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Watches, Stories, and Gear: A Seamaster 300 With Major Provenance, a Guide to Stargazing, and More

Watches, Stories, and Gear: A Seamaster 300 With Major Provenance, a Guide to Stargazing, and More

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“Watches, Stories, and Gear” is a gathering of a portion of our #1 watch content on Worn & Wound, extraordinary stories from around the web, and cool stuff that we’ve got our eye on.

This portion of “Watches, Stories, and Gear” is brought to you by the Windup Watch Shop .


FOG CITY VINTAGE A VINTAGE OMEGA SEAMASTER 300 WITH SOME MAJOR PROVENANCE 

A watch with provenance is consistently somewhat more unique in my book, and recently an incredible story hit our DMs that we thought merited sharing. Drawn out into the open by San Francisco’s Fog City Vintage, this Seamaster 300 was once worn by Lieutenant Colonel George Aikman Finter, who served in post-WWII Germany, four visits in Vietnam, and filled in as a knowledge official in South America — all of which would ultimately procure him a Legion of Merit and a Bronze Star. The watch, which is in brilliant condition given its age and the activity it’s seen, comes with an entire bundle of individual archives from Finter himself, among them identifications, IDs, photographs, and more.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MAN AND THE WATCH, WHICH WILL GO TO AUCTION THIS WINTER


WORN & WOUND INTRODUCING THE SEAMASTER PLANET OCEAN ULTRA DEEP PROFESSIONAL, THE RECORD-BREAKING OMEGA AT THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN

Omega as of late revealed the Planet Ocean Ultra Deep, a record-breaking jump watch that came loaded with a ton of fascinating tech. While the actual watch isn’t something anybody could at any point tie to their wrist (nor will they find the opportunity — this isn’t a production model), a portion of the new assembling strategies created here may ultimately advance toward future Omega watches, which is quite damn cool. Who said advancement is dead?

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ATLAS OBSCURA HOW TO FIND THE BEST STUFF IN THE NIGHT SKY FROM ABSOLUTELY ANYWHERE

This one is for all the maturing stargazers. Atlas Obscura tapped Sarah Barker, an astrophysicist, science communicator, and writer of the new book 50 Things to See in the Sky for some exhortation on the best way to stargaze from anyplace (indeed, even New York).

READ MORE HERE


YOUTUBE BRANDON LI – CADIZ, SPAIN: A CINEMATIC VLOG

Brandon Li is a sensational travel movie producer, and he’s been highlighted on past portions of “Watches, Stories, and Gear.” His next movement film will zero in on Cadiz, Spain, yet meanwhile he’s delivered a sightseeing video blog of his visit the nation over as he scouts areas and things to film. It’s worth a watch.


FIELD NOTES THREE MISSION 3-PACK LE

It’s difficult to thump a universally handy journal, and Field Notes realizes how to make a proper scratch pad. This LE pack highlights the three programs (Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo) that finished in landing a man on the moon. Get them for yourself, or as a blessing, for $13.

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