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Wolf Designs 2.0 Heritage Single Watch Winder with Storage Compartment 4501-027

Availability: Out of stock
SKU: WD-4501027
Delivery date: 1-2 days

$251.00 (56%)
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The 2.0 makes an ideal companion for self-winding watches because it simulates the wrist action, rotating the timepiece as if it were being worn and keeping it wound and ready to wear at a moment’s notice. It provides 600 rotations per day on an intermittent basis within a six-hour time span, which is followed by an 18-hour ‘sleep’ phase. This allows the mainspring an opportunity to release its stored energy with a nominal amount of energy being spent, keeping the focus on reliability. This unit features clockwise, counterclockwise or bi-directional rotation with the option of a 12-hour start delay. The 2.0 Single Watch Winder features supple leather and shiny chrome hardware, and operates on either AC power or D-cell batteries.

- Patented rotation programs- Intermittent rotation with pause and sleep phases pre-programmed
- Storage for two watches
- Chrome latch closure
- Glass front door
- Drum size: 71mm deep and 77mm wide
- 10 second or 12 hour start delay
- Turns per Day (TPD): 600
- Operates on 3.3V AC Power Adapter (included) or D-cell batteries
- Rotation Options: Clockwise, Counter-clockwise or Bi-directional
Products specifications
Manufacturer Item WD-4501027
Brand Wolf Designs

The Wolf Designs legacy begins like the Deutsche Marchensrasse (Fairytale Road) in Hanau, Germany in 1834. It was in Hanau that Philip Wolf I, a silversmith by trade, began to produce leather-covered presentation cases for his silver products. In 1836, Philip was selling more presentation and jewelry boxes than silver so he moved away from making silver and concentrated on honing his skills making leather boxes. His business continued to grow as many local silver and goldsmiths discovered that their products held greater value when offered in a case made by Philip Wolf.

Wolf Designs pioneered numerous techniques never seen before by the industry, further cementing Wolf Designs' reputation as a maker of fine products.