This week on the podcast, Zach and Blake are joined by watch industry veteran Steve Hallock. Steve has been around the watch industry for years, working for MB&F, creating content for YouTube, and as a dealer of some of the most exotic independent watches you’ll ever see. The watches that Steve is an expert on are truly rare and unique, and even if you can’t afford or don’t aspire to own watches like these, there’s a lot of horology to appreciate, and Steve’s enthusiasm for watches is infectious. Throughout the course of this conversation, he takes us through his own story of his time in the watch industry, as well as a handful of watches pulled from his safe that are not to be missed. And since we understand the limitations of podcasting as an audio medium, be sure to check out our YouTube channel, where you can see these watches up close and personal.
The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 191: The Craziest High End Independent Watches, with Steve Hallock
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