This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, it’s one of our favorite episodes of the year: our predictions and hopes for the year ahead. The early days of January are a great time – everyone is still in great spirits from the recent holiday season, and we’re all full of hope for what will surely be an exciting year of new releases, watchmaking innovations, and exciting developments across the horological landscape. The editorial team has thoughts on what we might see in the realm of “micro indies,” new executions of much loved complications, and, of course, completely incorrect predictions on what Tudor will do. We’re also talking about watch resolutions. Is that even a thing? Do you have any? If you do, be sure to drop them in the comments, and let us know if you have any predictions for 2023 as well.
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- Our Predictions for the Watch World in 2023
- The Classic Grand Seiko Hand Winder Gets Some Color In New, US Exclusive LEs
- Serica Introduces their First GMT, the 8315
- Stronger, Lighter, & Bolder: The Baltic Aquascaphe Titanium
- Introducing the Christopher Ward SH21: A Game Changer
- The Emergence of the Micro Indie: A Brief Guide to High Craft, Affordable, Independent Watchmaking
- Hands On with the Naoya Hida “Lettercutter” Collaboration with the Armoury
- No Escape(ment): An Overview of Obtainable Watches with Silicon Components
- [VIDEO] Review: The 39mm Tudor Ranger Through the Eyes of a Rolex Explorer Owner