Nowadays, it’s easy to forget that half the fun when it comes to collecting watches is getting together with other collectors and enthusiasts and, well, talking watches. Today, we discuss community building in the digital age with OT—a bay area collector who is all about getting together with like-minded people and geeking out about watches.
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Ilya’s wristcheck – Stowa Antea KS
OT’s wristcheck – Oak & Oscar Jackson
Zach’s wristcheck – Sinn 556 I
Omega Speedmaster Reduced
Worn & Wound’s Guide to Watches 40mm and Under (Part 1)
Worn & Wound’s Guide to Watches 40mm and Under (Part 2)
Rolex Explorer 39mm ref. 214270
Seiko “Mini Turtle”
Complications—GMT and World Time
Tudor Black Bay GMT
Stowa Flieger Klassik Sport Review
Tudor Black Bay 58
Five Years Out With the Sinn 756
Seiko SKX007 Review
Wind Up Watch Fair
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