Tim Mosso And Elizabeth Doerr Discuss Their Favorite New Watches Of 2021, Independents, And Alain Silberstein On ‘Talking Time With Tim’ Podcast
Tim Mosso of YouTube and Watchbox fame recently hosted me again on his podcast, “Talking Time With Tim” (episode 21).
We discussed some of our favorite new watch releases so far in 2021 as well as the democratization of independent watch brands and their products.
And we also got into the brilliance of one our mutual favorite designers, Alain Silberstein. Learn about the artistic side of watchmaking directly from the mouths of two longtime professionals.
To listen to Tim Mosso’s podcast, please visit www.timmosso.com/episode-21-tim-mosso-and-quill-pads-elizabeth-doerr.
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Thanks for a very enjoyable discussion and so glad to hear your´s and Tim´s comments on the Norrsken. I hope I don´t jinx anything now but I really look forward to show it to the public for the first time during DWW 2021.
Btw, the link to the podcast from Tim´s page seems to be broken but the Spotify link worked great.
Thank you for listening, Patrik, and I hope nothing is jinxed either because I can’t wait to see the GoS Norrsken in person! (Links all working btw.)
Hi Elizabeth, hi Tim, and greetings from Germany, OMG, the 80s and early 90s … imho … uaaahhh the most boring and ugliest period in (mass) watch movements and especially material designs, horrible. Everything, literally everything was Valjoux 7750, ETA 28xx, Peseux 7001, Unitas 64xx with such an average ugly finishing … and steel/gold designs … oh no. Thank god that there were the indies forming the AHCI in the mid 80ies, and also some rare exceptions like Silberstein designs, the IWC Scafusia, Andersens calendars, Corum Golden Bridge, the G.R. Lang Chronoswisses or the impressing Ulysee Nardin Astrolabium G. Galilei (and Schnyder / Oechslin). Oh, please, no revival of this period : ), please. Thank you for recording your enjoyable talk, greetings, Thomas
Thank you for listening, Thomas! I like your list of great 1980s watches.
Tim, could you put these on Youtube please?
We actually did videos of both of these talks, but Tim doesn’t seem to have uploaded them yet.
Oh, that’s good to know. Cheers.
In your own time, Tim. Whenever you’re ready. No rush. Easy does it.