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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 101: Wes and Cullen of Nodus Watches

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This week, Ilya is joined by Wes and Cullen from Nodus Watches. If you’ve been following the independent watch space with any regularity, then you’ve surely heard of Nodus. This LA-based brand is just a couple of years old, but in a very short amount of time they’ve built a solid following of fans, in part because they make damn fine watches, but also because Wes and Cullen have made it a point to go out into the world and meet their customers. On this episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast, Ilya chats with them about their brand, why they think it’s important to continue bringing legitimacy to the independent watch brand space, and why they have a “rising tide raises all ships” mentality.

This week’s episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast is brought to you by Citizen and their iconic line of Eco-Drive watches. For over 40 years, Citizen has been producing watches with Eco-Drive technology. Highly efficient and versatile, Citizen Eco-Drive watches are powered by any light – artificial, natural, and even dim light. Some of the newest Eco-Drive models worth checking out include the the Promaster Tsuno Chrono Racer, and the Satellite Wave GPS Freedom. To learn more and to discover Citizen’s full line of Eco-Drive watches, head to citizenwatch.com/podcast.

Cullen and Wes of Nodus.

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