Author Archive

Ed Jelley / Page 2

Review / Review

Review: Vero Open Water Dive Watch

By
The Open Water is a bit of a clean slate for Portland-based Vero Watches. A …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing The Nomos Club Campus In Absolute Gray & Future Orange

By
Nomos is one of the few brands that does an excellent job of combining serious, minimalist pieces with just the right playful pop of color. …
Review / Review

Review: The YEMA Meangraf Is Reborn

By
There was certainly no shortage of funky chronographs in the 1970s. Bright, colorful dials, unique timing functions, and a wide range of interesting case designs …
Article / Featured

New in the Windup Watch Shop: Modern, Minimalist designs from Junghans

By
Junghans has been making watches for over 150 years out of their Schramberg, Germany-based manufacture. While they’ve produced a variety of styles and types of …
Article / News & Releases

Introducing The Hamilton Intra-Matic Chronograph In Green

By
In the past year or so, there has been no shortage of green watches. We saw plenty of releases from a wide range of brands, …
Article / Featured

Introducing Forstner Bands – Now Available at The Windup Watch Shop

By
Originally founded in 1920, Forstner Bands have always focused on making fine accessories for wrist watches. They never ventured into actual watchmaking territory, focusing only …
Review / Review

Review: Raven Trekker 39mm

By
The term “tool watch” is thrown around a lot, typically used when referring to a watch that carries out a specific purpose. A dive watch …
Article / Featured

Fly Fishing on the Connetquot River with ADPT Straps, Cantonment Kerchiefs, and Marathon Watches

By
Turns out, waking up at 5:30am doesn’t have to be a miserable experience. Especially when you know you’re going to hit the river for some …
Review / Hands-On

Review: The Accutron DNA

By
Before jumping into this new, forward-looking watch, let’s rewind back to the 1960’s for a …