Following the success of their New York event last fall, our friends over at Worn & Wound are launching their next fantastic event, the Windup Watch Fair in San Francisco. The fair and shopping event will be taking place once more in the Bay Area, from April 22 to 24, and will feature an array of fantastic watch brands and timepieces.
The event follows Windup’s successful New York City event that took place last fall, bringing the Fair once more to California for the first time in three years. Like Worn & Wound and the online Windup Watch Shop — which operates year-round and is the true host of the fair — it will be an enthusiast-driven event featuring great conversations and stylish yet purposeful watches.
As in previous years, Windup will bring watch enthusiasts and newcomers together in an approachable, casual setting, with an eclectic assortment of over 40 brands on display, many geared toward the entry-level price point of the market. The lineup will include well-established industry leaders, exciting new watchmakers, and everything in between, with the free-to-the-public, three-day event poised to offer a rare opportunity to see all of them at once, in the metal.
As in previous Windup Watch Fairs, Oris will return as the lead sponsor for the event, fresh off a very busy and successful start to their 2022 which has included novelties like the ProPilot x Calibre 400, Sixty-Five Chronos Edition, and Big Crown X Cervo Volante, among many others. Additionally, Bespoke Watch Projects, Brew Watches, Christopher Ward, G-SHOCK, Minase, Norqain, Vertex, and Zodiac will join as other key sponsors, each also set to present their latest. Other notable brands include Baltic, Hamilton, Oak & Oscar, Vortic Watch Company, and many more.
511 Harrison St., Terra Gallery, San Francisco, CA 94105
Friday, April 22: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Saturday, April 23: 11:00am – 7:00pm
Sunday, April 24: 12:00pm – 5:00pm
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