On today’s Worn & Wound podcast, Zach Weiss, Zach Kazan, and Ed Jelley sit down to rehash a very busy April on the site, and in the watch industry. In addition to some great new releases, the guys discuss Zach’s recent Three for $5,000 article, Ed’s review of the Doxa Sub 200, and their thoughts on how to decide to pull the trigger on that new watch. It’s a fun conversation, and be sure to check out links to all the content discussed in the show notes below.
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- Zach K’s wrist check: Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical
- Ed’s wrist check: Sinn 856 non-UTC
- Zach W’s wrist check: Lorier x Worn & Wound Gemini
- LVMH Group pulls out of Baselworld
- Three Watch Collection Under $5,000: Zach Kazan’s Picks
- Hands On: Anordain Model 2 Fumé
- All Hail the New Seiko Prospex “King Turtle”
- Three Watch Collection Under $5,000: Ed Jelley’s Picks
- Seiko Introduces New Versions of the “Capt. Willard” as Permanent Parts of the Prospex Lineup
- Introducing the Sistem51 Petite Seconde, a Mechanical Watch Made Entirely By Machines, Now With a Small Seconds Display
- Review: Doxa Sub 200
- Far Afield: 12 Field Watches That Are Ready for Adventure
- Vaer Watches