worn&wound 2016 Retrospective
As is custom here on worn&wound, we’re taking some time today to consider 2016. It was a big one for the worn&wound group. The website got an absolute update, and it’s now better and quicker than it’s at any point been. Moreover, we brought on board four new fabulous voices that will push our content to considerably more prominent statures. Also, our long-lasting contributor, Ilya Ryvin, joined the group as worn&wound’s occupant Managing Editor and Video Producer.
On the item side of things, we patched up our assortment of American-made watch bands. Our moderate, two-piece calfskin straps—now dubbed Model 2 Classic —are made of durable and hard-wearing Wickett and Craig cowhides (and furthermore available is an assortment of coordinating belts ). At that point there’s our Model 2 Premium assortment, which includes your number one Horween uppers like Olive Chamois and Crimson, but the lashes are presently backed with Wickett and Craig calfskin for expanded durability. Also, obviously, there is our best quality assortment, the High Craft Vintage arrangement, carefully assembled here in the core of NYC’s piece of clothing region. We put it all out there for these, and we’re sure about saying that these are the absolute best and novel lashes one can get at this value point. Stay tuned for additional in 2017.
We likewise came out with our Strap-Changing Multi-Tool , a unique worn&wound plan that’s demonstrated to be very mainstream with authorities and enthusiasts.
2016 additionally saw our second collaboration with AVI-8 after a successful first round the year before.
And obviously, there’s our yearly watch reasonable, Wind^Up, which saw its sophomore excursion, this time inside the incredible Chelsea Market space (see our full recap here ).
So, what’s cooking for 2017? We can’t let the cat out of the bag right now, but we can say that it’s going to be an energizing year, and we anticipate sharing what we have available. For the time being, we arranged our top audits and articles for every month from the previous year to give you some extraordinary horological content to consider the extended weekend. Enjoy!
CHRONOGRAPHY 5: THE VALJOUX 7750
AUTODROMO GROUP B REVIEW
TURTLE VS TURTLE: LOOKING AT THE 6309 AND THE SRP77X
CHRISTOPHER WARD C9 5-DAY SS CHRONOMETER REVIEW
HISTORY OF CHRONOMETERS PT. 1: ORIGINS
STOWA FLIEGER KLASSIK SPORT REVIEW
HANDS-ON WITH THE MIDO BARONCELLI HERITAGE
SINN EZM 10 REVIEW
THE ART OF TIME: TARO TANAKA AND SEIKO’S “GRAMMAR OF DESIGN”
HANHART PILOT PRIMUS DESERT SAND REVIEW
FIELD TEST: @THEVANMAN GOES LAKESIDE WITH THE SEIKO “TURTLE” SRP775
DOXA SUB 1200T PROFESSIONAL REVIEW
THE CLOCKWERK 3D-PRINTED TRIPLE-AXIS TOURBILLON BY ADAM WRIGLEY
G. GERLACH HONORS POLISH SPACE EXPLORATION WITH THE KOSMONAUTA
W&W’S GUIDE TO WATCHES 40MM AND UNDER PART 1
TWO YEARS IN WITH THE MK II PARADIVE
INTRODUCING THE MWW ICONIK 3–AN AFFORDABLE HOMAGE TO THE TORNEK RAYVILLE TR-900
TUDOR HERITAGE BLACK BAY BLACK REF 79230N REVIEW
INTRODUCING THE DAN HENRY COLLECTION, A VINTAGE-WATCH LOVER’S AFFORDABLE TAKE ON NEW VINTAGE
HANDS-ON WITH THE SWATCH SISTEM51 IRONY ARROW
CHRONOGRAPHY 10: THREE EXCELLENT VINTAGE CALIBERS FROM SEIKO AND CITIZEN
JUNGHANS MEISTER PILOT CHRONOGRAPH REVIEW
HOW BULOVA USED A UNIVERSAL GENÈVE TO GET TO THE MOON, AND HOW YOU CAN GET ONE TODAY
HANDS-ON WITH THE MÜHLE GLASHÜTTE TERRANAUT II