This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we say goodbye to summer, and take a look back at the month of August. As we head into fall, we have a ton of new releases to talk about: Ming’s first dive watch, A Doxa Sub 300 that became something of a controversy among collectors, and a relaunched Accutron using an entirely new type movement among them. We also talk through some of the big reviews we ran last month, including a couple of divers that enthusiasts have been itching to get their hands on.
This week’s episode of the Worn & Wound Podcast is brought to you by Seiko and their iconic Seiko 5 Sports line of watches. Seiko has released a diverse range of new Seiko 5 Sports watches, designed to fit any style. The new introductions fit into five distinct style categories: Sports, Suits, Street, Specialist, and Sense, each incorporating different color schemes and materials.
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- Zach W’s wrist check: Seiko SPB149
- Zach K’s wrist check: Collins Sonar
- Ed’s wrist check: Casio “Fishing Gear”
- Blake’s wrist check: Seiko SNJ031
- Omega DSOTM Alinghi
- Ming Diver
- Doxa Sub 300
- Fortis F43 Chrono
- Revolution X The Rake X Hanhart
- Monta Noble
- Accutron Spaceview/DNA
- Accutron Electrostatic Movement Instruction Manual
- Farer GMT Bezel
- Christopher Ward C65 Super Compressor
- Seiko SPB149 Review
- The Japan Collection
- Sinn U50 Review
- Visitor Linden Calligraph Larkspur Review