Wind^Up Watch Fair 2017: Meet the Brands Pt. 2

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With Wind^Up less than one month away, we’re taking some time to shine a light on the great brands that make the show possible. Last week, we wrote about our terrific sponsors and a handful of vendors you can expect to see later this month. Today, we’re picking up where we left off.

Reminder: Worn & Wound’s Wind^Up Watch Fair is taking place October 27th through the 29th at Chelsea Market in New York City. It’s free and open to the public, so swing on by and let’s geek out over watches.














Crown & Buckle

In business since 2010 and based out of Florida, Crown & Buckle is a trusted source for all sorts of watch straps, from different styles of leather two-piece bands to nylon mil-straps. They’re also really good people (we’ve known them since the early days of Worn & Wound), so if your watch needs a new pair of shoes swing on by and say hello. Crown & Buckle


Dan Henry

Dan Henry has one of the most incredible vintage watch collections on the planet. Wanting to share his love of vintage watches with other watch enthusiasts, Dan Henry launched his value-packed, eponymous brand with a laser-focus on bringing to the masses beautifully designed and robustly made watches that pull inspiration from some of the most iconic eras of watch design. Dan Henry

Dan Henry joined us on The Worn & Wound Podcast. Check that out here.


In just two short years, Farer has grown by leaps in bounds. What began as brand with just a small collection of beautifully-designed quartz watches has grown into so much more, with Farer’s latest collection featuring three mechanical divers boasting true compressor cases. You’ll want to spend some hands-on time with these. Farer

Check out our review of the Aqua Compressor Hecla.


Based out of Vancouver, Halios is a beloved micro-brand, and it’s not without good reason. Proprietor Jason Lim has an eye for clean design and he manages to produce watches that become instant classics, like the Puck and the Tropik. His latest, the Seaforth, will be on-hand at the show. Halios

Check out our review of the Seaforth.

Hawthorn Watch Co.

A young brand founded by friends Brian Dunnigan and Jeremy Cossgrove, Hawthorn Watch Co. makes simple, minimalist timepieces that don’t break the bank. The brand’s first collection is inspired by classic timepieces and Dunnigan’s grandfather, a watchmaker trained by Waltham Watch Company. Hawthorn Watch Co.


Geoffrey Roth

Geoffrey Roth began making watches in the early-2000s, drawing from his experience as a jewelry designer to create pieces that one might simply call art. His line of luxury pieces are built from a curated selection of materials, among them gold, phosphor bronze, and Damascus steel, and are powered by reliable Swiss calibers. Geoffrey Roth

Read our interview with Geoffrey Roth.

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, utilizing modified ETA calibers in ways one doesn’t often see. Itay Noy

Check out our coverage of Itay Noy at Baselworld 2017.


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 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. Earlier this year, Klokers unveiled the KLOK-01, the latest iteration of that initial concept. Few have seen this in the metal, and you’ll get a chance to check it out at Wind^Up. Klokers

Read our review of the KLOK-01 here.

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