The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep 314: Tudor FXD Talk With The Wristorian

Today on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner is checking in from his recent dive trip in Florida with Tudor, and is joined by fellow dive watch aficionado Justin, AKA @the_wristorian on Instagram, where you’ve probably seen him post tons of amazing content on just about everything you can imagine relating to dive watch history. He’s a true authority, and a genuine enthusiast, and his feed is worthy of a follow if you’re not already checking in. 

In this conversation, Blake and Justin discuss all the action on the ground and under the surface with Tudor, including their experience at the Man in the Sea museum, home to SEALAB-I and many other important pieces of diving history, and their reactions to the latest Tudor FXD, this time clad in a black dial. This one is absolutely loaded with dive watch content, so get ready for a full exploration of the Tudor dive watch lineup, and where it stands now with the latest addition to the collection. 


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