Last year, we introduced the Timex x Worn & Wound WW75 limited editions—a retro-styled collaboration celebrated for its ‘70s-inspired design and hand-wound mechanical movement. This year, we're thrilled to unveil the Timex x Worn & Wound WW75 V2.

Maintaining the iconic, barrel-shaped 37mm stainless-steel case, this timepiece boasts stout lugs, polished bevels, and a captivating domed acrylic crystal. The small crown at three ensures easy winding, a crucial element for the nostalgic mechanical movement within.

As a premier hub for watch enthusiasts, Worn & Wound's decision to feature a hand-wound mechanical movement was driven by their belief that daily winding becomes a time-honored ritual, connecting a wearer to their timepiece.

While the case remains unchanged, the Timex x Worn & Wound WW75 V2 introduces two fresh color palettes. Blues take center stage in one version—a light center encircled by a dark blue ring, complemented by pink and teal accents. The other version features a subtle pale pink center, contrasted by white borders and energized by teal minute markers and hands.


A waffle texture fills the center of the dial, bringing a mid-century charm that plays off the sleek case. We’ve also added rotating numerals, dimensional indices, and colorful hands that keep things casual and cool.

To top it off, we've paired it with a stainless-steel mesh bracelet that elevates the sophistication and versatility of the design, complete with quick-release spring bars that allow for a seamless customization experience.




For more collaboration pieces, check out our Co_Labs page!

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