Today on the Worn & Wound web recording, Blake Buettner and Zach Kazan talk with Aaron Sigmond, co-writer and supervisor of the new book, Accutron: From the Space Age to the Digital Age . Accutron is having an extraordinary year, having only relaunched with two new collections. The Spaceview 2020 and Accutron DNA are tech forward callbacks to Accutron’s mid-century brilliance days, and highlight a fresh out of the plastic new electrostatic development, a genuine watchmaking advancement. Furthermore, the just reported Legacy Collection reproduces most loved references of noted Accutron authorities with astounding constancy to the firsts. Aaron is a prominent master on Accutron’s history, and offers a ton of incredible experiences about where the brand stands today in this wide running conversation.
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- Accutron: From the Space Age to the Digital Age
- Accutron Spaceview 2020 and Accutron DNA
- Accutron Legacy Collection
- Drive Time: Expanded Edition
- Book Review – Sea Time: Watches Inspired by Sailing, Yachting, and Diving
- Aaron’s wrist check: Omega Speedmaster Professional
- Zach’s wrist check: Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox
- Blake’s wrist check: Nivada Grenchen Chronomaster Aviator Sea Diver