Modern mechanical watches have a built-in automatic winding mechanism, so your watch gets wound while you are wearing it on your wrist. A fully reacted spring is capable of supporting the normal operation of a wristwatch for 2-3 days. If you do not wear your watch every day, you should wind it 2-3 times per week. With an automatic watch winder you will be able to assign this task to your new device.
Just place your watch into the rotor and set up the winding program. Automatic watch winder will keep your watch ready to go at any time. For more information on automatic watch winders and the principles of their operation, see the Watch Winders FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page.
There is a wide selection of different watch winders for a single watch in the watch-winder.store catalog. Inexpensive models made of plastic and represented in bright colors are more suitable for modern interiors. Models with a wood grain finish imitating primary timber look better suit for classical interiors. Automatic watch winders with a wood grain finish make less noise during the operation. Therefore, if you plan to place it in your bedroom, it is better to choose a device of this type.
If at present you have only one mechanical watch, but later your collection is to be expanded, then you should think about buying an automatic watch winder for 2 or 3 watches. You may also be interested in the Fancy Brick series. These items can be installed either on a dedicated stand or directly on top of each other. When used together, the Brick series devices can be powered from one power supply (AC). One power supply can power up to 8 Fancy Brick watch winders.