Podcast – Watches Roundup for Feb 16, 2023

In the 225th episode of 40 and 20, The Watch Clicker Podcast, we discuss some of the things going on in the watch world that have caught out eye in the last few weeks.

Watch Spotting at the Super Bowl

Bulova Lunar Pilot

Hamilton Jazzmaster Face-2-Face III

Accutron Astronaut GMT Automatic

King Seiko SPB365 and 39mm models

Ball Engineer Master II Diver new colors

Citizen Promaster with a full lume dial

Other Things:

Andrew: The Office – Superfan Episodes

Everett: Fuji X-E3


This Episode’s Sponsors:

Escapement Media: https://escapementmedia.com

Foster Watch Co: https://fosterwatches.com

Frank Affronti Photography: https://www.affrontography.com


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Intro/Outro Music: Bummin on Tremelo, by Kevin MacLeod (incompetch.com)
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Comments 1
  1. Have you guys tried https://allwatchnews.com/ for watch news aggregation yet? Maybe that will help.
    I love that Seiko came out with the King Seiko in 39mm. I tried on the 37mm and while the build quality was nice, it didn’t quiiiite feel like the right size to me. Keep in mind I have a 7.25″ wrist and am 6’7.” I think the 39 will be perfect. On that note, my Tudor AD told me the 39mm models are the bread & butter of their Tudor lineup, the best sellers. As far as textured dials go, give me more of that. I love it. Ball definitely needs to do some work on their sizing. Omega has it covered with both the 38.5 and 41 Aqua Terras, but I wish they had a clasp with micro adjusts. Come on, Omega! They’re getting there though, as even the current production Speedy 3861 line has had a quick adjust clasp since November, 2022.

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