This week’s episode is a special one. At Windup Watch Fair in April, we brought together three Worn & Wound Podcast alumni — Jason Lim from Halios, Bradley Price from Autodromo, and Etienne Malic from Baltic — to participate in a bit of power panel about running a successful, enthusiast-focused, independent watch brand in 2019. We covered a whole bunch of topics, from the loaded nature of the term “micro-brand,” to the challenges of the current, sometimes oversaturated, market.
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- Bradley’s wrist check – Autodromo Group B Seres 2 Corsica
- Jason’s wrist check – Universa prototype and Brew Technicolor
- Etienne’s wrist check- Black/Silver Aquascaphe
- Zach’s wrist check – Worn & Wound x Stowa Partitio
- Ilya’s wrist check – Limited Edition Junghans Max Bill
- Bradley on The Worn & Wound Podcast
- Jason on The Worn & Wound Podcast
- Etienne on The Worn & Wound Podcast