand that we’ve had the chance of reviewing in the past–specifically the …
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Review: Seiko 5 Sport SNZG13

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It’s been some time since we reviewed a Seiko on worn&wound, which is a shame …