This week on the show, we’ve got Blake, Thomas, Zach and Patrick in the studio to talk about some of the more interesting recent releases to come across our desks. Norqain’s new Wild ONE is at the top of mind, and the gang puts on their materials scientist hats to ponder the pros and cons of carbon fiber, and wonder what this new Norteq material is all about. The team also discusses the latest release from Massena and Habring, which is a gorgeous perpetual calendar chronograph, and in the course of the conversation we learn that at least one member of the crew is actually not into chronographs at all. Can you believe it? To find out who, you’ll have to listen. Also, send us your ideas for how Thomas Calara can test the new Apple Watch (but keep it relatively safe and sane) in the comments below.
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