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BaselWorld 2014

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A Look at the Oris Caliber 110

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Oris is one of those brands that does things their own way.  They’re independently owned …
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Introducing the Junghans Meister Telemeter

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A couple of weeks before Basel, I had the pleasure of getting to see a watch that, if it were possible, would have made my …
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Victorinox Dive Master 500 and INOX Line

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Victorinox is most well known for their iconic Swiss Army Knives, which they’ve made for 130 years. However, they also make some great affordable watches. …
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Zodiac Watches Makes a Comeback

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The other afternoon we took a short trip out of the BaselWorld halls, 1.2 km north, into residential territory. Where, amongst the 3 or 4 …
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Introducing the Oris Big Crown ProPilot Series

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The new Oris Big Crown ProPilot Series is part of Oris’ Aviation Collection. The Big Crown heritage goes clear back to the 1930s when Oris …
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Introducing the Sinn EZM 9, EZM 13, and 6052 Frankfurt Calendar Chronograph

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Sinn should need little introduction to regular readers here at worn&wound.  We’ve covered a number of watches from the brand over the last couple of …
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Bremont Introduces the Terra Nova, MBIII and Boeing Collaboration

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Bremont is a brand that hasn’t gotten enough coverage here on worn&wound. It’s not that we don’t like British watchmaker; on the contrary, we’re big …
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Seiko Prospex Comes to the US

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Seiko’s Prospex line of watches has previously not been available in the US market, but they’ve announced at BaselWorld 2014 that, starting in 2014 the …
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Introducing the MeisterSinger Salthora Jump Hour and Paleograph Mono-Pusher

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MeisterSinger, known for their industry leading one-hand watch designs and unique philosophy on time telling, …