This week on the podcast, Zach Kazan and Kat Shoulders are taking over while Blake is on vacation for a special episode where they tackle questions from our Worn & Wound+ Slack community. These questions were a lot of fun and really ran the gamut, covering everything from flexing your Rolex at the gym, to caring for your watch bracelets, and favorite articles and photography campaigns we’ve been involved with. We’ll definitely be doing this again, so if you have questions for members of the Worn & Wound team, drop them in the comments. Better yet, join the Worn & Wound+ community by clicking here.
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- Zach’s wrist check: Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda PF Sport Auto
- Kat’s wrist check: IWC C.03 Pilot Chronograph 41
- Worn & Wound+ Slack Community
- My Secret Seiko
- Windup Watch Fair NYC
- Introducing the Nivada Grenchen x Worn & Wound Chronomaster Valjoux 72 and Datomaster VK64
- Jean-Claude Biver, the Matterhorn, and Carbon Fiber with Some Color: A Few Days in Zermatt with Norqain and the New Wild One
- The Howard, Davis & Dennison #3: Inside the Sale of the Most Valuable American Pocket Watch
- Out Of Office: Cruising the California Coast With The Grand Seiko SBGE285
- We Finally Got Our Hands on the Bell & Ross BR 03-94 Multimeter, and Here’s a Video to Prove It
- Owner’s Review: The Arcanaut Arc II Fordite