On today’s scene of The Worn & Wound Podcast, we have two incredible consecutive meetings. In the principal half of the scene, we plunk down with Franz Linder, the CEO of Mido watches, in Mexico City to examine the 100-year history of the brand (you’ll never think about how Mido used to water seal their watches, yet you’ll discover how from Mr. Linder). In the second 50% of the scene, we converse with RT Custer of Vortic Watch Company in his second appearance on the web recording ( click here for his first trip ). This time around, we examine Vortic’s most recent energizing endeavor, the Railroad Edition project.
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RT wearing a Red Rocks model.
Zach wearing a Stowa X Worn & Wound Antea KS (presently sold out).
And Ilya wearing a MK II Gen 3 Paradive on a Sage ADPT tie.
Vintage Multifort Datometer.
’70s Ocean Star.
Vintage Commander alongside some cutting edge emphasess.
The new Railroad Edition with a processed titanium case.
The case with the bezel off. Note the two o-rings in the bezel.
The wonderfully embellished type obvious through the case back.
The setting switch on the Railroad Edition.
The Red Rocks restricted release with Vortic’s initially marked dial. The watch appeared here is an early model.