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Explore the Watch World Underworld With HourTime

Nicholas’s shiny new Casioask. Photo credit: Nicholas De Leon/WristWatchReview.com

Big news from the dark corners of the watch industry lead us off this week on the latest episode of The HourTime Show, which is available now wherever you get your podcasts.

John Biggs was busy this week, so it’s left to Victor Marks and Nicholas De Leon (ie, me) to discuss the big “replica” watch factory raid that has reverberated around the watch world over the past few days. Your pals also discuss some of the most interesting watches they’ve seen in a while, including the Moser Endeavour repeater and the Undone Arabian Nights. And shortly after this episode was recorded I received my Grey Casioak (more pics are on our Instagram). Expect a review in the next couple of days.

Questions, comments, concerns? Feel free to reach out via email at [email protected], or contact us individually on Twitter: John is @johnbiggs, Victor is @vmarks, and I’m @nicholasadeleon.

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