The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 113: Talking to Dan and Anna Broadfoot of Timeless Luxury Watches

Last week on the show, you heard from Rob Caplan of Topper Jewelers in Burlingame, California. This week, you’ll hear Zach and Blake’s conversation with Dan and Anna Broadfoot, the proprietors of Timeless Luxury Watches, an AD out in Plano, Texas. This week’s episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast is brought to you by the Windup Watch Shop.

Dan and Anna have a really interesting backstory. Though Timeless is now in a large, chic spot in a busy shopping area, the business actually began as small pre-owned operation that Dan and Anna initially ran out of a spare bedroom in their house. They eventually moved to a storefront, brought in a number of brands, and built up a serious collection of watches and a dedicated customer base. So you’ll hear them talk about that history. You’ll also hear how Dan and Anna approach customer and enthusiast engagement, be it through social media or through posting watch reviews on forums like Watchuseek. Finally, they chat about what it took to make their limited edition with Grand Seiko possible — that’s the ref. SBGE249 Blizzard GMT — and their new line of straps designed for Grand Seiko watches. The SBGE249 is a watch that all of us at Worn & wound HQ really liked, so it was a treat to learn about how it got made. 

Anna and Dan Broadfoot.
Anna’s Grand Seiko 45GS and Dan’s Grand Seiko Ref. SBGE249 “Blizzard” for Timeless Luxury Watches.

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Show Notes

Ilya is Worn & Wound's Managing Editor and Video Producer. He believes that when it comes to watches, quality, simplicity and functionality are king. This may very well explain his love for German and military-inspired watches. In addition to watches, Ilya brings an encyclopedic knowledge of leather, denim and all things related to menswear.