Radio Episode 72: 2019 Year In Review
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It has been a really enormous year here at HODINKEE, and in the watch world on the loose. The year commenced in high stuff with SIHH and Baselworld and never truly lost any steam. Since this is the last scene of HODINKEE Radio for 2019 (and this decade), I needed to attempt to fold my cerebrum over what 2019 methods long haul for watches. What, 10 years from now, may we recall from this year. To begin, Cole, James, Jon, and I chose to play somewhat game. Dim recorded a couple of inquiries on pieces of paper, stuck them in a bowl, and diverted on the mics – from that point, we alternated asking each other for bits of knowledge and investigation into the previous year. A few inquiries are close to home, some are more broad, yet we wound up artwork a very decent picture of the last 12 months.
After that, I had the option to maneuver Ben and Joe into the studio for some extra 10,000 foot view examination. Joe offered an outline of the monetary condition of the watch business and how it’s been affected by worldwide occasions, Ben assessed the condition of the sale world and the market for the most famous watches, and we as a whole discussed what we desire to find in the coming decade. I will not ruin it to an extreme, yet the discussion is a balance of savvy and fun.
I additionally need to say an exceptional “thank you” to each and every individual who tuned in and tuned in to the show this year. It’s been an insane ride from 2019’s first scene ( this visit with Max Büsser ) directly through to this scene. Each comment, each DM, each eye to eye discussion implies a ton, so if it’s not too much trouble, keep the criticism coming. Dark and I are overly eager to make considerably more amazing scenes in 2020 and we’re now arranging a couple of exceptionally extraordinary things for you as well. We’ll be taking next Monday, January 6, off, however we’ll be back on January 13 with the primary scene of 2020.
Enjoy this year in audit and we’ll see you next year!
James And The 720S Spider
SJP At The Louvre
Cole’s 1985 Targa
The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT Automatic
The Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers ‘La Musique Du Temps’ Collection (And Other New Pieces From Les Cabinotiers)
The Zodiac Aerospace GMT Limited Edition
The Solid Gold Doxa Sub 200 T. Diagram Limited Edition
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak ‘Gigantic’ Extra-Thin With Salmon Dial
The Rolex GMT-Master II Ref. 126710 BLNR, An Updated ‘Batman’ With Jubilee Bracelet & Caliber 3285
The Grand Seiko SBGK005
The Tudor Black Bay GMT
The IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Spitfire
IWC Pilot’s Watch Mark XVIII Edition HODINKEE
Hong Kong Crisis Batters Swiss Watch Exports
U.S. Smartwatch Sales Are Soaring
An Eight-Year-Old Dreams Of A Rolex ‘Sprite’ GMT
The Watch That Came In From The Cold
The Long Return
The Pilot’s Journey