On this week's episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast, Ilya and Allen talk about Allen's second SCUBA trip, this time exploring the beautiful waters off Bermuda. For this adventure, Allen had with him two sea-ready icons: the Doxa SUB300 Sharkhunter and Seiko SKX007. If you've ever considered SCUBA diving but have yet to take the plunge, today's episode will give you just the kick you need.
This week’s episode of the Worn & Wound podcast is brought to you by Oris and their Big Crown Pointer Date 80th Anniversary Edition. Since 1904, Oris has been a leading independent Swiss watchmaker, focused exclusively on producing mechanical timepieces that offer a significant value. Oris released their first Big Crown Pilot Watch in 1938 with the aim to create a beautiful, high-quality, reasonably priced timepiece that would be reliable and easy to use.
Oris released their first Big Crown Pilot Watch in 1938 with the aim of creating a beautiful, high-quality, and reasonably priced timepiece that would be reliable and easy to use. Oris continues this tradition with the Big Crown Pointer Date 80th Anniversary Edition. The watch features a bronze case that will patinate naturally as it oxidizes so that each watch will take on a unique finish over time. The deep green of the dial also has a natural feel, complementing the bronze case.
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Allen’s wrist check – Scubapro Meridian Wristwatch Dive Computer
Ilya’s wrist check – Grand Seiko Ref. SBGX061 with a 9F movement
Allen’s Mares depth/pressure gauge
Seiko SKX007 Review
Review: Doxa’S SUB 300 Sharkhunter Above and Below the Atlantic
100 Signs That You’ve Become a Watch-Head
Review: Doxa SUB 1200T Professional
Pelinaion dive site
Cathedral dive site