Since our debut in August, we’ve strived to continue to grow the Windup Watch Shop, adding new and exciting watches and accessories on the regular. Today, we’re excited to announce the three newest additions to the catalog, the Dan Henry 1972, the Archimede Outdoor 41 Antimag, and the Vortic Springfield Windup Edition.
Dan Henry 1972
You might be thinking, didn’t they already add these to the store? And you’d be mostly correct for thinking so. A couple of weeks ago we had 20 examples of the 1972 available with special “Windup Watch Fair” markings on the back. Those are all gone, but now we have the regular 1972s available in steel and PVD. This is probably Dan Henry’s best-executed watch to date, with a case that will make you stop and think, is this actually 1972? Available here for $350
Archimede Outdoor 41 Antimag
Some watches kick ass and take names, and this is one of them. Designed to be used and abused, the Outdoor 41 Antimag features an edge-hardened steel case to prevent scratching with an inner antimagnetic movement cage and 200M of water resistance. The barrel design is incredibly comfortable and sleek with few edges or corners to snag on an adventure. Meanwhile, the dial is clean, modern, and puts legibility in the spotlights. Packed with a Sellita SW200-1 automatic movement, this German-made beauty is also a great value at $940. Available here
Vortic Springfield Windup Edition
The third model in our collaboration with Vortic, the Springfield is an exceptionally beautiful timepiece that mixes antique Illinois pocket watch dials, hands and movements with Vortic’s signature 3D-printed titanium cases. Rarer than other brands from the early 20th century, Illinois pocket watches were expertly crafted and decorated, with the “Autocrat” movement within being one of the more well-finished we’ve seen. Paired with bronzed cases and Ox Blood Shell Cordovan straps, the Springfield Windup Edition of 10 pieces are works of art. Available now for $2,495