The Roundup is the Windup Watch Shop's weekly rundown of the latest and greatest watches, accessories, EDC, and other gear. We’ve curated a selection to fit everyone’s style and budget. Hit the links below to learn more and pick something up.
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Treat Yourself! - Oris Wings of Hope
Oris is one of the few watch brands that really gives back. Many of their limited edition watch projects support conservation, the environment, or noble causes like Wings of Hope. Wings of Hope is an organization that uses small aircraft to fly in crucial medical support to communities in need. More often than not, they’re flying into remote communities to provide access to medications and care that they would not otherwise receive. The watch itself is based on Oris’ Big Crown, except here we have the addition of the Cal. 401 with its impressive five-day power reserve. A 40mm stainless steel case is complemented by a cream dial and double-domed sapphire crystal. The design is a pilot-meets-field watch that both looks great and packs some serious features inside.
A Value-Packed Pick - GW9400 Rangeman
Taking things in a completely different direction is the G-Shock Rangeman GW9400. Part of the Master of G series, these watches feature some of the most advanced sensor and UI technology that G-Shock has to offer. Designed with rangers and rescue crews in mind, these watches feature a durable case, legible display, triple sensor array, and some unique features that are sure to come in handy out in the field. The 55mm case houses an altimeter, barometer/thermometer, and compass right on your wrist. Powered by light, the solar charging system ensures that you’ll never be stranded with a dead battery, only needing minimal light exposure over the course of the 7-month battery life. This versatile and aggressive looking watch packs a ton of features and sensors into a package that clocks in right around three hundred bucks.
Upgrade Your Kit - Division Billfold Wallet
Ditch the antiquated bulging wallet that you were most likely gifted back in high school and load your cards and cash into something slimmer and more modern. Pioneer Carry makes some seriously cool (and functional) EDC gear, making use of modern tech fabrics that are resistant to wear, water, and life in general. The Division Billfold retains a slim profile while accommodating anywhere from 4-12 cards and some cash. The full-length cash slot is sized to fit a variety of currencies from all over the globe, making it an ideal travel companion as well. While we can all appreciate a quality aged leather wallet, the performance fabric that Pioneer uses will withstand years of use while looking fresh.
When You Have Too Many Watches - The Watch Deck
Have your watches, and display them too. Holme & Hadfield’s Watch Desk is a storage solution for your watch collection that also turns them into functional art. This unique take on the watch box has four wooden posts that you slip your watch over, then cover with the clear acrylic top to show them off while keeping the collection free of dust. Crafted from wood, the bottom of the case features a drawer to hide away your messy strap collection, daily essentials, favorite EDC gear, and much more. This storage/display solution is a great way to enjoy your watches, even when they aren’t getting wrist time.
Deal of the Week - The Tool Watch Box
Designed by watch enthusiasts, for watch enthusiasts. The Tool Watch Box is our very own take on the perfect storage solution. Inside the steel box, you can safely store 12 of your favorite watches. The wooden storage slots each have their own dedicated pillow, finished in a handsome tweed fabric. Two metal clasps keep the box closed, reminiscent of that old tool box you have in the back of your shed (typically of origins unknown). Up top, there’s a thick glass viewing window that shows off your collection while keeping the watches free of dust. This week, the Tool Watch Box in Blue is $30 off, making it the Deal of the Week.