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Keep track of your favorite timepieces, while ensuring one automatic watch is always running smoothly. Featuring space at the top to store three watches up to 44mm W each, the winder is created with a programmable function that can be adjusted to clockwise, counterclockwise or bidirectional rotations. Wrapped in the pebbled leather-like exterior, the wood case includes a lock and key.

Crafted with recessed hinges and lock, below the tempered glass cover is a glossy Macassar ebony wood faceplate. The digital backlit LCD display with easy-to-use control knobs will stay lit for 20 seconds after you stop utilizing the control knobs or buttons. The drum design accommodates larger watches up to 60mm W, while the patent-pending cuff system "locks" the watch into place, preventing it from sliding off while rotating. Polished silver-tone accents enhance the sophisticated look.

  • Measurements: 7.5"W x 7.75"D x 8.75"H
  • Weight: 7 pounds
  • Warranty: Two year limited warranty provided by vendor
  • About the Winder
    Simulating the movement of wearing the watch on your wrist, you can set the rotation of each slot to one of 57 different options in increments of 50 - from 300 to 1,200 rotations - doubling the turns per day if you choose bidirectional. Keeping the focus on reliability, the bidirectional setting allows the mainspring to release the stored energy while using a nominal amount of energy to do so. You can delay the rotation start in 6 hour increments - up to 72 hours - and the screen provides a countdown of remaining rotations to complete the daily cycle. The screen will stay lit for 20 seconds after you stop utilizing the control knobs or buttons. A green light indicates normal rotator operation, while a red light alerts you to low battery power or a problem with the drum rotation. The winder runs on the included 3.3 volt AC adapter or your own D alkaline or lithium batteries.

    About WOLF
    For over 180 years, WOLF has been crafting sophisticated cases to protect meaningful treasures. German silversmith Philipp Wolf I created the company when he discovered that his silver pieces sold more when presented in beautiful boxes. As he began selling more boxes than silver, he refocused his designs. The family tradition continues today, updated with the newest technologies and innovative designs.