The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 72: Are You a Watch Collector?

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Do you call yourself a watch collector? Does one need to be hyper-focused in their acquisitions to be a collector, or is having a bunch of watches enough? Or are you just an accumulator? In this episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast, we tackle what it means to be a collector of watches and our philosophies on collecting.

For anyone just tuning in, be sure to check out the new enhanced format to the show. What do I mean by enhanced? Well, through some podcast players you can now see embedded images and links to help you follow along with our discussion. This isn’t available on every podcast player, so if you want to take advantage of these enhanced features, check out Overcast and Pocket Casts, two fantastic apps and players.

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Show Notes

Damasko DS 30
Vintage Breil Chronograph
Windup Watch Fair
Those Watch Guys
Military Watches of the World Series on Worn & Wound
Allen’s Timex Diver
Review: “A Man & His Watch” Can Make a Watch Lover Out of Anyone
Field Test: SCUBA Diving in Belize With Four Popular Dive Watches from Seiko, Oris, and Rado
Seiko ref. 6218
King Seiko ref. 4402-8000
Sinn 356 Review

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