On this week’s scene of the Worn & Wound digital broadcast, we investigate the year that was in watches. For this finish of year scene, we’re joined by exceptional visitor Eric Wind, of Wind Vintage. Eric is a vintage watch master, who prior to striking out all alone with Wind Vintage filled in as a Vice President at Christie’s, where he regulated numerous significant watch deals and built up an ability that is exceptionally pursued in the community. You may be comfortable with Eric’s work with Hodinkee previously, and he’s additionally been included in the New York Times, GQ, The Robb Report, and numerous different distributions. We’re excited that he went along with us for a visit about a portion of our aggregate 2020 top choices, and furthermore to examine a portion of the key watch drifts that we noticed for the current year.
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- Wind Vintage
- Grand Seiko’s 9SA5 development
- Serica 4512
- Zenith A384 Revival Liberty
- TAG Heuer’s new Carrera
- TAG Heuer Carrera Sport Chronograph 160 Years Special Edition
- The Rolex Daytona 6263 “Paul Newman” “RCO”
- Zelos Mirage
- Oak & Oscar
- Eric’s wrist check: Universal Geneve Compax retailed by Hermes
- Zach W’s wrist check: Worn & Wound x Christopher Ward C65 Sandstorm
- Zach K’s wrist check: Omega Speedmaster Professional
- Blake’s wrist check: Rolex Submariner reference 1680