Time To Unwind Podcast #15 - Which Watch Do You Regret Selling (Or Not Buying)?

Time To Unwind Podcast #15 - Which Watch Do You Regret Selling (Or Not Buying)?

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Tim Vaux




Tim Vaux




The ones that got away...

The most exciting news from this week is that we have a brand new home! At Time to Unwind HQ, we’ve set up a recording studio with all the latest kit – ensuring that we now have all the gear and no idea. When it comes to recording at least: hopefully we know a bit more about watches. This week, we’re talking about the ‘one that got away’: watches that we either sold and regretted or never bought and should have done. And for good measure, we throw in a couple of cars as well. To quote the poet T.S. Eliot: “Footfalls echo in the memory/Down the passage we did not take/Towards the door we never opened.” It’s going to be emotional.

Sit back and enjoy!

Show Notes:

Oris Chronoris

Eterna watches

‘JPS’ Daytona record auction

Chopard 1000 Miglia

Favre Leuba orange and yellow dial

Sinn U50

Squale 1521

Full set of Dirty Dozen watches for auction

Heuer Regatta

Heuer Monza

Rolex Datejust

Geckota Tourbillon

Rolex Daytona white dial

Tudor Date+Day

Squale black dial black bezel

Tudor Ranger on Chrono24

Heuer Montreal

Panerai Luminor

Porsche 993

Lamborghini Countach HR Owen

Porsche 924 buyer’s guide

Rolex Oyster perpetual

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Tim Vaux

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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