Reminder: Enter The Virtual Windup Watch Fair Giveaway!

The 2020 Virtual Windup Watch Fair is officially here, and with that comes our biggest giveaway ever. Together with several of the participating Windup brands, we’ve compiled a huge list of great prizes that you’ll have the chance to win. In fact, 20 of you will be selected as winners. We’ll be picking one winner for each product, with the first winner having their pick of the lot, the second winner having their choice of the remaining prizes, and so on until we’ve given everything away.

The giveaway is now live and will remain open through November 25. To enter, simply head over to the giveaway page and follow the instructions listed. The giveaway is open to legal residents ages 18 and older of the United States and the District of Columbia, Canada (excluding Quebec), Puerto Rico, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. By submitting your email, you’re agreeing to receive marketing and other email communications from Worn & Wound and our giveaway partners. You can see a full list of giveaway rules here.


Here’s a rundown of each and every prize available to win. Did we mention there’s a lot of them and they’re all pretty amazing?

Lorier Hydra Series II

The Lorier Hydra is a supremely wearable and functional sport watch with vintage style. Featuring a Miyota 9015 movement, swiss BGW9 Superluminova, and a beautiful, fully-articulating steel bracelet with solid endlinks, the Hydra is an ideal daily companion. – Retail value – $499

Bespoke Watch Projects Intaglio Edition “Sixty-One” Copper Dial

Incorporating an engraved & patinated copper dial, this unique entry to the Intaglio collection is hand-finished in Bespoke Watch Projects’ California studio. The 36mm Midsize model features a 316L case, sapphire crystal, display back, and Swiss ETA movement (calibrated in house to 4-6 seconds per day). Strap options include polished bridle leather, calfskin, and contoured padded leather in various colors. – Retail value – $875

Zelos Horizons 200M Diver

The Horizons Diver is a handsome and sporty 39mm watch that comes in a range of colors and configurations. Featuring a  Miyota 9015 movement and sapphire crystal and bezel insert, the Horizons 200M Diver packs a ton of value in a handsome package. – Retail Value – $449

Brew Mastergraph

The Brew Mastergraph is a 1960’s inspired, meca-quartz powered chronograph with a load of charming details. The rotating bezel of the Mastergraph features markers noting optimal expresso shot extraction timing, the type of subtle detail that we’ve come to expect in Brew’s products. – Retail value – $375

DuFa Gunter Automatic

The DuFa Günter is named after and inspired by Günter Block and his brutalist style of architecture, as well as iconic integrated bracelet sport watches. By mixing the harsh, geometry focused aesthetic of brutalism with the elegant, masculine, and luxurious style of ’70s sport watches, the Günter is a unique and attractive timepiece that will stand out in any collection. – Retail Value – $570

Formex REEF Automatic Chronometer COSC 300M

The latest release from Formex, the REEF, packs a ton of value into a refined and sporty package. As the name suggests, the REEF is powered by a Sellita SW300-1 automatic Chronometer grade movement. In addition to its unique case shape and dynamic color options, the REEF comes on either a rubber strap or stainless steel bracelet, both of which highly-functional and patented micro-adjustment systems. – Retail value – $1,670 – $1,790

Zodiac Super Sea Wolf 53 Compression

The Sea Wolf is Zodiac’s most important and iconic watch design. First released in 1953, it is one of the watches that has defined the modern dive watch. Featuring a contemporary 40mm case, the Super Sea Wolf 53 Compression mixes utility and elegance into a sporty package. The use of a black case and a high contrast second hand adds energy and playfulness to the design. – Retail value – $1,195

Vortic Custom, Made-to-order American Artisan Series watch (Gift card for watch)

A Vortic watch is as much a time capsule, a living record of the history of American watchmaking as it is a wearable timepiece. Each watch is constructed from a revitalized American-made pocket watch from the early 1900’s, keeping the movement, dial and hands, placed within a 3D-printed, titanium shell. The result is a rustic mix of old and new, a clash of American technologies spanning nearly 100 years. – Retail Value – $2,500

