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HODINKEE Radio Episode 93: Summer Watch Fantasy Draft 2020

Radio Episode 93: Summer Watch Fantasy Draft 2020

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After fourteen days off, we’re once again at it! And I guarantee your understanding will be compensated. We’re back with the most recent HODINKEE Radio Fantasy Draft, and this time it’s about summer watches. In case you’re in any way similar to me, your watch closet winds up being somewhat occasional, with dressier pieces on cowhide ties getting more wrist time when it’s sweater climate and those chunkier watches on NATOs seeing more sun when the mercury rises. I had the option to get Cara, James, and Jon into the virtual studio with the mission of every one of us arising with our optimal summer watch collection.

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We chose to structure this draft somewhat better. We made a pre-affirmed rundown of watches, with the pieces partitioned into five “value” classes, in light of their genuine, true costs. These are $5 watches ($10,000+), $4 ($5,000-10,000), $3 ($1,000-5,000), $2 ($500-1,000), $1 (>$500). Every gatherer has $15 to spend and should wind up with five complete watches. How every individual decides to go through their cash however is absolutely up to them. We chose to put a couple of limitations on what qualifies as a “late spring watch,” though:

  • The watches must be at any rate 100m water safe. These are summer watches – on the off chance that you get pushed in a pool or need to bring an offhand run into the sea, you can’t be stressed over your watch.
  • No calfskin ties. The watch should be sold on a nylon or other non-calfskin tie, or, stunningly better, on a wristband. We needn’t bother with any damp with sweat, stinky wrists up in here.
  • You need to really have the option to purchase this watch. That implies no Rolex Daytona, no Audemars Piguet Royal Oak “Enormous,” and no ref. 5711 Nautilus. In the event that you can’t get it, you can’t draft it.

As common, every assortment wound up lovely consummately typifying the authority who drafted it. Some are a smidgen more work of art, nearly somewhat more diverse. Some are splendid and beautiful, some more calm and serene. The main thing however is that you will decide on the triumphant assortment. You have until July 1 to cast a ballot in the survey beneath (and we’ve incorporated a recap of every assortment for great measure). May the best assortment win!

We trust you appreciate Episode 93 of HODINKEE Radio. Look at the show notes underneath, let us understand your opinion in the comments, and make certain to decide in favor of your most loved collection!

The Collections

In case you need an update subsequent to tuning in to the scene, here’s an overview of the drafted collections:

Cara

Rolex Submariner Ref. 114060

Patek Philippe Nautilus Ref. 7118A

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf

  • Freestyle Shark

Apple Watch Series 5

James

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver

Omega Seamaster PloProf

Doxa Sub 300T Searambler

  • Garmin Fenix 6S Pro

Halios Fairwind

Jon

Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Satin-Polished Steel

Tudor Pelagos

Seiko Prospex “Alpinist”

  • Panerai Submersible 42mm

G-Shock DW5600

Stephen

IWC Pilot’s Watch Spitfire Automatic

Cartier Santos 

Grand Seiko SBGA413

  • Doxa Sub 200

Unimatic Modello Uno

Pick The Winner!

Show Notes

13:40
The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT Automatic

13:50
The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Blasted Gold

23:30
The Patek Philippe Ladies’ Nautilus Ref. 7118

33:30
Three Alpinist-Inspired Seiko Prospex Watches

36:52
The Doxa SUB 300T Divingstar ‘Poseidon Edition’

38:30
The Panerai Luminor Due 38

40:06
Luminor Marina Oro Rosso

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