Small watch winder for single watch - Ebony Wood
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Extend the Life of Your Watch
It’s necessary to store mechanical watches in watch winder for winding to keep the mechanical gears of your watch lubricated, which can extend the watch lifespan and make watch work accurately.
The internal motor adopts a closed design which can separate it from watches so that watches can not be magnetized and influence the time.
Easy to Operate—Just One Key to Open
Rotate 1 minutes Clockwise. Rest for 8 minutes .
Rotate 1 minutes Counter-Clockwise. Rest for 8 minutes.
The watch winder is made of high quality ebony wood, which is very environmental-friendly, corrosion and moth resistant, while the pillow is made of leather which is soft and can protect watch well.
This watch winder uses high quality Japanese upgraded Mabuchi motor which is a well-known brand to make precision motors. These motors control noise under 10db that even though you put it in your bedroom it can also offer you an extremely quiet experience.
Dual Power Supply
The watch winder is powered by 100-240v AC Adapter(included) or 2 x 1.5v battery(not included). 2 kinds of power supply are convenience for you when you are on business trip.
The watch winder surface is made through many processes of painting which makes it more beautiful, bright and smooth.
Material: Ebony wood box/PU pillow/Acrylic panel
Package Includes: 1*watch winder, 1* adapter, 1* manual, 1* a piece of cloth for wiping
1. We have 18-months warranty and friendly customer service.
2. Please make sure that your watch is fixed well on the pillow.
- Interior colour/Black
- LCD Display/No
- LED Lightning/No
- Motor type/Japanese
- Overwind Protection/No
- Power Supply/Adapter + Battery
- Sleep Mode/No
- Small watch winder for single watch - Ebony Wood
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