One for our US-based readers — After a two-year Covid hiatus, the District Time Watch Show in Washington, DC is back!
District Time Watch Show Returns to Washington, DC
This free and public event will take place On March 5-6, 2022 at the District Architecture Center, 421 7th Street NW, Washington, DC. from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Organized by Loren Sciurba of The Time Bum watch review site and Bill McDowell of McDowell Time watches, District Time will feature a wide variety of watches, the majority of which are only available online or in a handful of boutiques. The show provides a rare opportunity for buyers to try these unique pieces, chat with brand owners and designers, and be among the first to see their latest releases. Watches will be available for sale as well and a few lucky people will go home with one of several prize watches
and accessories, including a unique piece created just for the show by Bespoke Watch Projects. As in previous years, the show will be held at the District Architecture Center in D.C.’s bustling Penn Quarter neighbourhood. There is ample public parking in the area and it is less than a block from the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro station.
List of Exhibitors
Participating brands are listed below and more are likely to be added.
• AboutTime and iW Magazines
• Axia Time
• Bespoke Watch Products
• Choice Cuts Industries
• Draco London
• Eagle Pen Co.
• Little Treasury Jewelers
• Maryland Watch Works
• McDowell Time
• Ocean Crawler
• Ollech & Wajs
• Swiss Watch Co.
• Towson Watch Co.
• Tsao Baltimore
This will be Bill and Loren’s fifth D.C. watch show and the first since the pandemic. “We hated to postpone,” says Loren, “but would not host until we knew we could do so safely and responsibly.” As such, there will be ample space between exhibitors’ displays and the show will follow all D.C. public health protocols, including requiring masks and proof of vaccination if required.
District Time Watch Show – Find Out More
If you love watches, or if you just want to learn a little more about them, you won’t want to miss District Time. See TheTimeBum.com for more information and updates.