Today, we’re joined by ICON-author Jonathan Ward, a notable name inside the car devotee community. Yet, Jonathan’s an admirer of watches as well, and he as of late uncovered his first-since forever watch under the ICON brand—The Duesey, a restricted version bounce hour roused by a Duesenberg speedometer. In Episode 27 of The Worn & Wound Podcast, we converse with Jonathan about his company and new watch, his plan interaction, annoyances (*cough* date wheel typography) and a ton substantially more. Jonathan carried with him a model of The Duesey. Fueling the watch is an ETA 2892 base with a Dubois-Depraz 14400 module. It estimates 42mm and highlights a titanium case (cleaned grade 5 titanium bezel and crown; sandblasted grade 2 titanium mid-case). Maybe the most dazzling component of the plan, nonetheless, is the dial made of certified cleaned onyx stone, which gives the dial a profundity not at all like any dark dial you have at any point seen. The Duesey is restricted to only 50 units. Hop down to the display toward the finish of this post for a superior glance at the watch, and visit ICON for the full overview on the specs. To keep steady over every new scene, you can buy in to The Worn & Wound Podcast — presently accessible on all significant stages including iTunes , Google Play , Stitcher , and the sky is the limit from there. You can likewise discover our RSS channel here . Also, on the off chance that you like what you hear don’t neglect to leave us an audit on iTunes . On the off chance that there’s an inquiry you need us to answer you can hit us up at [email protected] , and we’ll put your inquiry on the queue.
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Enjoy the show!
As consistently, we’ll kick things off with a wrist check.
Jonathan’s Minerva monopusher chronograph.
And the dazzling type inside.
Zach’s Omega Speedmaster Mk 4.5
Blake’s Brew x Worn & Wound HP-1 LE
Adam Wrigley’s 3D-Printed Triple-Axis Tourbillon
At the finish of the web recording, Zach referenced a truly cool 3D-printed tourbillon by Adam Wrigley, which we covered some time back (conciliatory sentiments for the memory pass, Adam). Look at our video underneath to the see the gadget in motion.