On today’s scene of the Worn & Wound digital recording, we’re talking Speedmasters. Yet, this isn’t simply any Speedmaster digital recording, we’re getting strange. A week ago, we distributed a manual for surprising Speedmasters, and today Blake Buettner, Zach Weiss, and Zach Kazan plunk down to talk through a portion of their top choices from our “Weirdmaster” control, and what makes these references so weird at any rate.
If you’re a Speedmaster fan, or just inspired by irregular watches, make certain to inform us regarding your #1 bizarre Speedys in the comments underneath. There are much beyond what we might actually remember for one guide or web recording, so don’t be bashful about sharing your #1 odd Speedmasters.
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- Zach K’s wrist check: Omega Speedmaster Professional
- Zach W’s wrist check: Omega Speedmaster 3520.50.00
- Blake’s wrist check: Rolex Submariner
- Weirdmaster: A Guide to Unusual Speedmasters
- The Speedmaster “Panda” 1957
- The Speedmaster Rattrapante Co-Axial, WatchBox Reviews
- The LCD Speedmaster on Fratello Watches
- The Speedmaster Perpetual Calendar