Wind^Up San Francisco 2018: Meet the Brands Part. 3

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Wind^Up San Francisco is less than one month away, so be sure to mark your calendars for three days of horological goodness taking place May 18th through the 20th. For the full event details, visit the event website.

Last week, we brought you Part 2 of our roundup of the many great vendors you can expect at Wind^Up San Francisco. Today, we’re picking up where we left off.

Melbourne Watch Company

Making their way from Australia, Melbourne Watch Co. is a seasoned micro-brand founded in 2013 with their inaugural model, the Flinders. They have since grown a catalog of diverse watches ranging from dress pieces to robust divers. Melbourne Watch Co.

Mercer Watch Co.

Mercer Watch Co. is a small New Jersey-based company with a loyal following of fans. Focused on clean design and value, Mercer’s latest is the elegant Durham, which is a follow up to the highly successful Lexington Chronograph. Mercer

Monta

From the team that brought you Everest bands, there’s Monta–a young watch brand that is leaving its mark on the industry. They’ve proven that a luxury watch need not cost an arm and a leg with watches that offer an exceptional value and solid finishing. Monta

The National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors

Get ready to geek out over watches with the good folks of the NAWCC. Founded in 1943, the NAWCC also operates the National Watch and Clock Museum, which we had the good fortune of visiting a while back. Be sure to stop by their booth to learn a thing or two about some of the most incredible timepieces ever made. NAWCC

Oris (Lead Sponsor)

Oris is no stranger to Worn & Wound, and it’s no stranger to Wind^Up, either. This is Oris’ fourth time participating in the show, and with all the great watches they’ve got going for 2018, the storied Swiss independent is sure to be a huge draw. Be sure to stop by and check out their mouth-watering range of 2018 novelties. Oris

Ralf Tech

Ralf Tech has been around for nearly a decade and has focused on creating technical dive watches that can take a knock of two. To that end, the brand regularly works with Commandos of the Marine Nationale, the members of GIGN Intervention Force, the operators of the Command Special Ops, among many others in the development of their watches. Ralf Tech

Raven

Having been in existence for 10 years, Raven knows how to make an affordable tool watch. If you’ve wanted to check out the Trekker or the Venture before plunking down some coin, now’s your chance. Raven

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