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Will has been a photographer for nearly 15 years. Coming from the world of landscapes and architecture, watches were something he never thought he would photograph. In 2018 he founded The Watch Clicker to bring his love for watches and photography together. Photographing watches quickly turned into also writing about watches and the reviews you see today are the product of that evolution. Dive watches and chronographs dominate his collection as he is a die hard tool watch fan. Will believes that you should wear a watch how you want to. Leather on a dive watch? No problem.
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Everett is a PNW native, and dyed in the wool hobbyist at-large. Always fascinated with a challenge, over the years Everett has taken on juggling, sewing, bowling, marathon running, fly-fishing (and tying), photography, advanced cribbage strategy, and the Rubik’s cube. Everett got into watches in 2015 after spying a colleague’s Tag Heuer 2000 at happy hour. It quickly became apparent to him that the media-space for affordable watches was seriously limited. Sitting on his couch one evening, scouring threads to find a dress watch, Everett messaged his best-friend, and budding watch enthusiast, Andrew, and said, “I want to start a watch podcast.” Andrew, an action-man and serial hobbyist himself, was in. the rest, as they say, is history.
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Andrew’s journey into watches began during a transition out of the military where a G Shock or Ironman would no longer do. His motto “if you can get the little things right the big things are easy” led him down the rabbit hole of watch etiquette and deeper into obsession. Over drinks Andrew’s good friend, Everett, pitched the idea of a watch podcast and, being a serial hobbyist himself, they knew it could be done. Andrew is PNW born and raised. He is a serial hobbyist, from brewing beer to hobby furniture making he has tried and marginally succeeded.
Mike became obsessed with watches in 2015 after spending an inordinate amount of time finding the perfect wedding watch (the Frederique Constant Slimline Automatic). He prefers a well-executed date window or none at all, and strives for a diverse collection with limited overlap. When not fretting over which watch to wear with which strap, he works as an emergency mental health clinician in Northern Virginia, where he lives with his wife and two sons.
Evan became interested in watches after buying an SKX007 for a camping trip in the American Southwest. Eventually that led to the purchase of a Steinhart and a Vostok, and it’s been a slippery slope from there. A fan of robust but slim and elegant watches, and intractable disdainer of 24 hour subdials on chronographs, he also enjoys reading, fishing, scuba diving, camping, freight benching, and woodworking
Furry Wrist Abroad
Furry Wrist Abroad is a master scuba diver residing in Canada who loves all watches that perform well as tools within their intended environments. He gives no allowances when time-telling is undermined for market-driven or design reasons.
Having fallen in love with watches as a young child, he relied on a digital Casio as a tool even then. Becoming a professional musician, a legible and accurate watch was a necessity. It was not until after leaving university and entering the business world that his collection grew to reflect his environment. With a love for watches that measured elapsed timing, his focus shifted from chronographs to dive watches as he found himself at various dive sites every weekend.
Recently, the GPS-enabled sports watch has become one of his areas of interest. Whether wearing his Garmin on a long-distance run or on a dive, or wearing a mechanical watch to compute how much time he will invoice, watches are the tools on which he relies.