This week, a special episode of the podcast, hosted by Worn & Wound cofounder Zach Weiss and featuring fellow cofounder James Helms and Jonathan Ferrer, founder of Brew Watch Co. Jonathan has been a friend to us at Worn & Wound since the earliest days of Brew, and this conversation is a fun look back at the history of his brand, including an early Worn & Wound limited edition, the watch that saved Brew, and the triumph of the hugely successful Metric. Jonathan and Zach also give us the inside story on the just launched Brew x Worn & Wound Metric Regulators, a colorful and slightly tweaked version of the original Metric that you can read more about right here.
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- Jonathan’s wrist check: Brew Automatic Metric
- James’s wrist check: Omega Speedmaster Professional
- Zach’s wrist check: Grand Seiko SBGW277
- Introducing the Brew x w&w HP-1 Limited Edition
- Introducing the Retrograph, a “Shot Timer” from Brew Watch Co.
- Brew is Back with the Retromatic, an Espresso Inspired Time and Date Watch with an Automatic Movement
- Brew Gets Funky With All New Metric Chronograph
- Introducing the Brew x Worn & Wound Metric Chrono Regulators