This week on the podcast, Blake, Zach Kazan, Zach Weiss, and Kat are all in the studio. Maybe it’s the whole “recording in person” thing, but this one has a bit of everything, including a lengthy wrist check that dives into numerous tangents, from potential alternative terms for “strap monster” (and why we don’t refer to pants as “belt monsters”), weird watch tools we don’t know how to use, and how to solve the problem of too much text on a dial. Other topics in this totally normal episode of the podcast include our favorite Corvettes, toad straps, and watches that say Turbo on the dial. The main topic, such as it is, is a dive into our WatchRecon alerts, inspired by Zach Kazan’s recent editorial on the strange connection to old watch searches.
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- Zach K’s wrist check: IWC Pilot Chrono 41 Ceratanium
- Kat’s wrist check: Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical
- Zach W’s wrist check: Louis Erard x Konstantin Chaykin “Time Eater”
- Blake’s wrist check: Timex IronMan Flix
- The 4th Watch & The Importance of the Non-Essential
- Serica Bolsters the 5303 COSC Antimagnetic Diving Chronometer from Within
- Opinion: When WatchRecon Alerts Tell the Story of Your Life
- Hands On: the H. Moser Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack
- A Closer Look at the Ressence Type 8S and Type 1 Round (w/ Video)