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Autodromo

Podcast / Podcast

The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 133: Ask the Brands #1, featuring Autodromo, Zodiac, Farer, and Halios

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Today on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re kicking off a new series that focuses …
Article / News & Releases

First Look at the Mean, Green Autodromo Group B Safari

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When Autodromo released the first version of the Group B in 2015 it was one of the most shocking designs we had seen come from …
Article / Featured

Decade in Review: The Rise of Micro-Brands/All Things Vintage and Tudor’s Return

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With the second decade of the 21st century in the rearview mirror, the Worn & Wound editorial team thought now would be a great opportunity …
Review / Review

Review: Autodromo Taps ’50s/’60s Era Racing With the New Intereuropa Collection

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When I think about automotive inspired watches, the brand that immediately comes to mind is Autodromo. Yes, there have been great individual watches and brands …
Article / Featured

Introducing the Autodromo Intereuropa

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Autodromo is back with a new watch that represents a significant first for the brand, while still staying very much in the wheelhouse of automotive-inspired …
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8 Thin Watches Just In Time For Fall, and All Under $1,500

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Now that the weather has cooled a bit and fall feels like it’s finally fallen (at least that’s the case here in NYC), it’s time …
Article / News & Releases

First Look at the Autodromo Group B Corsica Blue

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Autodromo doesn’t need much in the way of introduction to regular Worn & Wound readers. Bradley Price’s automotive themed watch brand has been producing watches …
Article / Featured

Join Worn & Wound and Watches of Switzerland for an Evening of Great Watches

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The team at Watches of Switzerland has opened their doors to Worn & Wound for a meetup with some of our favorite watch brands, and …
Review / Review

Hands-On: Autodromo Group B Series 2

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Autodromo’s ’80s-inspired Group B has long been my favorite of the brand’s watches. Late last …