Wind^Up San Francisco 2018: Meet the Brands Part. 2

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Wind^Up San Fransisco is less than one month away, and we cannot be more excited to bring the show to our West Coast fans. So make sure to mark your calendars and to swing by the space May 18th through the 20th. For the full event details, visit the event website.

Last week, we started introducing you to the vendors you can expect at Wind^Up San Francisco. Today, we’re picking up where we left off.

Everest Horology Products

Everest Horology Products was founded by Michael DiMartini (yep, the guy behind Monta), and it has become the go-to place for straps for practically every modern Rolex available. If your Sub is looking for a new pair of shoes, then you should definitely stop by Everest’s booth. Everest

Formex

Inspired by the engineering and mechanics of high performance racing cars and bikes, Formex watches feature the brand’s signature patented Case Suspension System, which makes for a very comfortable watch on the wrist. At the show, Formex will be unveiling their newest watch, which is sure to appeal to those who prefer a more subdued aesthetic. Formex

Gavox

Founded in 2011, Gavox is a micro-brand that goes back to the early days of Worn & Wound. From the Squadron to the complication-full Aurora, Gavox produces interesting takes on classic and familiar designs, but executes them to an extremely high level and often with a twist. Be sure to check out the brand’s latest series, the Roads Collection, at this year’s show. Gavox

Itay Noy

Based out of Old Jaffa, Israel, Itay Noy is a watchmaker producing thought-provoking, hand-finished timepieces that are unlike most other watches on the market. Collections like the Part-Time and Time Tone, for example, take on the task of presenting Mr. Noy’s unique conception of time. His latest collection, Full Month, is one of he coolest takes on a calendar complication and utilizes Vaucher’s awesome micro-rotor movement.  Itay Noy

Junghans (Featured Sponsor)

Junghans is a storied German brand that is perhaps best known for the Max Bill line. But beyond Max Bill’s wonderful creations, Junghans also has an incredible catalog of pieces in their mainline, among them the Meister Pilot, Form A, and Meister Driver. We’re huge fans of Junghans here at Worn & Wound, and we’re very excited to have the brand at the show for all of you to check out.  Junghans

Juvo Luxury

Watch winders are either junky and cheap, or luxe and super expensive. Juvo knew there had to be a middle ground. Their line of watch winders, inspired by the aesthetics of vintage stereo speakers and high-end furniture, bridge that gap, staying reasonably priced without sacrificing quality. Juvo

Klokers

Klokers made a splash in 2015 with their slide rule-inspired KLOK-01, a unique watch that displays the time via rotating discs. They have since built on that initial release, growing an entire ecosystem of straps and accessories as well as introducing new models along the way. If you have yet to check out the brand, now’s your chance. Klokers

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