The military watch market is and has been booming, but often overlooked are the Benrus Types I and II. Come check out Lessons in Wristory to read about this tactical sleeper.
The Heuer Bundeswehr Flyback Chronograph has become an icon in the military watch collecting world. Check out our Hall of Fame post to find out why. — Wound For Life
Bremont had easily one of the best showings at Baselworld 2014. Check out Wound For Life’s First Impression on the Terra Nova, MBIII, and Boeing Model 1 and Model 247.
The hairspring is one of the most important parts of a mechanical watch movement. First developed over 300 years ago, it has seen drastic improvements, with silicon being the new trend. Read our breakdown for the ‘what’ and ‘why’ silicon hairsprings are becoming increasingly popular.
Ever wonder how the Omega Speedmaster managed to qualify for spaceflight? Let’s just say it went through the NASA gauntlet.
Vintage watch collecting can quickly become a cumbersome and time consuming hobby. Sometimes, we need to take a step back and see the forest for the trees.
Prior to the turn of the 20th century, wristwatches – known as wristlets at the time – were really only worn by women. Wristwatches…
Check out Wound For Life’s Omega Boutique Visit to see some hands-on pictures and hear our thoughts on the latest from Omega.
Wound For Life — Take a look at my hands-on review with the MkII Fulcrum. A serious tool watch that can handle just about whatever you throw at it.