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Highlights from the Virtual Windup Watch Fair

Highlights from the Virtual Windup Watch Fair

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What’s more, much the same as that, the Virtual Windup Watch Fair has come to a nearby. Or on the other hand has it? No, indeed, the Virtual Windup isn’t going anyplace. The entirety of the Windup content, including the video interviews, item declarations, and web recordings, will live on Worn & Wound and the Windup Watch Fair site in interminability. As we head into the long Thanksgiving weekend, we thought we’d set up a portion of our number one content from all through the Fair for your comfortable consumption.

Before we get into our picks, we additionally needed to advise you that our Virtual Windup Watch Fair Giveaway is as yet open and will stay open until 11:59:59 p.m. ET on Wednesday, November 25, 2020. We’ve got an entire bundle of extraordinary prizes available for anyone from Christopher Ward, Lorier, Brew, and others, and we’re picking 20 champs. You don’t need to miss it. You can enter the giveaway here . Presently, onto our Virtual Windup highlights.

Interview: Oris co-CEO, Rolf Studer, on the New Caliber 400 Movement

Whether you’re new to the universe of watches or you’ve been gathering for quite a long time, you’re without a doubt acquainted with Oris. More than 100 years of age and still autonomous, Oris has delivered a large number of extremely mainstream models lately, from the Divers Sixty-Five to the Big Crown Pointer Date assortment. We as of late had the delight of plunking down with Rolf Studer, Co-CEO of Oris Watches, to examine their new Caliber 400 development. We dive into its turn of events, remarkable list of capabilities, and why they picked the Aquis as the main watch to include the new movement.

Interview: 55 Years of Seiko Dive Watches

Seiko joined Windup without precedent for 2020, which was fitting as 2020 imprints a significant achievement for the brand – the 55th commemoration of Seiko’s first jump watch, the 62 Mas. We jab with Eric Hofmann – Senior Vice President of Business Development for Seiko US, to survey their most recent 2020 releases.

Unwind in Time: Purveyors of Unconventional, Historic Style

Unwind in Time Founder, Jarett Harkness, gives us a set of experiences exercise on Hamilton and other early battery-worked watches. Snap here to peruse the full story.

Interview: Brew Watch Founder, Jonathan Ferrer, on his Latest Release, the Retromatic

We talked with Jonathan Farrer, Founder of Brew Watch Company, about his most recent delivery, the Retromatic. We dive into Jonathan’s configuration cycle and why he decided to utilize two distinctive mechanical developments in his new line, and what may be next for the brand.

Interview: Christopher Ward CEO, Mike France, on their 2020 Releases

Christopher Ward is a brand that ought to be extremely recognizable to Worn & Wound perusers. Known for delivering refined, Swiss-made watches at a reasonable, direct-to-shopper value, Christopher Ward has been occupied in 2020. We plunked down with CEO Mike France to talk about what the brand has been up to and what they have coming up for 2021.

Interview: Inside the Workshop of Bespoke Watch Projects with Founder, John Beck McConnico

Bespoke Watch Projects is a California-based brand creating watches that are equivalent amounts of hardware, craftsmanship, and legacy. We as of late talked with John Beck McConnico, Bespoke Watch Projects’ author, to examine how he’s grew a particularly special tasteful and to get familiar with a smidgen more about his process.

The Worn & Wound Podcast 16: An Interview with V.J. Geronimo of Oris and Luis Clemente, President of the Roberto Clemente Foundation

Oris and the Roberto Clemente Foundation teamed up as of late on a restricted release variant of the brand’s Big Crown Pointer Date. In this meeting, V.J. also, Luis talk about how the venture occurred, a portion of the subtleties that make the watch exceptional, and Roberto Clemente’s legacy.

Interview: Hamilton CEO, Vivian Stauffer, on the New Khaki Aviation Converter Line

We plunked down with Vivian Staufer, CEO of Hamilton Watches to examine their as of late delivered Khaki Aviation Converter line. We likewise addressed what it’s been similar to for Vivian taking over as CEO of Hamilton in 2020, and studied the cycle behind creating Hamilton’s BelowZERO assortment for Christopher Nolan’s film TENET.

Interview: Lorier Founders Lauren and Lorenzo Ortega on their New Hyperion GMT

We’re eager to present to you an elite meeting with Lorier Founders, Lauren and Lorenzo Ortega, to examine their most recent delivery, the Hyperion GMT. We talk about what went into the plan of the Hyperion and why they decided to utilize a Swiss development interestingly, among other topics.

Interview: Discussing Baltic’s new Aquascaph GMT with Founder Etienne Malec

We had the chance to talk with Etienne Malec, Founder of Baltic watches, about their new line of GMT’s. Etienne educates somewhat really regarding the motivation behind the new GMTs and Baltic as a brand. We likewise jump into their previous 2020 releases.

Interview: Discussing Farer’s New Pilot Watch with Founder Paul Sweetenham

We talked with the Founder of Farer, Paul Sweetenham, about their new line of pilot watches. Known for their striking utilization of shading and commitment to genuinely remarkable plan, their initial attack into the universe of pilot watches doesn’t disappoint.

The Worn & Wound Podcast 161: Q & A

In this scene, Blake Buettner is joined by James Helms, Blake Malin, and Zach Weiss to handle a portion of the inquiries we’ve got from you, dear audience. We cover subjects going from the adaptability of watches, to the contrasts among microbrands and little independents.