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This week on the podcast, we’re happy to be joined by @nycwatchguy. If you’re at all active in the Instagram watch community, chances are you’ve come across one of his posts. He favors high end independents, and has what is truly one of the most eclectic collections we’ve seen showcased on social media. This is a fun discussion covering @nycwatchgu…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re looking ahead to 2022, and talking about what we want to see more of from our favorite brands (and the industry as a whole) in the new year. Will brands like Tudor move from 2021’s niche releases (they really made a silver dive watch last year, people) to a more mass market approach? What are we about to…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’ve got a full house to talk about our favorite watches of 20221. Blake Buettner, Zach Weiss, Ed Jelley, Zach Kazan, and Thomas Calara are all on the mic to run through the watch releases that stuck with us last year. From affordable value propositions to unattainable grails, we talk about it all on this wee…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner and Thomas Calara sit down to talk about some of their recent adventures, and the watches that accompanied them on their 2021 travels. Surfing, hiking, and more were all on the table last year, including a weekend excursion up Mt. Whitney and an exploration of rural Utah (both with Rolex Explore…
 
This week on the podcast, Blake Buettner, Zach Kazan, and Thomas Calara hit the mic to run through your favorite watch releases of the year. We asked listeners to tell us which watches spoke to them over the course of 2021, and you came through with a ton of great responses, jogging our memory to recall watches we may have forgotten during an uncom…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner and Zach Kazan sit down for an end-of-year conversation that covers watch resolutions, recent acquisitions, and watch buying regrets. The recent Zenith Poker Chip is once again discussed (seems we can’t get this one out of our heads) as is the concept of watch trading (as opposed to selling for …
 
This week on the podcast, Blake Buettner and Zach Weiss are joined by Ariel Adams for a wide ranging conversation that covers everything from the business of watches, to the use of color in watch design, to the place of social media in the watch landscape. Ariel, as many readers and listeners are aware, is the founder of A Blog to Watch, and we’re …
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re joined by Felix Scholz and Andy Green, our friends from Down Under, and hosts of the wonderful podcast OT: The Podcast. Andy and Felix have both been around the block in the Australian and international watch media landscape with stints at Hodinkee and Time + Tide between them, and have seen OT grow by l…
 
This week on the podcast, Blake Buettner is joined by Kyle Snarr and Jon Gaffney for a wide ranging discussion on watches, gear, and a whole lot more. Kyle heads up partnerships at Worn & Wound, and is also behind the Cantonment Co. brand. Jon is a long time watch enthusiast and writer who has contributed to Worn & Wound since the early days, and a…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner and Zach Kazan sit down to talk about some of the more interesting new releases to hit the watch world in the last week (including an instance of the sequel maybe outperforming the original in the case of the latest from Aquastar), as well as a recap of our recent event with Farer at the Filson …
 
Today on the podcast, Blake Buettner, Zach Weiss, and Zach Kazan sit down to talk about what is unquestionably one of the biggest watch releases of the year: the Tudor Pelagos FXD. What is the FXD? Well, if this were Wheel of Fortune, and you bought a few vowels, the “fixed” theme of the watch comes into focus. This iteration of the Pelagos had bee…
 
This week on the podcast, Blake Buettner, Zach Weiss, Zach Kazan, and Ed Jelley have gathered to talk about, among other things, the recently completed Grand Prix Horlogerie d’Geneve, better known as GPHG. Every year, some of the biggest names in watchmaking come together in Geneva to celebrate, well, each other. Some of the awards left us scratchi…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re talking tool watches. Hot on the heels of the NATO strap kerfuffle, Zach Kazan wrote a piece that says “farewell” to the traditional tool watch, and in today’s episode we go deep into the purpose of tool watches in our lives in 2021 and beyond. Blake Buettner and Thomas Calara join in on the conversation…
 
Today on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner and Zach Kazan are in the studio to talk about some of our favorite collaborations released so far this year. We’re hot on the heels of some very high end collaborations from the likes of Urwerk, Luca Soprana, and others, but we bring it back down to earth with some more accessible collaborations fo…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re talking about some of your favorite unpopular opinions when it comes to watches. We asked listeners for their hottest watch takes, and man oh man did they ever deliver. From Rolex, to date placement (of course) to the very concept of watch spotting, our listeners held nothing back, and it made for some g…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re talking to Gabe Reilly, a cofounder of Collective Horology. Collective is an application-only Silicon Valley based watch collector’s group that just released their latest collaborative watch, a limited edition version of IWC’s Pilot’s Watch Chronograph. With this release, they’re also opening up their fi…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner and Zach Kazan take a look at the biggest and best releases from the month of September. As fall sets in and the busy holiday season approaches, new watch releases begin to heat up, and there were a bunch of notable new watches released throughout the month of September at every price point. New…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, just like Scrooge McDuck, we’re diving headfirst into gold. Zach Weiss recently penned an editorial on his growing interest in gold, and in this episode Blake Buettner and Zach Kazan join him to talk about how gold watches fit into our lives, or could, in theory, someday down the line. We wonder aloud why it i…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner, Zach Weiss, and Zach Kazan are happy to be joined by Nicholas Manousos, Executive Director of the Horological Society of New York. The HSNY is one of the world’s oldest continuously operating horological associations in the world, and Nicholas speaks with us about the organization’s history, mi…
 
