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Fortis Further Expands Their Flieger Lineup with a New (True) GMT

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Over the last few months, Fortis has methodically unveiled a series of new watches under …
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Introducing the Tutima Grand Flieger Airport Series

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Founded in the 1920’s, Tutima is a brand with some serious heritage in watchmaking. Made in Glashütte, Germany, their watches exude a sense of quality …
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Introducing The Fortis Flieger F-43 Bicompax Chronograph

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Fortis is no amateur when it comes to designing a watch meant for flight. They have a rich history of providing purpose-built watches that can …
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From Stowa to IWC, a Guide to 10 Flieger Watches

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There’s no denying the longstanding popularity of a good Flieger watch. They’re one of the earliest military watch styles, and have remained in the horological …
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Introducing the Stowa Flieger Verus and Antea 1919 Black Forest Editions

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Masters of both Bauhaus minimalism and Flieger functionality, Stowa has just released two blacked-out watches in limited numbers. With the Flieger Verus Black Forest, Stowa …

The worn&wound Podcast Ep. 13: “I Would Call Myself an Accumulator”

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In this episode of The worn&wound Podcast, we kick things off by talking to worn&wound contributor, Hung Doan. Hung’s an old-school collector (though he believes …
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Stowa Celebrates 90 Years (and Some History on DUROWE)

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This year marks Stowa’s 90th anniversary of uninterrupted watchmaking, and the Black Forest-based brand is celebrating the milestone in a big way. First, Stowa will …
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Stowa Takes to the Sea and Sky at Baselworld 2016

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Regular readers of worn&wound know that we have a lot of love for Stowa. The popular German brand just gets it; clean design, superb construction …
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Sinn Introduces New 556I’s, the Split-Seconds 910 and More at BaselWorld 2016

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At last year’s Baselworld, Sinn took a step back and expanded on their range of …