Only two years prior, Ming Watches hit the scene and were a short-term sensation. That initially restricted assortment, named 17.01, sold out in the blink of an eye, which wasn’t that a very remarkable astonishment in light of the fact that the watches were acceptable — like great. Furthermore, they were forcefully evaluated, as well, at just $900 a pop. At that point a couple of months after the fact, Ming put out their sophomore delivery, this time a top of the line piece with an insane 100-hour development by Schwarz-Etienne. The new watch, almost multiple times the cost of its archetype, followed a portion of the fundamental plan signals of Ming’s first watch, yet the execution was unadulterated extravagance. It was an energizing delivery, yet in addition one that enlivened debate with its yearning sticker price. Ming’s proceeded with that direction, delivering both rich watches and fairly estimated ones — at the same time keeping a special stylish and adherence to quality that’s found various fans.
On this week’s scene of The Worn & Wound Podcast, Zach and Ilya are joined by Ming Thien and Praneeth Rajsingh of Ming Watches. The two halted by Worn & Wound HQ half a month back, and we were eager to get the mics and discussion about their image and watches.
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- Ming’s wrist check – Ming 17.06 Monolith
- Praneeth’s wrist check – Ming 19.01
- Zach’s wrist check – Sinn 556i
- Ilya’s wrist check – Seiko SRP777
- Ming Watches
- Ming Watch’s Instagram
- Schwarz Etienne
- Ming 17.01
- Ming 17.03 GMT survey
- Ming 19.02
- Ming’s photography