24 episodes

The HourTime Show is a weekly podcast for watch geeks, by watch geeks hosted by John Biggs, Victor Marks, and Nicholas De Leon of WristWatchReview.com. Questions, comments, or other feedback? Reach out via email at tips@wristwatchreview.com or @wristwatchreview on Instagram. Thanks!

The HourTime Show WristWatchReview

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    • 3.6 • 9 Ratings

The HourTime Show is a weekly podcast for watch geeks, by watch geeks hosted by John Biggs, Victor Marks, and Nicholas De Leon of WristWatchReview.com. Questions, comments, or other feedback? Reach out via email at tips@wristwatchreview.com or @wristwatchreview on Instagram. Thanks!

    Don't Forget to Wind Your Watch

    Don't Forget to Wind Your Watch

    Hello and welcome to another exciting episode of The HourTime Show, the official podcast of WristWatchReview.com. 

    Victor and Nicholas are your hosts this week and kick things off by discussing watches matching clothes, our favorite type of chrono types (panda or reverse panda), and watch brands cooperating with each other a la the prisoner's dilemma. We then move onto the topic of watch sizing and what's "optimal" and where the idea of "bigger [watches] is better" comes from. TVs, pick-up trucks, smartphones... everything is huge! Anyway, feel free to email us at tips@wristwatchreview.com with your idea of the perfect watch size. 

    We also touch on the idea of having a carefully curated watch collection. So, instead of having 100 different so-so watches, you save up and have, say, 2 or 3 really nice ones, which is Nicholas' ultimate goal once he gets a Grand Seiko Snowflake.

    That about does it for this week! We'd like to once again thank Andrew Haworth for producing this week's episode.

    To reach us, feel free to send an email or DM on Instagram at @wristwatchreview. And of course, keep it locked to wristwatchreview.com for more fun watch content. Have a great week!

    • 25 min
    So *That's* Where the Oris Bear Comes From!

    So *That's* Where the Oris Bear Comes From!

    Welcome back to The HourTime Show, the flagship podcast of WristWatchReview.com! Victor and Nicholas (who apologizes for his echo-y audio; he was not as his usual recording location this week) are your hosts this week discussing all manner of things including a recent trip to a Manhattan luxury watch retailer to try on the Doxa Sub 300T; a little bit of history about Doxa and the James Bond novels (which you can buy for cheap on Amazon!); a simmering feud between former Doxa Sub GM Rick Marei, now of Synchron, and Doxa itself; and the challenge of modernizing old watches (and cars, in a brief tangent) for today's consumers. 

    And in a follow up to last week, Victor has the full details on the Oris Bear, where it comes from and what the connection is to Oris. Very neat!

    We also briefly discuss a couple of new Seiko Astrons that we spotted on an Italian message board.

    Once again thank you to Andrew Haworth for producing this week's episode and salvaging Nicholas's crummy audio.

    Please be sure to visit WristWatchReview.com and @WristWatchReview on Instagram for more fun watch content. And feel free to email us at tips@wristwatchreview.com or DM us on Instagram with your feedback. Thank you for listening, and have a great week!

    • 28 min
    Why Do Bad Watch Things Happen to Good Watch People?

    Why Do Bad Watch Things Happen to Good Watch People?

    Welcome to yet another exciting edition of The HourTime Show, the official podcast of WristWatchReview.com! 

    All three of your pals John, Victor, and Nicholas are here this week, and John immediately makes his presence known by taking issue with a chrono made by Aragon Watch. This then leads to a larger discussion about general watch lameness, including wobbly crowns, ghost date movements, and private WhatsApp groups where the nouveau riche flaunt their latest pickup. Must be nice. 

    Victor shifts the discussion to Amant, whose recent Kickstarter campaign caught his eye, and a watch that he himself designed. Nicholas then interrupts to bring up the Tudor Black Bay 58 925 Silver, which everyone on the pod liked a lot when it was announced a few months ago, but that, at least according to one YouTuber, is already tarnishing! What the heck! 

    Lastly, we take a few moments to discuss which brands are in and which brands are out, including but not limited to Tudor and Oris. To paraphrase Jerry Seinfeld, what's the deeeeeal with the Oris Bear, and why does he have his own Instagram account? 

    Once again thank you to Andrew Haworth for producing this week's episode, and thank you for listening. 

