Marlin Hand Wound - Wind Up Watch

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  • Marlin Hand Wound - Wind Up Watch

    The Marlin Hand-Wound has earned commercial and critical success over the years—not to mention a new audience of watch enthusiasts who adore the reissue of a true mechanical watch. At the time of its original release, this handsome, hand-wound watch offered superior functionality as well as clean, modern design aesthetics. Its step into the cultural spotlight proved that mechanical watch wearers of the era no longer had to choose between function and form. They could have both.

    In the years since, the evolution of this beloved, hand-wound watch has brought classic design to the contemporary consumer, solidifying the notion that nothing “keeps on ticking” like a Timex. Being a hand-wound watch (also called manual-wind watch or wind-up watch), the Marlin Hand-Wound must be wound daily to prevent the movement from stopping. Simply wind the watch until you feel resistance on the crown and remember to repeat this action every day to prevent the watch from stopping. The elegant dials and timeless, domed crystal connect today’s Marlin Hand-Wound watches to their ‘60s predecessor, a timepiece that—after over a half-century—has yet to go out of style.