Radio Episode 90: Matt Hranek And Even More New Watches
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This week, we’re bringing back a HODINKEE Radio fan-top choice, Mr. Matt Hranek. Regardless of whether you’re an endorser of WM Brown magazine or you essentially follow him on Instagram , you’ll realize that Matt is regularly a globe-running, swarm getting a charge out of fellow who’s never in a similar spot for long. Clearly, that is not the case nowadays, but rather that doesn’t mean Matt’s not discovering approaches to make the most of his time grounded at his upstate New York ranch. We discussed how he’s been organizing his days around cooking for his family, what it resembles attempting to create a movement driven way of life magazine during a worldwide lockdown, and the comfort that can be found in old mechanical things. Matt additionally prepared quite a Negroni on mic (normally) and shared what it resembled for a vintage watch fellow to plan a cutting edge watch . It was a shoot finding an old companion who I haven’t had the chance to find in some time, and of course, Matt had bunches of intelligence to share.
Before that, however, I talk with Jack and Jon about the torrential slide of new watch discharges from this previous week. They simply continue to come in! We cover a great deal of ground, talking about the most recent threesome of pieces from Cartier’s fine watchmaking program, a couple of wild free deliveries, and another interpretation of a women’s watch from Breguet. Great stuff for what it’s worth. We likewise do a little no holds barred comparison of two all-dark watches that Jack and Jon expounded on this week, the Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Black Sandblast-Polished Ceramic and the Zenith Chronomaster Revival “Shadow.” Jack additionally gives us a little sneak look at a story he’ll be distributing soon, however you’ll need to tune in for more.
To finish the current week’s show, we have our own Cole Pennington discussing the watches he’s been wearing while at the same time telecommuting and what he’s found out about his watch assortment over these most recent couple of weeks. It’s a smart reflection on gathering all in all, and I realize you will adore it.
We trust you appreciate Episode 90 of HODINKEE Radio. Look at the show notes beneath, and let us understand your opinion in the comments.
There are sure watches that convey solid recollections with them. Matt originally saw the Heuer Pasadena when he was a child, on the wrist of one of his father’s companions. This companion was a Lancia-driving, jacket wearing, cool person who Matt looked up to, and this boss chronograph was consistently the watch on his wrist. A long time later, Matt procured an illustration, and whether he’s wearing it around the house cooking falafel or in the driver’s seat of a 911, it generally carries a grin to his face and helps him to remember where he came from.
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Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin With Diamond Indexes
Three Supercomplicated Cartier Watches From The Fine Watchmaking Collection
The Rotonde de Cartier Astrocalendaire
The De Bethune DB28XP
The Urwerk UR-100 In Yellow Gold
The Breguet Reine De Naples 8918 In Grand Feu Enamel
The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Black Sandblast-Polished Ceramic
The Zenith Chronomaster Revival ‘Shadow’
1970s Zenith Chronograph In PVD-Coated Steel
The Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Concept, The World’s Thinnest Mechanical Watch
WM Brown Project
William Brown, Issue No.4
Matt’s Heuer Pasadena
A Man And His Watch
The Serica W.W.W. William Brown Edition