This week on the podcast, Blake, Kat, and Zach Kazan are on the mic to talk about some recent releases that have caught our attention, including a new world timer from Omega in green (and titanium), a Seiko 5 Sports limited edition for Snoopy fans, and a Hublot for coffee lovers. We’re also taking some questions from readers submitted through Worn & Wound+, our new (and completely free) Slack community. This week, the hard hitting topics we’re tackling include whether to tuck or untuck a NATO strap, our thoughts on watch modding, and some of the unique industry experiences we’ve been lucky to have.
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- [VIDEO] On Wrist Reaction: The Seiko 5 Sports SSK005 GMT Is A Wild Time
- Zach’s wrist check: IWC Pilot Chronograph 41 Ceratanium
- Kat’s wrist check: Lorier Gemini
- Blake’s wrist check: Christopher Ward The Twelve
- Omega Introduces New References in their Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Collection, Including One in Titanium
- Out Of Office: Cruising the California Coast With The Grand Seiko SBGE285
- Seiko 5 Sports Adds a Pair of Limited Editions Peanuts Themed Watches to the Collection to Celebrate their Anniversary
- A Different Kind of Coffee Watch: Hublot and Nespresso Team Up for a Big Bang Unico that is All About Recycled Materials
- Worn & Wound+
- Opinion: When WatchRecon Alerts Tell the Story of Your Life