This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Zach Weiss, Ilya Ryvin, Zach Kazan, and Ed Jelley look back at the last decade in watches. The 2010s was a big decade for the watch industry, particularly the part of it that we focus on here at Worn & Wound. It was a period of rapid change that included not just the rise of microbrands, but also significant shifts in the way we purchase watches, talk about watches, and design watches. And, of course, the latter half of the decade saw connected watches like the Apple Watch enter the market, changing the space in ways we perhaps can’t even fully see yet.
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- Ed Jelley wrist check: Raven Solitude
- Zach Kazan wrist check: Zenith Defy Classic
- Zach Weiss wrist check: Roue TPS Chronograph
- Ilya Ryvin wrist check: Tudor Black Bay 58
- Rise of the Microbrand
- Tudor Black Bay P01
- Halios and the high end microbrand
- Ian Schon and the personal touch
- Nodus Watches
- Tudor Black Bay 36
- Zenith Defy Classic
- Oris Propilot X
- Tudor Pelagos
- The Apple Watch
- How we buy watches and the secondary market