Just a few weeks back we brought Marathon’s tough mil-spec tool watches into the shop. Starting with a selection of their fibre-shelled Navigator and General Purpose watches, they added an option to the shop for those looking for military authenticity and style all at an affordable price point. Today, we’re very excited to add two […] Leer más
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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 withstand the rigors of heavy use, whether you’re on or off the planet. Fortis’ Cosmonaut range is known for being the official timepiece supplier for the ROSKOSMOS (the Russian Space […] Leer más
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The DOXA Sub 300 is back, and while it might look familiar, the changes under the hood bring this iconic diver into the sweet spot without spoiling the nostalgia. The new watch is more approachable than ever thanks to a slimmer case design and a bevy of colorful dial and strap options. Make no mistake, […] Leer más
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There might not be another name that towers over the world of design in the same way as Frank Lloyd Wright. He’s the rare architect that has come to be a true household name – even folks who don’t consider themselves art historians or architecture buffs are likely to know who he is, and can […] Leer más
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Our survey of international military timepieces is back in action after a long hiatus. In this installment, we travel to Italy. World War II Many are no doubt familiar with the dedicated dive watch and the military watch as 20th-century Swiss inventions, but such historicity is only partially accurate. It was in fact fascist Italy […] Leer más
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Casio doesn’t mess around when it comes to their G-Shock line of watches. These things have made a name for themselves as being nigh indestructible since hitting the scene in 1983. It’s kinda their thing. The latest addition to the G-Shock stable, the GA900 series, continues this trend in full on industrial style. The GA900 […] Leer más
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If you’re a watch enthusiast, particularly a Seiko enthusiast, it’s worth it to seek out resources on new releases from outside your home country. The world of watches is enormous, and there’s a huge variety of regional releases in various markets that don’t get coverage from mainstream, English language watch media. From time to time […] Leer más
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The latest Oris release to benefit the restoration of a critically at-risk body of water is the Hangang Limited Edition. This diver with a bright green dial and unobtrusive date display is built on the Aquis platform. Oris, as readers of Worn & Wound will be aware, has taken an active role in many environmental […] Leer más
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“Watches, Stories, and Gear” is a roundup of some of our favorite watch content on Worn & Wound, great stories from around the web, and cool gear that we’ve got our eye on. This installment of “Watches, Stories, and Gear” is brought to you by the Windup Watch Shop. A New Podcast from… Accutron David Graver, […] Leer más
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I can honestly say that I haven’t looked forward to trying out a new watch as much as the Seiko Prospex SPB149 in a long time. When first revealed in early March 2020, it took me off guard. In a single day, Seiko released a trilogy of high-end Prospex divers for the 55th anniversary of […] Leer más
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