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Come See Oris at Windup Watch Fair New York City 2019!

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For the upcoming Windup Watch Fair in New York City, Oris is returning as our …
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Pulling From Its Past, Alpina Dives Deep with the Seastrong Diver 300

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The production of purpose-built sport watches has been central to Alpina’s identity for nearly 80 years now. Introduced way back in 1938, the “Alpina 4” …
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Past and Present: The Retro-Cool Bulova Computron

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The Bulova Computron doesn’t look or feel like any other watch. It’s very much a product of its time, but with the way watches have …
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The Hamilton Khaki X-Wind and Dreams of Flight

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There hasn’t been a time in human history when the idea of flight hasn’t fascinated us. We have always looked to the sky in wonder …
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Past and Present: The Story of An Unbreakable Watch, and the New G-SHOCK MUDMASTER GGB100

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The first G-SHOCK was born of a simple idea — durability. Since its launch in 1983, the G-SHOCK line of watches has become synonymous with …

Watches, Stories, and Gear: Unsafe Deposit Boxes, Selling the “Bullitt” Mustang, and More

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“Watches, Stories, and Gear” is a roundup of some of our favorite watch content on Worn & Wound, great stories from around the web, and …
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Built With Purpose: The Evolution of the Hamilton Khaki Navy Frogman

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Hamilton has a unique and impressive history as a watch brand. Its story spans two continents, nearly 130 years, and includes as many watch styles …
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Tux or Ducks, the History and Evolution of the Bulova Regatta

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Bulova has been a mainstay in American watchmaking for nearly as long as there has been American watchmaking. As the premier entry-level-luxury watch brand based …
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From Elvis to “Men In Black,” the Story of the Hamilton Ventura

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Some watches are important for their technical innovation. Over the years, different movement technologies have …