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Wind^Up San Francisco 2018: Meet the Brands Part. 4

Wind^Up San Francisco 2018: Meet the Brands Part. 4


Wind^Up San Fransisco is under about fourteen days away, so make certain to write in your schedules for three days of horological goodness occurring May eighteenth through the twentieth. For the full occasion subtleties, visit the occasion site .

Last week, we brought you Part 3 of our gathering of the numerous extraordinary sellers you can expect at Wind^Up San Francisco. Today, we’re going through the last gathering of brands.


Based out of Denmark, REC is a watch company with a remarkable way of thinking. They take trashed iconic cars, gather the metal, and use it to assemble extraordinary looking timepieces that honor the actual cars. REC


Based out of California, Seals regularly mixes various military and historical references to create watches that are shockingly one of a kind. Case in point, the Model C Field Explorer shown here. Check out Seals’ most recent at Wind Up. Seals

Those Watch Guys

We’ve had vintage at Wind^Up since the show started, and this year is the same with the arrival of Those Watch Guys, who focus on sensibly priced vintage pieces that you’ll need to wear and not simply stick in a safe. Those Watch Guys

Tockr (Featured Sponsor)

Making their second showing at Wind^Up, Tockr is a youthful company out of Texas producing aeronautical-propelled watches. Their esthetic pulls from a quite certain source—C-47 spiral engines—which you can see on their watch’s incredibly point by point dials. You’ll get an opportunity to check out their whole line-up at the show. Tockr


Based in Portland, Oregon, VERO is a youthful brand creating present day, plan focused pieces that are to a great extent produced in-house in their workshop. Their most recent collection, named the VERO SW, is an exciting interpretation of an inside and out game watch, and you can check it out in the metal at the show. VERO


Vortic takes renovated, antique American pocket watch developments and dials and places them in American-made, 3D-printed titanium cases. Accordingly, each watch produced by Vortic is interesting. Vortic will be showcasing their most recent project, the Railroad Edition, at the fair.  Vortic Watch Company

Worn & Wound/ADPT

And to wrap things up, we’ll be there with our full setup of products, including our full collection of ADPT lashes. Swing on by to check out our whole scope of lashes, cases, apparatuses and the sky is the limit from there. What’s more, indeed, let’s talk watches. Worn & Wound Shop