HODINKEE is the preeminent resource for modern and vintage wristwatch enthusiasts.
In this issue:
Volume 7 of our premium print journal is here.
One of the highlights of this issue is how many different collectors’ voices are present. These consist of the usual trio of “Why I Collect” stories, which includes HODINKEE Radio alum Miles Fisher, and a “One Man, One Watch” featuring a talented chef and his trusty Tudor. In addition, there’s a special “The Collectors” highlighting someone who is sharing a multi-generational family passion through his own collection.
We also have five experts sharing the vintage (and almost-vintage) watches they think you should be investing in right now; a detailed look at the often-misunderstood Tornek-Rayville military watches; an ode to truly handmade watches from HODINKEE founder, Ben Clymer; a definitive guide to the Cartier Tank; and a beautiful profile of Seiko CEO & President Shinji Hattori, one of the most compelling executives in all of watches.
Finishing off the issue is a personal essay from actor and horologist Aldis Hodge about why he finds meaning in watchmaking and how he’s building a horological legacy of his own. And, if it’s stories about things other than watches you’re looking for, don’t fret. From the recently renovated Rothko Chapel in Houston to a stunning Italian sports car from the golden age of racing, we’ve got you covered.
All in all, this issue is packed with the watch-centric content you’ve come to love from HODINKEE and more. It comes in an elegant, travel friendly 8 x 10.75-inch format with a handsome and timeless design that’s sure to become a fixture of your coffee table. Of course, just like previous issues, it’s sustainably printed on premium semi-gloss stock in North America.