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 as we try to nail down what it means to be a tool watch fan these days, and we also recap a successful Windup Watch Fair and discuss some recent new releases of note.
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- Thomas Calara’s wrist check: CWC G10
- Zach Kazan’s wrist check: Anordain Model 1
- Blake Buettner’s wrist check: Omega Speedmaster
- Farer Reveals New Cobb Chronograph In Monopusher Guise
- The Romain Gauthier Continuum
- Farewell, Tool Watches
- Rolex Looks Back With The New Explorer 124270
- Hands on With the New Omega Speedmaster Professional
- 50 Years of the Rolex Sea-Dweller
- Hands-On with the Baltic MR01 Micro-Rotor Dress Watch
- Baltic Introduces Their First Contribution to the Only Watch Auction, a Unique Chronograph with a Vintage Movement