This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re looking ahead to 2022, and talking about what we want to see more of from our favorite brands (and the industry as a whole) in the new year. Will brands like Tudor move from 2021’s niche releases (they really made a silver dive watch last year, people) to a more mass market approach? What are we about to see from IWC in 2022? Is this the year of the dress watch? All will be revealed in time, but for now give a listen to this week’s episode, and let us know what you expect from 2022 in the comments below, or on Instagram.
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- Zach K’s wrist check: Haim Descent
- Thomas’s wrist check: vintage Omega Seamaster
- Zach W’s wrist check: Stowa x Worn & Wound Partitio
- Blake’s wrist check: Christopher Ward x Worn & Wound C60 Sandstorm
- Review: the Haim Descent
- Baselworld 2019: My Hands-On Opinion of the New Tudor Black Bay P01
- Review: the Serica 5303 Dive Watch
- Watch industry predictions via Robb Report
- Hands on with the Furlan Marri “Havana Salmon”
- Total Recall: A Guide to Forgotten Watch Brands
- Introducing the Breitling Top Time Deus Limited Edition
- Brew Refreshes the Metric with Three New Dial Colors