    Please feel free to send feedback to tips@wristwatchreview.com, and keep it locked to WristWatchReview.com and @wristwatchreview on Instagram for more fun watch content. Have a great week!

    • 31 min
    This Podcast's For You

    This Podcast's For You

    Welcome back to another exciting edition of The HourTime Show, the official podcast of WristWatchReview.com! It's just Victor and Nicholas this week, but don't worry: we actually talk about watches. 

    Before we get into the actual show notes, for next week we'd love to hear your top picks for best watches at $300 and $500, based on what you know now in your watch collecting journey. Please email us at tips@wristwatchreview.com with your choices (we won't use your real name on air, unless you want us to). Thank you!

    Back to this here episode, like many podcasts your humble hosts usually banter a bit before actually hitting the record button, and one of the topics in this week's Banter Session actually made it to the air, and that's the idea of watch companies turning some of their most popular models (think the Seiko Willard, the Tudor Black Bay, the Timex Q Reissue) into "platforms." These are watches that serve as a base for a million other watches that come later. The recently announced Seiko SPB237, which Nicholas loves but will retail for $1200 when it's released in June, is but one example: it's a Willard with a slightly fancier textured dial. This also prompts a discussion of whether or not Seiko has succeeded in its quest to move upmarket with its prices. Also in this week's episode: brief discussions on that Budweiser-branded G-Shock and some Dan Henry chronos. 

    Thanks again to Andrew Haworth for producing this week's episode. 

    Please be sure to visit WristWatchReview.com and @WristWatchReview on Instagram for more fun watch content. And be sure to visit anchor.fm/the-hourtime-show (or your podcast app of choice) for all past episodes. There's a bunch!

    Have a great week!

    • 27 min
    Le Podcast Du Chill

    Le Podcast Du Chill

    Welcome back to The HourTime Show, the official podcast of WristWatchReview.com! Apologies for missing last week, but the stars aligned and we were all busy at our usual recording time. But this week we bring the goods, including what we're pretty sure is the first semi-professional review of the new Seiko Land Tortoise, which Nicholas purchased seconds after seeing the press photos on Instagram about a month ago; he's been wearing it all week. Do we allow it? There's only one way to find out! We then move onto discussing Casio's new Hidden Coast series of G-Shocks, which we're all pretty into, and Maen's new GMT. Our last topic? What type of watch should you wear to the pool this summer—what's seaworthy? Now, the "correct" answer is the Sub, obviously, but what if you don't want to risk damaging it? You get this discussion, that's what! Once again, thank you to Andrew Haworth for producing this week's episode—we sound great because of Andrew! Please be sure to visit WristWatchReview.com and @WristWatchReview on Instagram for more fun watch content. Have a great week!

    • 23 min
    Watches in Spaaaaace

    Watches in Spaaaaace

    Hello and welcome to The HourTime Show, the official podcast of WristWatchReview.com! John, the patriarch of the program, is unfortunately out sick this week so that leaves it to Victor and Nicholas to steer the pod. We've got a fun one for you this week as Victor and Nicholas go deep on the watches they've been wearing over the past few days, including Nicholas's Citizen Chandler field watch slash pseudo-chrono and Victor's 36mm Explorer I. Why does Citizen produce ::checks notes:: 8 million Chandlers? The world may never know. We also touch on a handful of other subjects including Watch Spotting the black dial Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical in the Sonic the Hedgehog movie, setting your Japanese Domestic Model radio-controlled watch (like Nicholas' Citizen Independent model), and watches other than the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch that have gone to spaaaaace. Once again thank you to Andrew Haworth for producing this week's episode: if we sound good it's all down to Andrew! Feel free to email us at tips@wristwatchreview.com if you have any feedback, and be sure to keep it locked to WristWatchReview.com and @WristWatchReview for more fun watch content. Have a great week!

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

drwindsurf ,

I am happy you wback

This is one of my favourite watch podcasts. I missed listening to you every week.

sayguh ,

Happy this exists

A watch podcast is hard to find. I’m thankful for this and the hosts do a great job.

Janko.bajagic ,

Lost its magic

I've finished binge listening to this and since Ariel left it's done downhill...quickly. You can tell that they don't have any topics left to talk about so have just resulted to regurgitated interviews. Loved the show before and it's unfortunate because there just isn't anything out there like this.

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