The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep 336: February Q&A

We’re back this week with our monthly Q&A podcast episode. Kat Shoulders, Zach Weiss, and Zach Kazan are all on the mic fielding questions from our Instagram followers and Worn & Wound+ Slack community. Topics this month are as varied as usual, and touch on hypothetical titanium Seikos, limitations of mass produced movements, our longest honeymoon period with a watch, and a lot more. We love to do these Q&A episodes, so if you want to get a question in for the next one, be sure to join our Worn & Wound+ Slack group and keep an eye out for our monthly call for questions.


Special thanks to Sherpa Watches for sponsoring this week’s podcast. Sherpa created their own true compressor case system, including the bayonet compressor case back and the compressor crowns, built in-house. Their unique design, including the double crown and crown guards, are all made from German or Swiss components. The watches feature 200 meter water resistance certified to the ISO 6425 norm. Finally they have what they call their “spiritual complication”,  Tibetan Buddhist prayer wheels in the watch movement that connect to the tradition of the Nepalese Sherpa people. These create more than 30 million mantras per year from your wrist into the world. Learn more about Sherpa Watches at,

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