HODINKEE Radio

In-Depth With Jack Forster (HODINKEE Editor-In-Chief)

Episode Summary

Our editor-in-chief talks about the winding road to becoming a watch journalist, his early days in New York City, and the pocket watch that changed his life.

Episode Notes

Our editor-in-chief talks about the winding road to becoming a watch journalist, his early days in New York City, and the pocket watch that changed his life.

Show Notes

(10:41) Bright Lights, Big City

(31:00) 1940s Omega Chronomètre Reference 2364 With Caliber 30T2RG

(31:40) Talking Watches With Roger Smith

(32:10) Hamilton 950E Railroad Pocket Watch

(33:30) The First “Freak” By Ulysse Nardin

(36:40) Talking Watches With Wei Koh

(1:04:07) HODINKEE Radio With Ini Archibong

(1:05:36) The Surprisingly Not Totally Boring Search For Who Invented The Spring Bar

(1:05:40) A Seventy-Five Dollar Watch That Looks Like A Million Bucks

(1:05:45) The Rolex Day-Date, In 36mm And 40mm, Compared