Time To Unwind Podcast #28 - Behind The Scenes Of The Geckota S-01 Phalanx

Time To Unwind Podcast #28 - Behind The Scenes Of The Geckota S-01 Phalanx

Anthony Peacock

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In this episode, we’re talking about our brand-new watch: the Sierra Zero One Phalanx. We’re delighted with it and even happier to introduce you to a man who was absolutely instrumental in its creation: Richard Brown. Richard worked for many years with Special Forces units globally, and we’d love to tell you exactly what he did – but then we’d have to kill you, which isn’t exactly going to boost our audience figures. Instead, Richard talks about what the Phalanx was inspired by and how it was created, throughout a process that took nearly two years. It's a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes that tells the full story of how an exciting new watch came into being, from concept to reality. Let us know what you think…

Sit back and enjoy!

Show Notes:

Introducing the Phalanx
The story behind the Phalanx
Phalanx goes to Russia
Rolex Military Submariner
James Bond strap
Phalanx video with Richard Brown
Creating the Phalanx
What is a Phalanx?
A-11 military watch
Dirty Dozen watches
The story of an incredible Eterna
Waltham A-17 military watch
More articles from Richard Brown

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Anthony Peacock

About the Author: Anthony Peacock

About the Author: Anthony Peacock

I’m passionate about a lot of things but especially cars, food, wine, film – and watches. As a writer and PR consultant, I’m lucky enough to travel the world and find inspiration from all sorts of amazing places. Sometimes I’m on my own and sometimes with others, but my timepiece is my constant companion.

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