This week on the podcast, Blake Buettner and Zach Weiss are joined by James Stacey. James wears many hats: he’s a Senior Writer for Hodinkee, one half of the team that hosts The Grey Nato podcast (the other half, Jason Heaton, joined us previously), and he’s the newly minted host of Hodinkee Radio, another watch related podcast you might be familia…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re talking about some of our favorites from the recently completed Geneva Watch Days. This year’s Geneva Watch Days event marked the return of in-person watch fairs to Switzerland after a long pandemic induced hiatus, and while the scale of this trade show isn’t on par with Baselworld in its prime, there we…
 
This week on the podcast, Blake Buettner, Zach Weiss, and Zach Kazan are discussing some of the recent new releases that have caught our collective eye in the month of August. There’s a lot of Grand Seiko activity to discuss, including some new US exclusive limited editions at an affordable price point, and some flagship Spring Drive releases that …
 
This week marks a major milestone on the Worn & Wound podcast, as we celebrate our 200th episode. That’s right, we’ve officially talked about watches into microphones 200 times (remember the early days?), and to commemorate this momentous event, we reached out to our listeners and asked them to submit questions for us to answer on the air. This tim…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner and Zach Kazan pick up their recent discussion on grail watches, and this time they’re joined by Zach Weiss and you, the listener, by way of questions and comments submitted through Instagram. We asked for your thoughts on the concept of the “grail watch” and our recent editorial on the subject,…
 
This week on the podcast, we’re happy to be joined by Jerome Burgert, one of the founders of a brand we’ve become big fans of at Worn & Wound, Serica Watches. Serica appeared on the watch scene in 2019 with the W.W.W. watch, a tribute to classic military watches like the original “Dirty Dozen” series. They followed that up a year later with the 451…
 
Today on the podcast, Zach Kazan and Blake Buettner are talking about watches that are primed for a comeback. The watch hobby, as many are well aware, is cyclical. Watches come, watches go, and watches come back, sometimes without any discernible reason. In this episode, we run through some watches and trends that we’d like to see make a return, fr…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner and Zach Kazan run down some of the most exciting recent releases, and tackle one of the most pressing topics for many watch collectors: grail watches. What is a grail watch, anyway? In this episode, we talk about how to define a grail, it’s importance (or lack thereof) in collecting, and the fe…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re playing catch up, and talking about some of our favorite recent summer watch releases. We’ve had a string of podcasts with some great guests recently (check out the archive here if you missed anything) but today it’s just Zach Weiss, Blake Buettner, and Zach Kazan talking about new releases, recent acqui…
 
This week on the podcast, Blake Buettner, Zach Weiss, and Blake Malin are joined by Hodinkee’s Ben Clymer for a wide ranging discussion reflecting on a long, shared history in the watch media landscape. Ben is the founder and Executive Chairman of Hodinkee, and in the thirteen years since he started the website, it’s grown into a leading resource f…
 
This week on the podcast, Blake Buettner, Zach Weiss, and Zach Kazan are once again taking your questions. When you submitted questions for our recent podcast with the Worn & Wound co-founders, we had a bunch left over that we wanted to get to. We cover some pretty big topics here, including how our collecting habits and tastes have changed, and th…
 
Have you ever found yourself watching a movie, and thinking to yourself that a particular character is wearing a watch that just doesn’t make any sense? Conversely, are there watches that feel perfectly cast in your favorite movies? Of course you have – it’s the cross that all us as watch fanatics must bear. Today on the podcast, we’re diving deep …
 
