Episode Summary

On this week's episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast, Ilya chats with Jarett Harkness of Unwind In Time, a shop that specializes first and foremost in Hamilton Electric watches.

Episode Notes

On this week's episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast, Ilya chats with Jarett Harkness of Unwind In Time, a shop that specializes first and foremost in Hamilton Electric watches. Vintage is undeniably hot right now, but most enthusiast focus is given to vintage mechanical watches. The watches that interest Jarett, however, are of a different sort, and this all began when he fixed a non-running Hamilton Electric Pacer. Jarett tells us how he came about loving watches, why he's specifically drawn to Electric watches, and how his one-time hobby and now full-time business really goes beyond just the watches themselves.

This week’s episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast is brought to you by Grand Seiko and Timeless Luxury Watches. Grand Seiko and Timeless have partnered to create the SBGE249 Spring Drive GMT limited edition timepiece, a watch inspired by a blizzard in Shirojiri, Japan where the Grand Seiko Shinshu Studio is located. The dial features a delicate texture and it’s accented with Grand Seiko’s perfectly sculpted hour markers, razor-sharp hands, and blue highlights on the text and hands. The dial sits beneath a dual-curved sapphire crystal, and it’s all housed inside a 41mm, Zaratsu-polished stainless steel case. The watch is powered by Grand Seiko’s Spring Drive caliber, which features a gliding seconds hand, accuracy of plus or minus 10 seconds per month, and 72 hours of power reserve. Visible through a sapphire case back, the Spring Drive movement is a hallmark of Grand Seiko’s watchmaking heritage. Just 250 of the Timeless Luxury SBGE249 limited edition watches will be produced. To learn more and purchase one today, visit Timeless Luxury Watches.

Show Notes

Unwind In Time

Unwind In Time Instagram

Ilya's wrist check - Junghans Max Bill Anniversary

Jarett's wrist check - Hamilton Electric Vega

NAWCC

Richard Arbib

The Watch of the Future by Rene Rondeau

About the Show

The Worn & Wound Podcast is a semi-weekly discussion of watches. We cover the latest news and reviews on wornandwound.com, bring you our first-hand account of watch events from around the world, and sit down with our friends and colleagues from the watch industry to get their take on the latest in watches.