This week on the podcast, we’ve got a full roster of Worn & Wound team members on the mic to talk about some of the recent news in the watch world, as well as a topic that’s near and dear to all of us: navigating the enthusiast forums to sell your watches online. Zach Kazan recently wrote an editorial that asked if this process has ever been more problematic, and on this episode the whole team is here to share their thoughts. There’s also a discussion about a big new release from Longines, and one of the more interesting small brands we’ve come across as of late, the Impossible Watch Company, based in Talkeetna, Alaska. All that, plus a spirited defense of The Snyder Cut, coming from Zach W. and Zach K., as you’d expect.
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- Kat’s wrist check: Hamilton Khaki Field
- Zach K’s wrist check: Tudor Black Bay 41 METAS
- Zach W’s wrist check: Porsche Design Chrono 1
- Blake’s wrist check: Omega Seamaster 300M 2230.50
- Longines Redesigns HydroConquest With New GMT Collection
- Raging Against the Machine in Talkeetna, Alaska: The Impossible Watch Company
- We’re Living in a Society: Don’t Do This When Buying a Watch