Fratello On Air checks in with a new episode, and Geneva Watch Days 2022 is the subject. Balazs and Mike discuss some of the key new releases. As always, expect banter and clear views on what’s happening around us in the world of watches.
Geneva Watch Days 2022 is a wrap, and Balazs was there. He gives his impressions on some of the most essential new releases while Mike weighs in. Naturally, there’s talk about other watch news and equipment. Enjoy!
Before getting to the Handgelenks Kontrolle and our main topic, our hosts have a few items worth mentioning. Mike brings up a seriously lightweight and packing-friendly rain “shirt” from Patagonia called the Houdini Jacket. It’s available for men and women. Next is the Manfrotto Befree GT XPRO tripod, which has a nifty horizontal guide rail that should allow for great macro work. Finally, Balazs has stumbled upon the Baseus Magnetic Wireless Power Bank and vouches for its convenience. As far as the Handgelenks Kontrolle, Balazs is wearing his ’50s Omega 2505 with the caliber 256. Mike is sporting his Citizen Homer HO150401 with glossy black dial and lumed indices.
Geneva Watch Days 2022
Balazs was on the ground during Geneva Watch Days 2022 while Mike watched from afar. We discuss the big release that wasn’t actually part of the show, the Tudor Pelagos 39. Then, it’s onto the Doxa Army, the new Bvlgari Octo Finissimo novelties, and the Oris Divers Sixty-Five with a 12-hour bezel. We finish with thoughts on the newly announced pricing for the Speedmaster Professional.
As always, we hope you enjoyed the episode. If you have any topics you’d like us to discuss in a future episode, please let us know!