Time To Unwind #19 - Summer Holiday Watches

Time To Unwind #19 - Summer Holiday Watches

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Tim Vaux




Tim Vaux




We’re all going on a summer holiday!

Actually, that’s not true. Nobody’s going on a summer holiday apart from Tim, who has just come back from Cornwall. The rest of us have been stuck at work – but it’s still the perfect excuse to talk about holiday watches, inspired by Tim’s exciting tales of Cornish smuggling and surfing (OK, mostly pubs and restaurants).

So which watch would you take away – and where to? Listen away to find out – as well as all the usual nonsense about what we’ve been up to this week and what’s caught our eye.

Show Notes:

Have a heart

The Repair Shop

Citizen Super Titanium Armor

Longines Heritage Military Marine Nationale

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chronograph Limited Edition in 18K White Gold

IWC Portugieser, missing in action

Seiko SKX007: the ultimate holiday watch?

Tim’s summer holidays with his U50 (a must-read!)

Orange swatch, good for dangerous places

Breitling Superocean, a subtle (ish) Breitling that can go anywhere

Hamilton Pilot Pioneer mechanical, the perfect traveller

Geckota W-02 Military, another great travelling companion

Tudor Black Bay 58, perfect all-rounder for every occasion

Lange 1 Tourbillon

FP Journe Chronometre Bleu, the king of blue watches

Mike Horn Panerai

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About the Author: Tim Vaux

I don't think I can remember a time in my life when watches weren't in my life. I've been writing about watches online for a handful of years now, enjoying every moment of it. I'm passionate about experiencing the world of watches and translating those experiences via articles and images for the wider audience to consume.

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