This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re looking back at the last week in watches, including some recent reviews of some new summer ready divers from Oris, and a big release from Tudor that we had no luck in predicting. We’re also asking some big questions, including whether or not to strike up a conversation with potential watch enthusiasts on a plane, and what beers are best positioned for a G-Shock collaboration. But our main topic this week is a focus on timekeeping, and specifically the ins and outs of METAS certification, and how important it is (or isn’t) in our daily lives. How accurate does a watch really need to be, anyway? Are you always checking time.gov or another trusted time signal to see how accurately your watch is running? There are a lot of different perspectives here, and a variety of ways to appreciate accurate timekeeping, and we touch on almost all of them. This is a good one for the chronometry nerds among us.
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- Zach K’s wrist check: Zodiac x Worn & Wound Super Sea Wolf
- Zach W’s wrist check: Grand Seiko SBGA375
- Blake’s wrist check: Rolex Submariner
- G-Shock collaborates with the King of Beers
- The Oris Divers Sixty-Five “Cotton Candy”
- @watchsymmetry on Instagram
- Hands-On With The Tudor Black Bay 58 925 In Silver
- Introducing The METAS Certified Tudor Black Bay Ceramic
- Booze & Bezels