This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, the team sits down to talk about the year’s first big trade show, LVMH Watch Week. This show sees the LVMH brands showing off their latest and greatest creations to kick off the year, and we’ve got all the news on the big debuts from Zenith, TAG Heuer, and others. We’ll also chat about a new release from Oris, the Big Crown Calibre 473, which sees their 120 hour in house movement lose the rotor and go fully hand wound, complete with a power reserve visible through the caseback. The year has only just begun, and there are already a ton of new watches to chat about – surely a good sign for the remainder of 2023.
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