Welcome to The Worn & Wound Podcast. Today, we’re examining two bits of industry news on two closures of the range: on the one end, the uncover of the progressive oscillator inside the new Zenith Defy Lab, and on the other, the Apple Watch Series 3.
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The Zenith Defy Lab is big-Swiss horology at its finest–a genuinely progressive turn of events and one with significant ramifications for the fate of the business. It’s additionally very complex, and the best introduction on the advancement of the undertaking can be found in the video below by thewatches.tv.
The Apple Watch Series 3 makes a big and significant leap–it now has cell, which implies that it is not, at this point fastened to your telephone (which you can ostensibly leave at home). This progressions things for the Apple Watch, and we examine why.
For the Apple Watch Series 3 spec summary, click here .