Watch Winder Collection
IFLW Watch Winders
- Playful and fashionable
- Keep your precious watches wound
- Easy and simple to operate
- Movement is smooth, precise and silent
- 2-year warranty
Is It Necessary to Have a Watch Winder?
Automatic watches are intended to be worn, not stored in a drawer. When the watch is not "exercised," the lubricants used for these complex watch mechanisms tend to migrate away from critical surfaces, resulting in a loss of accuracy.
A properly designed winder keeps unworn watches lubricated and ready to wear. It also saves the owner the trouble of resetting or adjusting their watch after periods of inactivity.
Keep Your Automatic Watches Wound
A watch winder is an electronic device that keeps automatic watches wound when not in use. If you intend to remove your watch for more than 24 hours, It can assist you in keeping your watch on time.
An automatic watch that is inactive for an extended period of time, similar to a car left in a garage, can cause stress on the movement.
It is determined by the watch movement and other watch functions known as "complications" (date, day, moon-phase, etc.). Most automatic watches will operate for 42 to 60 hours before stopping.