If you haven’t heard of wristlet watch you’re not alone. Believed to be one of the first official standards for a military issue watch, the wristlet is basically a pocket watch affixed to a strap so it can be worn on the wrist. It’s also know as a trench watch. The significance of this achievement was nothing short of revolutionary because, well, it started an horological revolution. Shortly after, wristwatches were everywhere. DoughBoy Watch Company got their hands on some of these watches are restored them to their former glory. From 1900s Elgins, to 1940s Omegas, to 1920s Hamiltons, DoughBoy has a whole collection of silver and gold pieces on black and brown bands that aren’t just mechanically sound and beautiful, they’re historical.