The holidays are basically here, and there’s only a little time left to find gifts. December 18th is the cutoff date to place orders to receive them by Christmas, so time’s ticking. Below is a list of some great items from the shop at various price points to give you some gift ideas.
Haveston Coasters $17 - These are just a lot of fun. This set of three silicon coasters are modeled after classic hand-wound calibers, something any watchnerd will love.
Haveston Corp. Canvas Mil-Strap $29 - These canvas straps are inspired by early 20th-century military designs, giving any watch a rugged look. These are a great strap year-round.
Springs & Gears Omega 1861 Letterpress Prints $30 - $65 - If you know someone with a Speedmaster, it likely has this elegant and famous movement in it. These prints tastefully commemorate the caliber and look great in a home or office.
ADPT Nylon Mil-Straps $45 - The original and still only fully US-made nylon mil-strap, ADPT (All Day, Purpose, and Terrain) straps are tough, stylish and a must-have for any collection. Made of thick, hearty custom-woven nylon, 316L steel hardware and featuring a signature contrast stitch, they stand out from the crowd.
Worn & Wound Model 2 Premium $95 - Our line of American-made watch straps, the Model 2 Premiums are made out of high-end leathers from Horween and Wickett & Craig tanneries, perfectly mixing rugged style with luxury quality.
Worn & Wound Watch Roll $150 - Often imitated, never duplicated, the W&W Watch Roll set the standard. With shells made out hardwearing materials like waxed canvas and selvage denim, interiors that are fully lined with ultrasuede and trim made from Horween leathers, the rolls stand up to the test of time.
Windup Watch Shop Gift Card $10 - $100 - Don't know the lug width on your loved one's watch? Can't decide on what color? Literally have no idea? Get a gift card.
Watches Under $500
Dan Henry x Worn & Wound 1970 Collaboration edition $290 - Based on the popular Dan Henry 40mm 1970 dual crown diver, we infused the design with details from the rare and unique Enicar Sherpa-Ops. This edition of the watch is available in black PVD or steel, both with a special case-back featuring the watch’s serial out of 150 (per color).
Spinnaker Cahill Mid-size $350 - $400 - Fun, affordable, and with decent specs, there’s a lot to like about the Cahill MId-size. At 40mm, it fits great, and features cool details like a textured matte dial and glass bezel, for that mid-century look.
Laco Aachen 42mm $410 - $460 - Based on the iconic Type-B pilot’s watches, the Laco Aachens mix superb finishing and faithful dials with a great price point. Available in a few colors, there is an Aachen for everyone.
Raven Solitude $490 - The Raven Solitude is a real, rugged tool-dive watch with a whopping 300m water resistance, yet an approachable price tag. With remarkable finishing and that built-like-a-tank feel, this is a perfect watch for someone who wears the same watch to the office and the beach.
Junghans Form C $495 - These quartz chronographs feature the stringent quality of Junghans timepieces with a modern, urban attitude. Harsh lines and precise graphic elements make these an appealing take on a minimal watch, great for design buffs.
Zodiac Grand Rally $495 - $595 - These bold racing chronographs are near identical to watches from the 70’s, with big barrel cases and contrasting sub-dials. High-quality finishing and applied markers make these not your everyday quartz chrono.
Watches $500 - $1000
Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical Black PVD $545 - The newest version of the Khaki Field, it might also be the coolest. The mix of vintage field watch design with a modern, black PVD case makes for a very sharp and stylish watch.
DuFa Günter $570 - The DuFa Günter is an affordable take on the integrated bracelet steel sports watch. Channeling the iconic watches of the 70’s the Günter mixes hardlines and facets with the spirits of brutalism and minimalism. The result is a series of handsome, masculine watches that wear exceptionally well.
Hamilton Pilot Pioneer $845 - $895 - Following in the footsteps of the Khaki Field, the Pilot Pioneer is another faithful recreation of an iconic military watch once manufactured by Hamilton. Featuring a compact but bold barrel case, the Pilot Pioneer shows off a higher level of finishing giving it an almost dressy appearance.
