This is just my personal taste, but I’ve never found a watch blog (or podcast, for that matter) that can hold my interest. I read a lot, so it’s not the text part that bores me. It’s that I have a hard time caring without seeing a watch in a dynamic setting.
I’d probably read a blog before I listen to another watch podcast, though. Listening to a watch podcast is like watching someone play jazz with the volume turned all the way down. It makes no sense to me.
Camping and hiking gear****
**They’re called “records,” not “vinyls.” Stop calling records vinyls; I beg you.
***I’ve had a few.
****Ask me how many Osprey packs I have. The answer is four. I have four Osprey packs. Why the hell do I need four Osprey packs?
Skmei. I just don’t get why someone makes, and people buy, homages of watches that are already inexpensive by just about any metric.
If you know this band, you and I are now friends.
I just want to see a Union Jack-inspired field watch called The Trooper.
Up the irons! 🤘
How the hell did you make this post and leave out the most appropriate, nay the most necessary, pop culture reference possible?
I’m not mad; I’m just disappointed.