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Now in the Shop: a GMT, Some Straps and a Coaster?

Here at the Windup Watch Shop, it means that a lot of new drops are on there way. Today, we’re kicking things off with a handful of cool additions that are perfect for the transitional weather.

Hamilton Watches are Now Available at Windup Watch Shop

Introducing the Zodiac Astrographic LE

Not strangers to pushing the design envelope, in 1969 Zodiac mixed their expertise in innovative dials with a specialized hi-beat mechanical movement and surrounded it in non-traditional cases that foreshadowed the trends of the coming decade.

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How Watches are Made with Vero of Portland, Oregon
Words by Worn & Wound

“I really just want to make a watch.” These eight words, spoken over a couple of beers one night in 2014, launched VERO, a young watchmaking outfit based in Portland, Oregon. But friends and co-founders Chris Boudreaux and Danny Recordon were not watchmakers. They were simply enthusiasts who loved watches. Still, the thought of contracting the work out to a factory in the Far East didn’t cross their mind. “We knew we wanted to make them,” explains Danny, the self-taught engineer on the team. “Rather than prototype somewhere else . . . we wanted to design [and] prototype in our own shop, on our own timeline, and have full control.”

In many ways, VERO embodies a new, spunkier wave of American watchmaking. It’s worth noting that watches produced in The States are few and far between. There’s RGM, of course. Then there’s Weiss in California and Vortic in Colorado. But beyond that, the vast majority of American brands rely on overseas production. That’s not a value judgement—it’s simply a reality. Full article on Worn & Wound...