In this week’s scene of The worn&wound Podcast, Ilya and Zach are joined by long-time worn&wound patron Sean Lorentzen to examine his new outing with Oris, answer an audience question about sterile dials and dial text, and our general musings on the new IWC “Tribute to Mark XI” (spoiler: we love it).
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Sean – Seiko 6138-3009 “Jumbo”
Ilya – MK II Hawkinge No Date
Zach – Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra “Railmaster”
Some of Sean’s work on worn&wound:
To read Sean’s profile on Vilicich Watch and Clock, click here .
For Sean’s arrangement Watches and F1, click here .
If you at any point needed to find out about the originators behind the absolute most notorious watches ever, look at Sean’s The Art of Time arrangement highlighting greats like Taro Tanaka , Max Bill , and Dieter Rams .
Some of the watches referenced in this episode:
Oris Aquis Staghorn Restoration Limited Edition
Sinn 556 I
IWC Mark XVIII “Tribute to Mark XI”