The Worn & Wound Podcast is a 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.
Ep. 169: Christopher Nolan's Tenet
This week on the podcast, the editorial team gets inverted to talk about Tenet, the latest action epic from Christopher Nolan, a filmmaker who is uniquely obsessed with time.
Ep. 168: Our Hopes for 2021, and Breaking Down the New Omega Speedmaster
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we take a look ahead to 2021.
Ep. 167: Kyle Snarr of Cantonment and Bill Yao from MK II Talk Everyday Carry and their New Collaboration
This week on the Worn & Wound podcast we’ve got two special guests who are likely very familiar to longtime Worn & Round readers: Kyle Snarr of Cantonment and Bill Yao of MK II Watches
Ep. 166: 2020 in Review, with Special Guest Eric Wind
On this week’s episode of the Worn & Wound podcast, we take a look back at the year that was in watches.
Ep. 165: December Q&A
You’ve got questions – we’ve got answers. This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, the team answers questions from listeners on a wide range of topics.
Ep. 164: A Conversation with Mike Maher, CEO of Taylor Stitch
Today on the Worn & Wound podcast, Blake Buettner and Zach Weiss chat with Mike Maher, CEO and Co-Founder of Taylor Stitch.
Customer ReviewsSee All
The podcast and website have both been a lot better lately!!
I really liked the content of the shows, but it could be better if they had links to different watches mentioned in the show. It really helps when the links are organized by time mentioned in the show and helps a listener follow the discussion.
Good content, inaudible hosts
I have been listening to the Worn & Wound podcast for a long time and have enjoyed their content. The reviews and topics are often salient and entertaining for watch enthusiasts and they frequently have good guests. Unfortunately the sound mixing is terrible, with the hosts being extremely quiet while guests speak at normal expected volume. Since Blake Buettner became the host, this has gotten more noticeable and distracting as his vocal fry and volume drops render him inaudible. Zach Weiss is also similarly soft spoken but still audible, while Zach Kazan is the only one who remains audible through the whole podcast. The gain really needs to be turned up on their microphones and Blake needs to try to speak up and maintain louder volumes instead of swallowing his words. This is maddening and detracts from an otherwise solid podcast.