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Review: Seiko SPB149

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I can honestly say that I haven’t looked forward to trying out a new watch …
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Review: Ophion OPH 786 Vélos

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I see no need to bury the lede when it comes to Ophion’s OPH 786 Vélos. This watch is outstanding, stunningly beautiful, and one of …
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Hands-on: Spinnaker Boettger

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As someone with first-hand experience of the Sinn 809, I know all too well that there are plenty of fans of the original who have …
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Review: Aloha GMT 40

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I have a small confession to make: when I got into watches, the small brands that we cover every day here on Worn & Wound …
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Review: Zelos Horizons GMT “Ice”

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Nestled in Zelos’ lineup amongst a sea of modern, angular, tough-as-nails tool watches is the Horizons GMT. It’s a break from Zelos’ design language, which …
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Hands-On with the Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight Navy Blue

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If there was one thing my blissfully-ignorant-self was looking forward to in 2020, back in the now seemingly idyllic days of late 2019, it was …
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Review: Longines Heritage “Sector”

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I’ve gone on the record many times, perhaps to the chagrin of some, about my mixed feelings on so-called “vintage reissue” watches. For almost as …
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Hands-On: Farer Aqua Compressor Endeavour Titanium

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At this point, Farer is no longer a “new” brand, but one that quite often graces the pages of Worn & Wound. I have reviewed …
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Review: Lorier Falcon II

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It’s always nice to see a brand revisiting a popular model. Sure, it’s great when …