William Wood’s 9/11 Time for Heroes watches sell out within a month


On the eve of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, William Wood Watches has revealed that it has sold all 100 watches it made to raise money for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation in New York.

The sell-out means William Wood is donating $10,000 donation to the Foundation.


The donation will go towards the Foundation’s mortgage-free homes scheme that provides the families of fallen service men and women with mortgage-free homes around America.

An online auction is still running for one of the 9/11 Time for Heroes watches. 

Bidding started at £3,606 and is currently up to £15,126.


British watch business William Wood is one of the star brands at this year’s WATCHPRO Salon, a showcase of prestige watchmakers and a chance to meet fellow collectors and enthusiasts.

The two-day event takes place from November 12 to 13 at The Londoner, a brand new 5-star hotel on London’s Leicester Square. There are special sessions for press and retailers.

Confirmed exhibitors include: BALL Watch ‧ Bonhams ‧ British Horological Institute ‧ Christopher Ward ‧ DOXA ‧ Grand Seiko ‧ Junghans ‧ Laurent Ferrier ‧ Maurice Lacroix ‧ Michel Herbelin ‧ Parmigiani Fleurier ‧ Pequignet ‧ Perrelet ‧ Scatola del Tempo ‧ Schofield ‧ Sinn ‧ Swiss Kubik ‧ Tribus ‧ Victorinox ‧ Voutilainen ‧ WOLF ‧ William Wood Watches ‧ Zeitwinkel

Click here for WATCHPRO Salon ticket information.

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