This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Ed Jelley, Zach Kazan, Zach Weiss, and Blake Buettner (making his Worn & Wound podcast debut) look back at the month of July in watches. There’s a lot to discuss, including plenty of new releases and reviews, news of a new watch fair in Geneva, and a great piece of content from Hodinkee. Plus, we answer a listener question about a topic that we discuss frequently amongst ourselves: watch bracelets.
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- Blake Buettner’s wrist check: Rolex Submariner 1680
- Zach Kazan’s wrist check: Grand Seiko SBGH271
- Ed Jelley’s wrist check: Seiko Prospex SNJ029
- Zach Weiss’ Zodiac Super Sea Wolf GMT
- HourUniverse in Basel
- The Long Return, Part II on Hodinkee
- Ophion OPH 786 Vélos
- Lorier Falcon II
- Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight Navy Blue
- TAG Heuer Montreal Limited Edition
- Timex MKI Mechanical
- Gorilla Outlaw Drift
- Gruppo Gamma Watches
- Lorier Gemini
- Tudor Pelagos
- Rolex GlideLock
- Christopher Ward Military Collection
- Staib Milanese Mesh