This week on the Worn & Wound digital broadcast, Zach Weiss, Blake Buettner, and Zach Kazan talk about something that’s been on the entirety of our brains after a huge number of late deliveries: are largely watches beginning to resemble the other the same? Is it a mishap? Furthermore, is it even something awful for new deliveries to look like something from an earlier time (or, on account of a portion of the watches we talk about, the present). It’s a shockingly prickly issue, with a ton of firmly held suppositions (scarcely any words set off a discussion in the watch world very like “homage”). In this discussion, we address what brands desire to accomplish when they get plan components from mainstream watches, the various ways those watches are gotten, and if any single watch can make a case for possessing that glossy dark earthenware bezel.
What do you think? Could a dark dialed chronograph at any point be completely unique? Can an old brand be restored really? Tell us your musings in the comments beneath, or label us on Instagram.
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