The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 106: Windup Watch Fair New York City 2019

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On this week’s episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast, Ilya, Zach, and Blake sit down to chat about the upcoming Wind Up Watch Fair in New York City. From the exciting new brands making their debut to some of the watches expected to launch at this year’s show, we have the skinny on what you need to know about the Windup NYC 2019 show. Big thanks to everyone who submitted questions via Instagram and e-mail.

This week’s episode of the Worn & Wound podcast is brought to you by Bulova and their Computron line of watches. Originally launched in the 1970s, the modern Computron pays homage to the retro-futuristic styling of the original with a sharp trapezoidal case and iconic LED display. To learn more about the new Bulova Computron, head to Bulova.com.

Here are the basics: Windup is a three-day watch event taking place Oct 25 through the 27th at Chelsea Market in New York City. Windup showcases brands ranging from new independents with just a few models to larger Swiss and German houses with rich histories and deep catalogs. What ties the brands together is that they all have a unique perspective and their products offer a great value. Windup is also all about getting our readers in front of watches and the people that make them, and to that end the Fair is always free and open to the public. So whether you’re a seasoned watch-head or someone considering their first timepiece, come on by and take a look.

For the full event details, including show times, vendor list, and a video of last year’s show, visit the Windup Watch Fair website.

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