Editor's Picks

Revolution Watch Podcast Ep. 17: Christmas Special

Editor's Picks

Revolution Watch Podcast Ep. 17: Christmas Special


It’s our Christmas Special Episode! We’ve made our list, we’ve checked it twice. We’ve told Santa what we want, both unattainable and nice. Our editors have chimed in and so have our friends; we’ve all picked one watch, else the list will never end.

On this episode, we’ve invited all our editors-in-chief plus two great friends of the magazine, Austen Chu (you’ll know him as @horoloupe on Instagram) and Tom Chng, who’s the founder of the Singapore Watch Club, to tell us which watch they have on their wish list this Christmas, and why they’ve picked it.

Tune in too, to see how our editors will be spending Christmas and ringing in the New Year. And with that, happy holidays dear listeners! Cheers to the end of 2019, the end of a decade, and a wonderful 2020 ahead of us.

Show Notes

(00:00) Introduction

(01:42) Stephanie Ip’s choice: Vacheron Constantin Overseas Perpetual Calendar Ultra-thin

(03:37) Kevin Cureau’s choice: AP Royal Oak Ref. 15500

(07:47) Darren Ho’s choice: Bell & Ross BR05 in full gold

(12:25) Horoloupe’s choice: Patek Philippe Ref. 5212A Calatrava Weekly Calendar

(15:01) Richard Holt’s choice: Seiko SLA033J1 Prospex

(20:30) Ross Povey’s choice: Tudor Black Bay Chrono Dark

(28:36) Tom Chng’s choice: AP Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Openworked in black ceramic

(31:28) Israel Ortega’s choice: Patek Philippe Ref. 5235R Calatrava Annual Calendar Regulator

(39:53) Taitan Chen’s choice: Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Tribute Moon

(44:08) Adam Craniotes’ choice: Grand Seiko SBGA413 ‘Shunbun’ Spring Drive

(01:02:25) Outro

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