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Podcast: The HourTime Show Welcomes 2022!

Nicholas’s G-Shock near Carolina, Puerto Rico

It’s Monday morning, you know what that means: Yet another exciting edition of The HourTime Show, the official podcast of WristWatchReview.com. Happy New Year!

This week your pals tackle some really tough topics including whether or not more people are “aware” of watches then they were, say, 15 years, and what the knock-on effects of that might be. Would the average B-List celebrity be walking around Los Angeles in 2005 with a replica Rolex if it weren’t for social media hype?

We then move onto some in-house business, including our recent reviews of some Cronos and Shinola pieces.

Rounding out the episode, we design live on the air a new version of the infamous Cholex, this time a Puerto Rico-inspired version featuring the coqui tree frog that’s native to the island. Neat!

All in all, this is a very on-brand first episode of 2022.

Of course, we’d like to thank Andrew Haworth for producing this week’s episode.

Keep it locked to WristWatchReview.com and @wristwatchreview on Instagram for more fun watch content.

Thank you for listening, and have a great week!

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