Stowa Flieger Classic Chrono

The Stowa Classic Chrono is one of the coolest takes on the classic flieger design that we’ve come across. Stowa distilled the chronograph to simply a central second hand and oversized 30 minutes counter at 3 o’clock, giving you a simple and utilitarian take on one of our favorite complications. – Retail value – $1,590


In the 1970’s YEMA launched its first LED display watch. This reissue pays tribute to the historic quartz crisis period during which the watchmaking industry was turned upside down with the release of bold designs equipped with non-mechanical movements. – Retail value – $279

Juvo Desk Diver Limited Edition Watch Box, Red Baron Limited Edition Watch Box, and A1 Single Watch Winder

The Juvo Desk Diver and Red Baron limited edition watch boxes feature a piano white lacquer finish with an illustration from Dutch artist, Teun van Heerebeek. The JUVO A1 automatic watch winder features a contemporary modern design and is compact enough to hold your luxury watch in a small safe while keeping it fully wound for accurate time. Retail value – $300 – $350

Windup Watch Shop $500 Gift Card

Well, this is pretty self-explanatory. Need a new strap, or five? Have your eye on a new Hamilton, Timex, or Marathon? Looking to outfit your pad with a new clock or moon phase calendar? We’ve got you covered. $500 goes a mightly long way at the Windup Watch Shop. Spend it however you please.

AVI-8 Spitfire Watch

The Supermarine Spitfire was an important RAF aircraft that played a large role in the Battle of Britain. Light and nimble, the smooth lines and large elliptical wings were designed for function more than form, but the iconic shape has become an enduring aspect of the aircraft. The Spitfire Type 300 Automatic Edition pays tribute to its namesake with flowing case lines and an instrument inspired dial. – Retail Value – $395

Spinnaker Dumas Watch

Coming in at 43 x 48 x 15.3mm the Dumas is a solid piece of metal with a hard-edged, barrel design. It’s big, but it wears well, sitting comfortably on top of the wrist. The dials are more modern, but have vintage cues, like the massive, oversized minute hands in bold contrast colors. Attached to the thick steel shark-mesh bracelet, the Dumas is a stylish force to be reckoned with. – Retail Value – $400

Bravur BW002G

The Bravur is a Swedish luxury watch brand, offering watches hand built in Sweden, using Swiss movements. The BW002G epitomizes their unique approach to minimalist watch design, featuring a 38mm gold plated stainless steel case and silver-white dial with black applied hour indexes. – Retail Value – $630

Christopher Ward – Choice of C65 Chrono, C60 Lympstone, C60 Sapphire, or C65 Super Compressor

For the Virtual Windup Watch Fair giveaway, Christopher Ward is giving you your choice of their wildly-popular, and extremely cool releases from 2020. This collection shows the breadth of Christopher Ward’s watchmaking style, from vintage sport to rugged, modern military. We dig into each of these pieces in our video interview, so you don’t want to miss that. – Retail value – $1,670 – $1,790

VAER D5 Atlantic or D5 Tropic Dive Watch

Simultaneously traditional and modern, elegant and rugged – the D5 is an unrivaled, everyday-wearer, with the specs and credentials to put $2000+ watches to shame. The D5 USA Diver and D7 Swiss Diver are available in a number of complimentary design combinations, building on the core case with unique details and finishing. The line-up ranges from the refined and contemporary Atlantic, to the historic, military-inspired Pacific and Arctic, to the bold, design-forward Tropic. – Retail Value – $549

Collins Hyperion Carbon

The Hyperion is Collins’ interpretation of an aviation watch. An open, legible dial is surrounded by a 40mm finely brushed stainless steel case for maximum legibility and presence on the wrist. Flip it over, and you’re treated to a view of the movement in action through the sapphire display case back. The watch is rated to 100m of water resistance — more than enough for everyday activity. – Retail Value – $645

You can enter the giveaway now right here. Good luck!

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Blake is a co-founder of Worn & Wound. He spends most of his time focused on day-to-day operations and producing the Windup Watch Fair. You'll most often find him wearing one of Worn & Wound's Limited Edition watches.