The worn&wound Podcast Ep. 21: A Chat with Chase Fancher of Oak & Oscar

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If you’re on Instagram and you love watches, then you surely know of Oak & Oscar, the popular Chicago-based micro-brand founded by Chase Fancher. Today, Chase joins us on the podcast to talk about how he got started, the inspiration behind his first two watches (both now sold out), and what’s in store for the future.

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Show Notes

Let’s kick things off with a wrist check.

Zach – Hamilton Intramatic 1968
Blake – Oris Divers Sixty-Five (read our review here).
Chase – Oak & Oscar Sandford


Click here to read our review of the Burnham, Oak & Oscar’s inaugural watch.

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