The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 197: Watch Comebacks


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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, from classic IWC sports watches, to more accessible dress watch offerings, there’s a lot on our collective wish lists. We also talk about the latest release from Brew, speculate as to the nature of the new collaboration between Hodinkee and Ressence (unknown to us at the time of recording) and reminisce about the days when a few dozen watch forum members could chart the course for a new release.

We know our listeners have thoughts on the watches, brands, and trends that they’d like to see make a comeback in the near term, so let us know in the comments or on Instagram what you’d like to see return from the past. Whether it’s a great brand that doesn’t get the attention it deserves, a specific type of watch that has fallen out of favor, or a favorite reference that you’d like to see modernized or refreshed, there’s always a lot of opportunity to reinterpret what’s come before.

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