examining watches and the world that surrounds them
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.
Volume 1 includes stories such as an in-depth history of the Rolex Sea-Dweller (celebrating its 50th anniversary this year), a deep analysis of the very first generation Porsche 911 from 1965, a survey of watches ideal for weekend getaways, and a conversation with Patek Philippe CEO Thierry Stern.
Contributors include musician John Mayer, Berluti CEO and Loro Piana Chairman Antoine Arnault, Food Network star Alton Brown, and award-winning author Gary Shteyngart. The cover features an exclusive photograph of Paul Newman’s own Paul Newman Daytona.
The magazine itself is as beautiful and timeless as the objects inside. It has a narrow 8 inch x 10.75 inch footprint and a special lay-flat binding that make it more comfortable to read and ensure it will look pristine on your bookshelf. The paper is a semi-gloss stock that feels good in the hand and showcases incredibly life-like images, plus the entire magazine is sustainably printed in Vancouver, Canada. It feels more like a softcover coffee table book than a traditional magazine.