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Waratah Watch Winder Box for 1 Watch in Black


Waratah Watch Winder Box for 1 Watch in Black

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This automatic watch winder box keeps your automatic watches wound and ready to wear. This box has the capacity for one watch on a winding rotor.

  • Dimensions: 24 x 16 x 17.5cm OR 9.4 x 6.3 x 7.1in (LxWxH)
  • Control the winding programs using the knobs
  • Door Lock: prevents unwanted access
  • Super quiet Premium Japanese Motor
  • Clockwise, Counterclockwise or Alternating
  • High Gloss Piano finish
  • Material: High-quality timber
  • Exterior: Black
  • Interior: Carbon fibre
  • Power supply: 2 x C batteries or using the included AC/DC adaptor
  • Watches are not included
  • The wrist size of the watch cushion is 18.5cm - 22cm
  • Cushion size: 75 x 66 x 35 mm

With the new model, the watch winder comes with two separate knobs. These knobs allow you to independently adjust the Turns Per Day (TPD) and direction settings for the watch, offering you unparalleled customization. (Please see the video attached for the new model of the Waratah Watch Winder)

Available TPD options: 650, 750, 950, 1000, 1400 TPD

Our winder cushions are designed to fit 95% of watch sizes.

If you find your watch too small to fit, you could try leaving the clasp open. If you find your watch too large to fit comfortably, use fabric/foam inserts to pad the back of the watch.

Please note: If your watch doesn't wind itself from wrist motion, it cannot be wound by an automatic watch winder. Watch winders are not compatible with Seiko Kinetic Watches because their watch mechanism is different from the traditional one.

A watch winder is a device with an electrical motor that will automatically wind your watch when you are not wearing it. Automatic watches have a limited power reserve, so if you stop wearing them and winding them up, they will run down in two or three days. The reserve depends on the watch brand and on the movement (calibre) used. When your timepiece stops, you must reset the time and wind up your watch. If it has additional functions (like date, moon-phase display, perpetual calendar), resetting them may take a lot of time and require certain skills. With an automatic watch winder, you can keep your timepiece