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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 157: October Recap – A New Speedy with a Hidden Talent, the “Captain Willard” Gets Reviewed, and the Debate over Screw-Down Pushers

The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 157: October Recap – A New Speedy with a Hidden Talent, the “Captain Willard” Gets Reviewed, and the Debate over Screw-Down Pushers


This week on the Worn & Wound web recording, Blake Buettner, Zach Weiss, Ed Jelley, and Zach Kazan pause for a minute to glance back at the long stretch of October. With the year coming to a nearby, we’re as yet seeing a constant flow of new watch deliveries, and there were cool new watches presented by brands both enormous and little throughout the most recent month. In this scene, the group talks through a portion of their top picks, and they return to a portion of the incredible active reviews from the most recent month, including new watches from Baltic, Nomos, and Seiko. Make certain to hit up the comments with your #1 new watches from October, and let us know what you’re anticipating in November.

This week’s scene of the Worn & Wound digital broadcast is brought to you by Bulova and  their new Precisionist X assortment. Bulova praises the Precisionist innovation and rethinks the Precisionist tasteful with a progressive new plan, representing the ethos of Bulova with explanation putting forth defense shapes, dial plans and materials, while keeping exact planning up to 1/1000th of a second for unrivaled timekeeping in a simple watch.

Marking 10 years of innovation and plan development, Precisionist X is another take on  the exemplary Precisionist. Bulova first discloses the Precisionist X Limited Edition watch highlighted in hardened steel with a 18k yellow gold top ring embed. Restricted to 100 pieces, the watch is introduced in a rich box with numbered sequential card and plaque. Close by that are two new Precisionist X Special Edition watches including top ring embeds made of Damascus steel, a renowned kind of steel unmistakable by the wavy light and dull example of the metal and are accessible in either a dark IP case with a green cowhide tie or a rose gold IP case with an earthy colored calfskin lash. All models highlight a particular and surprising octagonal 45x47mm case shape with remarkable dial medicines offering a multi-dimensional impact, gotten done with a bended sapphire precious stone and with water protection from 50M. To become familiar with the new Bulova Precisionist X assortment head to .

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Show Notes

  • Omega Speedmaster Silver Snoopy 50th Anniversary
  • Habring² x CronotempVs Endurance  
  • Grand Seiko SBGM229
  • Zenith A384 Revival Liberty
  • Oris Aquis Date Caliber 400
  • Seiko SPB153 “Captain Willard” Review
  • Baltic HMS and Bicompax Review
  • Nomos Ludwig Neomatik 39
  • Christopher Ward C65 “Wild Thing” Chronograph Review
  • Zach W’s wrist check: Derijke & Co. Amalfi
  • Ed’s wrist check: Dryden Pathfinder
  • Zach K’s wrist check: Omega Speedmaster Professional
  • Blake’s wrist check: Doxa Sub 300 Searambler