On this week’s scene of The Worn & Wound Podcast, Ilya visits with Jarett Harkness of Unwind In Time , a shop that practices above all else in Hamilton Electric watches. Vintage is obviously hot at this moment, yet most devotee center is given to vintage mechanical watches. The watches that interest Jarret, notwithstanding, are of an alternate sort, and his adoration for Hamilton Electrics started when he fixed a non-running Hamilton Electric Pacer. Jarett reveals to us how he came to cherish watches, why he’s particularly attracted to Electric timepieces, and how his one-time diversion and now full-time business truly goes past the watches themselves.
This week’s scene of The Worn & Wound Podcast is brought to you by Grand Seiko and Timeless Luxury Watches. Amazing Seiko and Timeless have joined forces to make the SBGE249 Spring Drive GMT restricted version timepiece, a watch inspired by a snowstorm in Shirojiri, Japan where the Grand Seiko Shinshu Studio is found. The dial highlights a fragile surface and it’s complemented with Grand Seiko’s completely etched hour markers, dangerously sharp hands, and blue features on the content and hands. The dial sits underneath a double bended sapphire precious stone, and it’s all housed inside a 41mm, Zaratsu-cleaned stainless steel case. The watch is fueled by Grand Seiko’s Spring Drive type, which includes a gliding seconds hand, precision of give or take 10 seconds out of each month, and 72 hours of force save. Obvious through a sapphire case back, the Spring Drive development is a sign of Grand Seiko’s watchmaking heritage. Just 250 of the Timeless Luxury SBGE249 restricted version watches will be delivered. To find out more and buy one today, visit Timeless Luxury Watches .
- Unwind In Time
- Unwind In Time Instagram
- Ilya’s wrist check – Junghans Max Bill Anniversary
- Jarett’s wrist check – Hamilton Electric Vega
- Richard Arbib
- The Watch of the Future by Rene Rondeau