Raven Watch Reviews and News


Podcast Episodes Featuring Raven Watches

Ep. #109 The 2018 TBWS Best In Horology Awards Show!


The time has come, Watchfam! The Two Broke Watch Snobs are wrapping up 2018 with the very first " 2018 TBWS Best In Horology Awards Show!" The guys take a look back at this past year's releases and they're playing favorites by choosing winners in various categories.

Ep. 92 Watches in Real Life


This week on the TBWS podcast, Mike and Kaz talk about what it's like to actually experience a watch or brand in person and how it can affect our perception of certain timepieces. The Orion Field Standard also makes an appearance (on a siiiiick Isofrane strap) and Kaz tells us about a pair of new Gavox chronographs he has in for review.

Ep. #71 – Writing About Watches & Watch Photography


Kaz and Mike take time out of their weekend to talk watches, share their frustrations, and kick back after a difficult week. How far can Mike take his #BaselBeard and is it really recycling if you chug water out of a used soda can? The Snobs are eco-conscious dudes after all... maybe.

Ep. 54 – Wind Up NYC 2017


Wind Up NYC 2017 is over - and Mike & Kaz made it back alive! The guys sit down to share their favorite moments and experience from the show this year. Truth is that Wind Up NYC 2017 ended too soon this year, but overall the whole weekend exceed expectations. The best part though? Meeting TBWS listeners!

Ep. #53 – Pre-Wind Up NYC 2017 & Paul Newman’s Paul Newman Daytona


Mike and Kaz get ready for Wind Up NYC 2017 by talking about the brands they're most excited to see. Also, don't kill gators - Kaz's wisdom has spoken. Mike is also taking steps in the right direction to combat his photo of black watches - he decides to pull an old surprise favorite from the watch box. Also, what's your opinion, #watchfam - 60-click bezels or 120-click?

Ep. #42 – Watch Collecting: Large and Budget Friendly vs. Small and Pricey


The snobs wrap their heads around the bucking concepts of building a large, budget-conscious collection vs. a collection that's actually smaller, but more methodical and compromised of more expensive pieces. What are your thoughts? Tune in and hit us up!