Hodinkee Magazine – Volume 07
The HODINKEE Magazine examines watches and the world that surrounds them, as HODINKEE always has, but also looks at collectible cars, architecture, travel, and style. It brings a new dimension to HODINKEE, perfectly complementing the online coverage we do every day.
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 our previous issues, it's sustainably printed on premium semi-gloss stock in North America.