58 minutes | Dec 2nd 2020

Ep. 162: November Recap - The Virtual Windup Watch Fair, New Releases from Sinn, and Oris Goes In-House with the Caliber 400

As we rapidly approach the end of 2020, the Worn & Wound team sits down to review the month of November. It was a busy month, dominated by the Virtual Windup Watch Fair, and a whole bunch of new releases, including a few retro inspired GMTs from some of our favorite indie brands, a slew of new stuff from Sinn, and a whole lot more. Blake Buetttner, Zach Weiss, and Zach Kazan take you through all of it in this week’s episode. 

Be sure to check out the show notes below for details on the watches discussed in this episode, and don’t forget to visit the dedicated Virtual Windup Watch Fair site to catch up on any of the video interviews or new releases you may have missed. 

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