Welcome y’all to another episode of the Tenn & Two Podcast! It seems like it’s been a while since just the two of us have hopped on an episode and discussed life and watches, so that’s what we are doing today. What began as a no notes or outline “we’ll figure it out” turned into quite the discussion about some of the things that plague us as watch collectors. For Katlen, she’s been struggling quite a bit lately with her new Seamaster 50th Anniversary Diver that she picked up a few weeks ago. That one realization turns into quite the chat about how and why we both collect. Somewhere along the way, we get into a conversation on flipping watches and why in the world there aren’t more GMT’s! (we told you, there was no plan so the tangents were long)
Today we are also discussing a few of the pieces that we have been hands on with in recent months that made quite an impact on the two of us. First up, while not exactly a watch, we want to take a moment and congratulate the team at Watchonista for the successful launch of the very first volume of their magazine. Next up, our thoughts on the recently released Hamilton Khahi Field Mechanical Bronze and the new Oris Aquis Upcycle. Thanks as always for tuning into the podcast! Check out the links below to a few of our specific discussions and we’ll be talking again soon.
Today’s episode of the podcast is supported by Fears Watch Company and their newest timepiece, the Fears Archical 1930. Proving once again that Fears is a brand for everyone and with universal appeal, Fears has taken a timepiece from their archive and given it a modern interpretation while usinig new-old stock movements.The biggest standout of course is the elusive rectangular case shape used so rarely in the watch industry today. By using the same proportions as its original 1930 counterpart with just a slightly larger size, this new archival timepiece is perfect for those looking for a fashionable yet traditional timepiece that celebrates watchmaking and inclusivity. Perfect for any wrist or event, the modern Archival 1930 features an incredible champagne colored dial with an 18ct border and numerals that perfectly tie in the Art Deco aesthetic of this timepiece.
Head over to www.fearswatches.com to explore these unique timepieces and the rest of the Fears collection.Follow Us: