Welcome to the Windup Watch Shop!
Thanks for stopping by. Here you’ll find a carefully curated selection of watches, watch accessories, clocks, home goods, and more.
Through operating Worn & Wound for over a decade, we’ve handled or reviewed thousands of watches and related products and have developed a strong understanding of what makes a unique and quality product. We’ve also been designing and making our own watches and accessories throughout the past 10 years. As a result, we feel we’re in a great position to help guide customers looking for their next watch or watch-related purchase.
In the Windup Watch Shop, you’ll find an array of exciting, innovative brands offering products that appeal to a wide variety of customers and styles. Our watch catalogue offers dress watches, divers, chronographs and more from some of our favorite brands, both young and old. Our accessories include straps, strap-changing tools, travel cases, watch boxes, winders, clocks, calendars, and a whole lot more. At the Windup Watch Shop, there’s something for everyone.
As CEO, Blake oversees all new ventures and strategic partnerships. In addition, Blake oversees the growth and operation of the Windup Watch Fair. Prior to co-founding Worn & Wound and the Windup Watch Shop, Blake worked in nonprofit management.
With an education in the arts and design and several years of experience as the co-founder and editor of Worn & Wound, Zach brings a passion for watches, photography and branding to Windup. As the Creative Director of the Windup Watch Shop and Fair, Zach spends his time creating and overseeing the media and content associated with the brand.
James brings to the Windup Watch Shop over ten years of corporate marketing and product management experience. James has worked in the computer, automotive, lighting and irrigation spaces developing consumer and commercial products. At Windup James manages our brand relations, customer service and product development.
A watch collector and enthusiast from youth, Christa has written for Hodinkee and worked at Vesper & Co. and Analog/Shift. As Warehouse Manager of the Windup Watch Shop, Christa oversees the fulfillment of orders as well as shipping and receiving.
A New York City transplant from Texas, Peter’s background is in publishing and customer service. In his free time he writes fiction and roleplaying games. Peter packs up orders and assists with all things shipping.
Cassie is a photographer who has her roots in Shanghai, China. With a background in business, she is now focusing her work in the creative field. Her subject matter ranges from still life to portraiture. She is currently shooting products for Windup Watch shop and editorials for Worn & Wound.
Quentin is a native of Milwaukee, WI, with over 10 years of digital marketing experience under his belt. As the Digital Media Manager for Worn & Wound and Windup Watch Shop, Quentin oversees all social and email activity. Quentin is passionate about travel, photography, and streetwear. On the days he isn’t wearing his trusted Apple Watch you’ll catch Quentin with a G-Shock on his wrist.
Patrick is tickled pink to share his love of watches with W&W viewers. As a videographer, editor, and collector of watches, running media production for the brand is a match made in heaven. Having condensed a rather large collection down to ‘just’ five watches, he’s currently on the hunt for the elusive Sea Nymph… By Paul Portinoux.
Aisy is a lover of adventure and technology whose passion for experiencing new things and places brought her to the US from her home Country, Nigeria. Loves to dance to unwind and willing to teach you 1 or 2 dance steps. With a background in e-commerce and sales, she now coordinates Windup Watch E-commerce shop and assists with Product development
Kat is a watch collector, photographer, and Nashville native. As the Media Production Manager for Worn & Wound, she’ll be using her expertise in the field to oversee all photography, podcast, and video production. You’ll almost never find Kat without a camera in hand but when she’s not shooting, she’s traveling or watching The Office for the hundredth time.