It’s no secret that we’re big fans of Grand Seiko here at Worn & Wound, so this week’s episode was a real treat for us. In episode 96, Ilya sits down with Joe Kirk, the National Training Manager for Grand Seiko Corporation of America, to talk about everything Grand Seiko, and to answer all your burning Grand Seiko questions submitted via Instagram.
This week’s episode of the Worn & Wound Podcast is brought to you by Hamilton and their Intra-Matic Automatic Chronograph, a recreation of an iconic timepiece first released in 1968. Hamilton has reimagined that watch with a piece that retains the vintage styling of the original while adding modern function and wearability. Powering the Intra-Matic Automatic Chronograph is an H-31 automatic chronograph movement with an extended 60-hour power reserve. The case of the Intra-Matic has also been scaled to 40mm for modern tastes, and the panda dial colorway is available in both blue and black variants. To learn more about Hamilton’s new Intra-Matic Automatic Chronograph, head to shop.hamiltonwatch.com.
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- Grand Seiko USA
- Grand Seiko USA Instagram
- Joe’s Instagram
- Joe’s Grand Seiko Ref. SBGC203
- Joe’s Grand Seiko Ref. SBGJ203
- Ilya’s Junghans Max Bill
- Grand Seiko hands getting heat-blued
- Worn & Wound review of the Ref. SBGM221
- 9S Mechanical
- 9F Quartz
- 9R Spring Drive
- Shizuku-Ishi Watch Studio
- Zaratsu polishing
- Hands-On with the Grand Seiko Elegance Collection (Refs. SBGK002, SBGK004, SBGK005, and SBGK006)
- Grand Seiko Spring Drive 8-Day Power Reserve
- Grand Seiko Elegance Collection with the new 9R02 caliber
- RSVP for Joe’s lecture at the HSNY