Autodromo Group B S2 Windup Edition $975 - An icon in the making, the Series 2 version of Autodromo’s eccentric Group B design includes a slatted bracelet that gives it extra attitude. The Windup edition is decked out in matte gray with case and dial that match for a unique look and bright blue markers for great legibility. These are almost gone for good.
Junghans Max Bill Automatic $995 - $1,195 - If something’s great, why change it? Junghans Max Bill watches are nearly identical to their 60’s forefathers and for good reason - they are perfect. Bauhaus teachings meet mid-century style in elegant, easy to wear wristwatches.
Damasko DS 30 Yellow $963 - The DS 30 is the definition of a sleeper watch. Understated and purposeful in appearance, it’s made out of hardened submarine steel, and packed with other techs for increased durability. Throw in 200m of water resistance and this watch is pretty much unstoppable.
Watches $1000 - $2000
Yema Superman $1,099 - Another iconic dive watch reborn, the Yema Superman is fun, stylish and unique timepiece. A true 1:1 replica of the original, the 39mm case features a unique bezel-locking mechanism that gives the Superman its signature look.
Vero x Windup Watch Shop “Peak” and “Granite” LEs $1,120 - Twofer! This duo of field watches feature 38mm titanium cases made in Vero’s Portland, Oregon workshop. The Peak is elegant and refined with a bright palette and heat-blued hands. The Granite is rustic and earthy with a dark, matte palette and uniquely oxidized case. Both are great everyday wears.
Zodiac Super Sea Wolf “Watermelon” $1,395 - Based on a dive watch from 1953, the recreated Super Sea Wolf has quickly become a popular dive watch thanks to its provenance and approachable price. Unofficially titled the Watermelon, this version manages to mix colors you probably didn’t realize you wanted on your wrist into a tasteful dive-ready package.
Bravur Geography GMT $1,650 - A refined GMT is literally the watch you can go anywhere with. Great for travel, work or just looking good. The Bravur Geography achieves this effortlessly with a design that speaks both to mid-century and Scandinavian design.
Damasko DC 56 $1,860 - Featuring an ice-hardened German-made steel case that is highly scratch-resistant, inner anti-magnetic cage to protect the move, patented crown and pusher systems, and a modified Valjoux 7750 movement, the DC 56 is one of the toughest and best-priced pilot’s chronographs out there.
Yema Flygraf $2,049 - An exotic take on the pilot’s chronograph, the Flygraf is a replica of a Yema design from the 70’s down to the text on the dial. Understated yet aggressive in appearance, the Flygraf has a unique plate on the dial that creates the effect of having four sub-dials.
Hamilton Intra-matic Chrono $2,195 - Everyone loves a Panda Chrono and the Hamilton Intra-matic, with its 40mm case, black tachymeter and six o’clock date is one of the nicest. Based on a late 60’s design, the Intra-matic is a modern take on an iconic watch with a bold, masculine appearance.
Zodiac x Andy Mann Super Sea Wolf 68 LE $2,295 - Created in collaboration with National Geographic photographer, diver and conservationist Andy Mann, this highly limited version of the Sea Wolf 68 features several unique design details. Most notably is the dial gradient, which simulates how light breaks through shallow water and the shark dorsal fin at 12, speaking to Andy’s work.
Junghans Meister Telemeter $2,295 - Dress chronos are hard to come by, and this is a prime example. Styled after watches from the 30’s the Meister Telemeter is elegantly finished and features one of the most captivating dials you’ll see. Great for those who like vintage but want more of a modern presence.
Vortic Springfield $2,495 - Wearing a Vortic is like wearing a piece of American history. With a dial and movement salvaged from nearly 100 year-old Illinois pocket watches, you have a true artifact on your wrist. But, it’s not all antique, as the case is made from bronzed 3D-printed titanium, allowing a lightweight and wearable watch.