108 episodes

The Worn & Wound Podcast is a semi-weekly discussion of watches. We cover the latest news and reviews on wornandwound.com, bring you our first-hand account of watch events from around the world, and sit down with our friends and colleagues from the watch industry to get their take on the latest in watches.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 140 Ratings

The Worn & Wound Podcast is a semi-weekly discussion of watches. We cover the latest news and reviews on wornandwound.com, bring you our first-hand account of watch events from around the world, and sit down with our friends and colleagues from the watch industry to get their take on the latest in watches.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
140 Ratings

140 Ratings

Kongmw ,

down to earth

these guys are more relatable and less stuffy than hodinkee. don’t get me wrong i love hodinkee but w&w just seems like a cooler bunch of folks that don’t take themselves and the hobby of watch collecting too seriously, in the best way possible.

KingCharlesXVI ,

🤙🤙🤙

I would’ve given 5 Stars on this, but voice (tone, cadence, delivery) is such an integral part of podcasting. It might sound simple but there’s nothing to see, smell, taste or feel so sound is 100% of what podcasts rely on. Like the saying goes, ‘they have a face for radio’, a similar phrase for radio should be- ‘they have a voice for newspaper’.

I really do love the interviews had with guests. They might not be pulling in big names like the showy Hodinkee Radio or as adventurous/ruff hewn as TGN, but W&W finds super interesting people in the industry and goes to work.

Reason for a 4 Star review and not 5 Stars: I was excited to hear a woman’s voice as a breathe of fresh air on a couple episodes ago, but that was a one time deal. Shame, she brought an interesting perspective from a massively underrepresented faction of the watch market. So we have yet another podcast with two white dudes. Full transparency- I am straight, white male, but I find lack of diversity to be a major roadblock in the enthusiast watch space moving forward and existing years for come.

Reason for a 3 Star Review and not 4 Stars: I don’t mean any disrespect and this doesn’t come from a place of negativity or malice, it is truly my opinion from having listened to thousands of podcasts- Zach’s voice is a dud. There’s zero passion, but lacking any sort of dry sense of wit to be considered cagey. His articles and photographs are fantastic. Seriously, there’s a real gift there. But when placed next to Ilya, who’s love for watches comes through crystal clear, it just sounds like Zach is forced to be there. A voice is all we get in our headphones, and the dread is overpowering during the whole experience.

I will keep on listening, because the topics are very interesting and I can tell a lot of hard work is put into making this program. This is just a review.

wagz5427 ,

Fantastic

I really enjoy this pod cast. The people are relatable and when you don’t have a lot of money to drop on watches these guys talk about tangible pieces that I can get excited about. They seem to give honest opinions and are a great listen

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