Dan Henry, notable vintage watch collector, founded his eponymous brand to offer an enthusiast’s eye for details and vintage styling in extremely affordable packages, the latest of which is a collaboration piece with Worn & Wound. The new limited edition takes Dan Henry’s popular “1970” collection of super-compressor-diver-style watches and tweaks the design, resulting in a solid automatic watch offered at a palatable $290.
The Dan Henry 1970 has thus far been offered in different color schemes and in 44mm and 40mm cases. The standard 40mm versions are sold out on Dan Henry’s own website, so many people will likely be excited about the 40mm case chosen for the Worn & Wound edition, which is water-resistant to 200m. For this iteration, Worn & Wound took inspiration from the Enicar Sherpa-Ops dive watch and its black-and-orange color scheme.
With a domed, sapphire-coated mineral crystal on top and a Seiko NH35A automatic movement inside, the Dan Henry x Worn & Wound 1970 is available in bare steel or black PVD-coated steel. Announced today, it’s limited to 150 pieces per version (300 total) and is available from Worn & Wound’s WindUp Watch Shop.
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