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Time 4A Pint
The Time 4A Pint Podcast
The global watch industry produces an estimated 1.2 billion units a year. With around, 7.5 billion people on the planet, that means that over a 6 and a half year period, enough are made for every one of us to go out and buy a brand new watch of our own. In reality, that’s not what happens. For starters, just because all these watches are being churned out, doesn't mean that anyone is actually buying them. Lots of people can’t understand why you would spend money on a wrist watch. After all, with just a couple of taps, your mobile phone can tell you what the time is anywhere in the...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 103 ratings
Best watch podcast out there
Always a great listen. Really good guests who always have interesting collections 👍🏻
konacrown via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/30/21
Independent reviews!
Love this podcast, and especially appreciate the independent points of view expressed as it is becoming tough to find this in the horological world.
MarGo68NJ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/29/21
One of my favorites
So glad this is back. Great content, I especially like the interviews
watchmedtime via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/23/21
Recent Episodes
The Time 4A Pint Movember Raffle is back! And this time, thanks to my really lovely freinds, there are more than £6,000 or prizes up for grabs. No. Really! Check them out: The Antiquarian Horological Society - 1 Years Membership - worth up to £70 Baruch “Budge” Coutts - 1 x Limited...
Published 11/16/21
For episode 63 of the Time 4A Pint Podcast, I got together with Toronto based Justin Mastine-Frost. Outgoing editor in chief of watchuseek.com and fitrated.com, and brand new Director of Digital Content for Sharp Magazine, Canada’s foremost luxury publication. Justin and I first got to hang out...
Published 10/08/21
Published 10/08/21
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