HODINKEE Magazine, Vol. 10
The inimitable magazine on watch culture and collecting, with a completely new look and redesign from Varyer.
"We may be getting older but we’re keeping our finger on the pulse of the industry with a profile of one of the brightest stars of independent watchmaking, Rexhep Rexhepi of Akrivia, and a roundup of 10 "New Kids" in the watch world. We head to California to explore watches in the outdoors, before taking a look inside the famous Zenith Attic – yes, that attic – where the El Primero was saved for posterity. Then we tasked 10 photographers from around the world with capturing the essence of one cool watch. "
Back for its 10th volume, highlights include—
- Reference Points article by Jack Forster on the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak
- Industry veteran Joe Thompson recalls the time he asked Nick Hayek Sr. about the Marie Antoinette watch, the legendary No. 160, the most complicated watch Breguet ever made
- Watches in the Wild host Cole Pennington's story about a mysterious timepiece he bought after visiting North Korea.