This week on the podcast, Zach and Blake are joined by watch industry veteran Steve Hallock. Steve has been around the watch industry for years, working for MB&F, creating content for YouTube, and as a dealer of some of the most exotic independent watches you’ll ever see. The watches that Steve is an expert on are truly rare and unique, and even if…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, it’s a special episode with the three founders: Zach Weiss, Blake Malin, and James Helms. On the occasion of Worn & Wound’s tenth anniversary, Zach, Blake, and James sit down to reflect on where the website has been, where it’s going, and the many highs and lows along the way. They also answer questions submit…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re asking the age old question: what’s in a name? Not in the Shakespearean sense, but in the world of watches, what we call these things that we strap to our wrist can have an outsized impact on how we perceive them. We take Zach Weiss’s recent review of the Grand Seiko SBGE225 as the jumping off point to t…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re looking back at the last week in watches, including some recent reviews of some new summer ready divers from Oris, and a big release from Tudor that we had no luck in predicting. We’re also asking some big questions, including whether or not to strike up a conversation with potential watch enthusiasts on…
 
It’s been a busy week in the watch world, and we’re covering a lot of ground in this week’s Worn & Wound podcast to get to as much watch news as we can. First, we take you through the all new Zodiac x Worn & Wound Super Sea Wolf Limited Edition, our latest collaboration, and an LE that’s been in the works for a long time. Zach Weiss is here this we…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Zach Weiss, Blake Buettner, and Zach Kazan take a look at some of the most interesting new releases we’ve seen since the Watches & Wonders fair. In this new post-Baselworld era, we’re quickly learning that big trade shows won’t be the only time brands unveil new products, and both large and small watchmakers h…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, it’s Q&A time. You sent us your questions, and we’re doing our best to answer them on this episode. We spend some time talking about collecting strategy and what we want to see when we look into the watch box, what might be coming soon from Tudor, and also dive deep into the idea of celebrity marketing, at lea…
 
On this week’s Worn & Wound podcast, we’re joined by Max Busser. Max is a longtime veteran of the watch industry, and has spent time at Harry Winston and Jaeger LeCoultre in addition to heading his own brand, MB&F. This year marks ten years of the MB&F Legacy Machine, and Max takes us through the unlikely history of these watches and his brand, and…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re joined by writer, diver, podcast host, and, most recently, published novelist, Jason Heaton. Jason has been writing for Hodinkee from nearly the very beginning, and is a co-host of the Grey Nato podcast, which is definitely something you should be listening to if you’re not already subscribed. He also re…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re joined by Mitchell Wein, Vice President of Marathon Watch. Marathon is known for producing military spec watches at an affordable price point, and the brand has a fascinating history dating back over 100 years. Mitchell takes us through Marathon’s past, their rigorous testing protocols, the details behin…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast it’s all things Watches & Wonders, and we’re happy to be joined by watch industry veteran Reginald Brack to talk through some of last week’s big releases. Reg has worked with StockX, the NPD Group, and as a consultant within the watch industry for years, and he has a depth of knowledge that makes him a perfect …
 
Today on the Worn & Wound podcast, we welcome Chris Grainger, the CEO of IWC. We talk to Chris about IWC’s latest tech-forward watches, take a deep dive into their unique ceratanium material, discuss the finer points of handset selection, and look forward to what IWC might have in store in the not too distant future. While we often associate IWC wi…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast we’re talking about the culture of collecting with Nick Engvall of Sneaker History and Elhadji Mare, a Social Content Manager for StockX. Nick and Elhadji both come from the sneaker world, and as many listeners are likely aware, there is a ton of overlap between the watch and sneaker hobbies. Both areas of enth…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re joined by special guest Kyle Snarr, Co-founder of Cantonment. Kyle’s been on the podcast before to chat about his brand and all things EDC, but today he joins us to take part in our semi-regular series where we look at a movie with a focus on time or with some notable watch content and dissect it from a …
 
It’s hard to believe, but we’re just a few weeks out from Watches & Wonders, and even though this trade show has gone digital, it feels like this represents something of a return to normalcy for the watch world. After all, we’ll be getting a ton of new release announcements from major brands, and in the span of a few days we’ll have a pretty good i…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re discussing the watch collecting lifestyle. It’s a big and somewhat loaded topic, but we wanted to talk about perception versus reality when it comes to watch collecting, the impact of social media on the hobby, and how the visibility of watches in our culture impacts us in large and subtle ways. This wee…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re going deep on the barrage of recent releases from Seiko and Grand Seiko, discussing several of their new watches in depth, and answering your most pressing questions on the new releases. Last week saw the introduction of many new models, and served as a kickoff to Seiko’s big 140th anniversary. We’ve got…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner, Blake Malin, and Zach Kazan run down the week that was in watches, and talk about a topic that’s certainly of interest to almost anyone reading this: purchasing watches online. More than ever, many of the biggest watch manufacturers are doing what the small brands have been doing for years: sel…
 
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re asking a simple question: If you could change one thing about any particular watch to make it perfect, what would it be? Even watches that we love have little quirks and imperfections that we’d love to change, and today Zach Weiss, Blake Buettner, and Zach Kazan are attacking the small details that we’d …
 
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