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The worn&wound Podcast Ep. 12: a Conversation with R.T. Custer of Vortic Watch Company

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Welcome to Episode 12 of The worn&wound Podcast. In this episode, we sit down with …

A Podcast Listener’s Response to the White Paper on Fine Watchmaking

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In episode 9 of The worn&wound Podcast, we discussed what was at the time the newly released White Paper on Fine Watchmaking. If you haven’t …
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The worn&wound Podcast Episode 11: a Conversation with Jonathan Ferrer of Brew Watch Co.

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In episode 11 of The worn&wound Podcast, we sit down with Jonathan Ferrer of Brew Watc Co., a brand that long-time readers of worn&wound are …
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The worn&wound Podcast Episode 10: Talking American Watchmaking with Ian Schon

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Schon DSGN is a one-man shop out of Boston founded in 2011. A product designer and engineer by trade, owner Ian Schon produces a curated …
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The worn&wound Podcast Episode 9: the White Paper on Fine Watchmaking, a Conversation with w&w Contributor Blake Rong, and More

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Episode 9 of The worn&wound Podcast is now up! Today, the team breaks down the recently published White Paper on Fine Watchmaking by the Fondation …
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The worn&wound Podcast Episode 8: Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000, Zach’s Journey to an Omega Speedmaster, and More

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Episode 8 of The worn&wound Podcast is now up! Today, we talk about our popular “Three-Watch Collection Under $5,000” series. Then, the conversation segues into …

The worn&wound Podcast Episode 7: Listener Questions #1

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We’re back with episode 7 of The worn&wound Podcast. This time around, we’re answering your questions. We’d like to take a moment to thank everyone …
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The worn&wound Podcast Episode 6: Interview with Etienne Malec of Baltic Watches

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We’re back with Episode 6 of The worn&wound Podcast. Today, Zach and Blake talk to Etienne Malec, founder of Baltic Watches. If you spend any …

The worn&wound Podcast: Baselworld Postmortem

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So now that we’ve had some space to recover post-Baselworld 2017, we thought it was …