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Military Watches of the World: Germany Part 2—Post World War II to the Present

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The end of World War II saw a shattered Germany divided into the Federal Republic …
Article / Guides

10 Great Hand-Wound Watches For $1,500 and Under

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Hand-wound movements aren’t as popular today as they once were, but for many of us they’re a satisfying alternative to the ubiquitous auto-winders and quartz. …
Article / News & Releases

Atomic Accuracy Takes a Classic Turn with the Junghans Max Bill and Meister MEGA Collections

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Two of Junghans’ most celebrated watches, the mid-century Max Bill and the Meister, are now available with a radio controlled, battery powered movement called the …
Review / Review

Junghans Form A Review

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I have to be honest, when I first saw the Junghans Form watches in a press release a few weeks before Basel World 2017, I …
Article / Featured

Nine Colorful Watches Just in Time for the Summer

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We can thank the ‘70s for infusing watch design with a much-needed splash of color. Lucky for us, what began in the ‘70s didn’t stay …
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Junghans Continues to Expand their Meister Line with new Pilots and Drivers

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Junghans always puts on a good show at Basel, even if they are technically outside of the main event. This year, they continued to push …
Review / Review

Junghans Meister Pilot Chronograph Review

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In the last couple of years, Junghans has focused on expanding upon their Meister line of watches, bringing out some incredible watches. The Meister line …
Article / Featured

w&w’s Guide to Watches 40mm and Under (Part 1)

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A few years ago, we put together a list of some our favorite watches coming in at 40mm and under. At the time, the industry …
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worn&wound Visits the WatchBuys 2016 New York Roadshow

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This past June we had the pleasure of visiting WatchBuys’ summer NYC roadshow. If you’ve …