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May The HourTime Show Be With You

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May is Star Wars month, and you know what that means: hot watch talk on The HourTime Show!

This week your pals John (wrist check: Bell & Ross BR 01-93 GMT), Victor (wrist check: Coke Bezel GMT Master), and Nicholas (wrist check: Fossil Starmaster Reissue) discuss all manner of important things including tweaking your collection after losing a bunch of weight (congrats to John by the way–I’m sure he reads this haha) and the differences between Star Wars and Star Trek.

Why Star Wars?

Well, Citizen’s new Star Wars Rebel Pilot is actually pretty cool, which led to an extended discussion of the two universes and Citizen in general. We’re big fans of Citizen, it turns out! There’s also an extended discussion of Christopher Ward, brought about by its new C63 Sealander. We’re sorta lukewarm on this one it seems.

In any event, thank you for listening and thank you again to Andrew Haworth for producing this week’s episode. Don’t forget to keep it locked to wristwatchreview.com and @wristwatchreview on Instagram for more fun watch content. Have a great week!

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